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Chinese Bridge

“Chinese Bridge” —Chinese Proficiency Competition for Foreign College Students—, is more than only a competition; it is a platform for youngsters worldwide who love Chinese language and culture to communicate with and learn from each other.

An interview with Galal Walker, expert in Chinese language teaching. Walker has been committed to Chinese teaching for over 30 years, and several thousand students have been trained under his guidance and instruction. He advocates learning Chinese by means of ...
t'ai chi ch'uan

There are currently more than 120 million people practising t’ai chi worldwide, with the Chinese accounting for the vast majority. This martial art, which has been passed down for many generations, will help clear up your discomfort and awaken the ...
Chinese ancient paper

We regard Cai Lun of Eastern Han Dynasty (25 to 220) as the inventor of the papermaking technology. But ancient paper could be traced at least back to the first and second century B.C. Papermaking technology has provided an important ...

A Bite of China, a gourmet-oriented documentary, made its debut on CCTV on 2012 without any publicity campaign and has sparked heated discussion since then. Broadcast on fringe time, a hackneyed theme and numerous competitors in the time interval… All ...
chinese ink

The Chinese art style featuring simplicity and light color is rooted in an important and unique traditional Chinese painting, that is, ink and wash painting.
Mo Yan

Mo Yan, China’s 1st Nobel Laureate in Literature, has 100-odd outstanding novels and countless awards to his credit by dint of combining “hallucinatory realism with folk tales, history and contemporary life”
Sinolingua

Sinolingua was the first Chinese publisher to specialize in Chinese teaching and learning materials for foreigners, its multilingual publications cover the largest range of languages and its copyright export sales are the highest in China. An Interview with Han Hui, ...
Old Town of Lijiang

Old Town of Lijiang, a little city in Yunnan Province, is included in the UNESCO's World Heritage List. It is famous for its orderly system of waterways and bridges and the Naxi people, the main ethnic group, has retained traditions ...
Returning to home spring festival

Returning home for the Spring Festival, refers to going back to the home of your parents, the most important Chinese tradition for the past 4,000 years. In the period of just half a month, Chinese logged up nearly 3 billion ...

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