Culture

A first class of Chinese Idioms: Reading is always beneficial // To dot the eyes of the painted dragon (to add the finishing touch) // High mountains and flowing water ...

Yanis was willing to forsake the comfort of living in the city in order to learn martial arts from a master at Shaolin Temple.
The Hakka Tulou

The preservation of Chinese traditional residence is in fact a memory and interpretation of the history. Adapted to the local climate and geographical features, Chinese traditional residences vary in style ...
This is not a street mischief-maker but an artist engaged in performance art. Zhang tries to express the relationships between people through his art.

The 798 Art Zone is a kaleidoscope of China’s contemporary artistic life, with the fusion of traditional and modern elements. We visit the district with Zhang Zhaohui, one of the ...

In Chinese paintings, from the very beginning, there has been no concept of realistic space and artists tend to express conceptually with lines. This shows that Chinese artists have long ...

The meaning of "yangsheng" (regimen) is to lengthen one’s life by maintaining and nourishing one’s body. Chinese regimen tells us how to maintain our body by following principles of traditional ...

Peking opera is actually a hybrid of many regional Chinese operas emerged 200 years ago, that became hugely popular. As it has incorporated elements from a broad spectrum of other ...

Chinese marriage's models and people’s outlooks on romance have gone through many changes. It was in the 1990s that young people finally won the freedom to love in the fullest ...
Confucius

What is Confucianism? What is the core value of his philosophies? Chen Lai, Dean of the Academy of Chinese Learning at Tsinghua University, answer this question in his lecture in ...

Amy Grubb started dancing at the age of four. After graduation at Royal Ballet School, she joined the Hong Kong Ballet and became a professional ballerina.

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