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Wing Chun Kungfu

Practicing Wing Chun Kungfu helps Paul develop their great interest in Chinese culture. Paul has been a teacher for 20 years. He always has a warm smile. This is his first visit to Beijing and what he looks forward to ...
Chinese movies

Chinese movies have now entered the “express way” of development. In 2010, the Chinese box office revenue exceeded 10 billion yuan for the first time, an increase of 63.9% over 2009. Seven years ago, the box office income was only ...

Since the housing reforms in 1998, China’s real estate industry has entered a stage of rapid development, and housing conditions in urban areas have been greatly improved. Since 2004, however, due to changes in the land transaction methods, housing prices ...
public transport

Travel along China on public transport, by plane, train or bus, is each day a new adventure. China is a country in motion and with such huge cities with dense populations, you must figure out the best way to move ...
Cycling in China

China has joined the Automobile Age, relegating the name “Kingdom of Bicycles” to history. Over the past years, the number of motor vehicles has increased dramatically. Cars have replaced bicycles as the first choice for travel for chinese urban residents.
Chinese leisure life

Chinese leisure life has been greatly changed in two decades, from a day off per week to two-day weekend, from the week-long holiday system to the paid vacation system.
Chinese Philanthropy

Chinese philanthropy is an integral component of social assistance and public relief. Since ancient times, “Being charitable and generous” has been one of the good traditions of Chinese culture.

Beijing music festivals offer an opportunity for Chinese music lovers to get up close to their favourite musicians from abroad. The spacious venues, the tremendous atmosphere and the total immersion of music give music festivals a charm that other live ...
College students draw pictures on their T-shirts appealing for low-carbon life.

Low carbon is not just a way of life; it is also an outlook and an attitude. The progress of human civilization is enhanced when people change from excessively exploiting energy sources to improving efficiency in order to conserve those ...
NO LEFTOVERS The "Clear Your Plate" campaign in China

The term “clear your plate” appeared as a new expression in China in the last few years. It means that the food on plates is eaten up, and nothing is left. These days more and more chinese believe that when ...

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