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March-27-2017
Legacy of Chinese poetry revives
Legacy of Chinese poetry revives
The reality shows of the Chinese Poetry Conference presented in the past two years have aroused immense interest nationwide, and resulted in renewed ardor for the ancient Chinese legacy.
March-24-2017
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How Taoist ideas brought a Syrian scholar to Beijing
Beijing-based Syrian scholar Firas Sawah cites "Tao Te Ching" when asked about his romance with China. The book not only brought him here but has also played an important role in his daily life.
March-21-2017
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Welcoming back, Zixia Fairy
After being absent for 23 years, "Zixia Fairy," a classic role from Hong Kong movie "A Chinese Odyssey Part Two: Cinderella," has returned to the spotlight.
March-17-2017
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Silk's enduring legacy
Fan Yanyan is so intrigued by the Silk Road that she established her silk-scarf design studio in a Silk Road museum in Xi'an, Shaanxi province.
March-16-2017
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Carnegie Hall opportunity excites Chinese violinist
Carnegie Hall is about a 25-minute walk from Wang Jiazhi's apartment. It's a favorite place to visit for the Chinese violinist, who has watched recitals there many times.
March-15-2017
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Living and expectations
A group of young Chinese artists, who are children of traditional Chinese art masters, are following in their families' footsteps-sometimes differently-as they try to make names for themselves.
March-14-2017
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Solar spells: Awakening of Insects & Spring Equinox
Spring has always been the favorite season in China as it brings warmth and renewed vigor to the land – so let's give them a warm welcome!
March-14-2017
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Double Third Festival: A big day for Li ethnic minority
The Li ethnic minority is concentrated on Hainan Island and most of its people still live in an agrarian society.
March-13-2017
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Ammar's Silk Road dream
Ammar Albaadani, aged 39, is from a working family in Ibb in southern Yemen. He has a clear memory from his childhood of a Chinese medical team based in his hometown providing the local people with medical assistance.
March-9-2017
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China's desert warrior queen, defender of Dunhuang
If it had not been for Fan Jinshi and her team, the world cultural heritage at Dunhuang Mogao Grottoes might have long been destroyed by sand, weather or humans.
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