Kim Leng studies Chinese language, hoping to bring his home country and China even closer together
Village Life In Snowy Jilin
China’s icy northeast relies on winter tourism as a source of growth.
Mount Tai’s king of clay
When most people come across a patch of mud as they climb up Shandong province’s Mount Tai, all they see is mud. But to Xuan Xudong, that clod of earth represents a kaleidoscope of artistic possibilities.
Do Chinese people celebrate Western Valentine’s Day? | ChinaFacts
All you need to know about the Valentine’s Day in China!
Lantern Festival brings in the New Year | What’s Up China
Last Saturday Chinese people all over the world celebrated yuanxiaojie (元宵节), the Lantern Festival. A lanern fair was held in Beijing.
China’s untiring retirees
Rather than being hidden behind closed doors in anonymous apartment blocks, China’s elderly population are at the lifeblood of urban street life.
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