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Li vows to enhance amity between China, Thailand

BANGKOK — Chinese Premier Li Keqiang pledged here on Saturday to pass down the traditional “familial affection” between his country and Thailand from generation to generation. China and Thailand have been close in terms of culture and people-to-people exchange, and the people of the two...

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Capital to smoke out faulty kitchens

Comments Print Mail Large Medium SmallBeijing’s crackdown on air pollution has a new target: kitchens. The Chinese capital, which just endured possibly the worst smog in months earlier this week, launched a three-month campaign against restaurant kitchen exhausts, the Beijing Environmental Protection Bureau announced on...

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Mo Yan’s Nobel win brings village a change of plot

  Tourists visit the set of a TV series based on Red Sorghum Clan, one of Mo Yan’s novels, in Gaomi, Shandong province, during the National Day holiday.[WANG HAIBIN / FOR CHINA DAILY] Chinese people had never paid more attention to the annual Nobel literature...

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Crab industry feels the pinch in frugal times

  People enjoy steamed hairy crabs at a restaurant in Suzhou of Jiangsu province, China. [File photo] Holiday season used to be boom time for gift companies inChina, but the country’s frugality campaign has meant many have found it tough this time around. In the...

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China warns of consequences if Abe visits shrine

China has warned that Japan will cause more damage to bilateral ties if its Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe, follows recent encouragement and visits the controversial Yasukuni Shrine in October. “Currently, China-Japan relations are encountering severe difficulties. If Japan stirs up new provocations on the Yasukuni...

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Walk the talk

His publication on Chinese folk culture and arts won Time magazine’s “Best of Asia” award. He is also the person who categorized and named the Chinese knot, among others. Sun Yuanqing speaks to Huang Yung-sung in Ningbo, Zhejiang province about his motivation to preserve Chinese...

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Always in bloom

Zhao Shuxian, 59, may be the most carefree “gardener” in the country. At his 20-square-meter “garden” tucked away in a century-old residence in Nanjing, Jiangsu province, plum blossoms appear together with lotus, peonies and lilies all year around, be it the cold, snowy winter or...

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Wushu spirit

The owner of one of China’s top martial arts schools tells Chen Nan why the school is guided by the legacy of the legendary Huo Yuanjia, whose life remains an inspiration for young practitioners of the ancient skill. In the final scene of the movie, Fearless,...

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Scaling new heights

Pole dancing is often associated with strip clubs and pornography, but a group of passionate dancers are hoping a new performance will prove to people that it requires as much artistic skill and athleticism as more conventional forms of dance. Chen Nan reports. Wearing white...

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Calendar: The Flowers of War

 

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