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Bronze is Gold at Baoji Museum
Just by merit of being old, things gain value. But frankly, not everyone bubbles with enthusiasm to examine fragments of pottery and arrowheads.
Caring for the Left-behind Children and Developing a Global Reputation
The Hailuogou Administration Department takes the initiative in the campaign of "Caring for Left-behind Children".
"Snow Spa" VS ᰓunny Beaches", Hailuogou Becomes New Scenic Spot in Winter and Spring
In recent years, Sanya in southern China's Hainan Province has been highly admired for its sunny beaches in winter and its popularity has been lifting travel cost.
Eating on the Streets of China

Episode 1: Douzhi    

 

Douzhi is a traditional Beijing drink made from mung beans. Like blue cheese, douzhi has a reputation for being stinky. William Wang checks out an old store on Ox Street that is famous for its douzhi. But can he handle the smelly drink? Click on the vid to find out.

JUE Music and Arts Festival: Big in Beijing
The JUE Music and Arts Festival has just completed it's seventh year. The festival focuses on an eclectic mix of art, music and community events in Beijing and Shanghai.
The Bookworm Lit Fest: Epic, as Usual
Authors who participate in The Bookworm Literature Festival (BLF) consistently say that they are amazed how a small independent bookstore can put on such an epically proportioned event.
Auspicious Luoyang
At the mention of Luoyang, everybody praises its centuries-old history of great splendor.
Baotu Spring Flow at Risk of Stopping in Jinan
The water level of the famous Baotu Spring in Jinan, east China's Shandong Province, has dropped to its alarm level of 27.60 meters (90.55 feet) over the past eight days.
World Class Circus to Shine in Luoyang
The Global City International Great Circus and its team of over one hundred foreign artists will come to perform at Luoyang᯳ Suitang Circus City on April 10.
Cinema to Reflect On at JUE Film Day
Travelers in China don't tend to hit the movie theaters, but last Saturday it was worth ducking into the Ullens Center of Contemporary Arts to dig into an exploration of music and culture.
Emilie Simon Moves Beyond Labels at Yugong Yishan
Beijing has an ever-growing reputation as an international city, and its population of French-speakers is significant.
Thousand Years Old Salt Pan in SW China
People living near the ancient salt pan located at the connection point between the southwest regions of Tibet and Yunnan, still maintain the traditional way of evaporating brine in the sun to make salt by hands.
Free Hot-air Balloon Trip for Potential House Buyers in Nanjing
Real estate developers in Nanjing, capital of east China's Jiangsu province, invite potential house buyers to take a free hot air balloon trip to see the area's surrounding scenery.
Beijing's Olympic Winter Games Bid Puts Focus on Frugality
The joint bid by Beijing and Zhangjiakou to stage the 2022 Olympic Winter Games is based on ideas of sustainability and frugality and places athletes center stage, according to the capital's mayor.
"One Belt and One Road" to Be Highlighted at Boao Forum
Chinese officials are expected to release the implementation plan for the "One Belt and One Road" initiative when the 2015 Boao Forum for Asia opens later this week.
Female Travelling Solo
A new international survey shows that solo female travel is a robust market, with nearly three-quarters of respondents saying that they either plan to travel alone this year, or have already done so in the past.
Jay Electronica Electrifies
Over the years, the good folks at JUE festival have been done an impressive job to bring in international talent to Beijing.
China Dominates Asia's Best Restaurants List
China claimed more spots than any other country in the Asia's 50 Best Restaurants awards for 2015, with 16 eateries on the list, including Shanghai's Ultraviolet by Paul Pairet at No 3.
JUE Opens with a Bang, a Blip and a Buzz
The crowd at Atou Studio was abuzz with Beijing's art and media types to kick off the JUE music and arts festival.
Tourists Visit Crescent Moon Spring by Camels
Tourists view the scenery of Crescent Moon Spring scenic area by camels in Dunhuang city.
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