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October-20-2017
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China's live streaming platforms lose 1 mln users
China's live streaming industry has witnessed a drop of over one million users in the past six months.
October-12-2017
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Mongolian milk tea: The beverage of home
The culture of milk tea is strongly rooted in the life of Mongolians, hence the reason why so much value is placed on the process and materials for making milk tea.
October-12-2017
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China's new 'Four Inventions' and more
In a recent survey by the Beijing Foreign Studies University, international students were asked to name the Chinese manufactured items they most aspire to bring to their respective native countries.
October-12-2017
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West Bund: Cultural cluster on the Huangpu River
With a romantic and elegant ambience, the West Bund area in Shanghai, which once scintillated on the Maritime Silk Road, continues to thrive today.
October-12-2017
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The 60th birthday celebration: Respect for seniors
China's Korean ethnic minority, which lives in the country's northeast provinces, traditionally holds grand celebrations on the 60th birthday of family elders.
September-30-2017
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Musical theater on the rise in China
The assistant director of the Chinese adaptation of "Jekyll & Hyde" said homegrown musicals can one day catch up to Broadway.
September-30-2017
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Lee Hom Wang' new album explores impact of AI
Lee Hom Wang believes pop music can deliver more than just pure entertainment, and in his forthcoming album he explores the impact AI will have on our lives.
September-29-2017
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Chinese pop music looks for modern sky in LA
"Modern Sky Music Festival created a great opportunity for us to communicate with Chinese music fans, meanwhile we may refresh foreign people's stereotype."
September-28-2017
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For a better timbre: the art of Morin Khuur making
Cha Risu, a Mongolian craftsman, has persisted in making Morin Khuur (also known as the horsehead fiddle) for 17 years.
September-27-2017
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Wuqiao circus festival helps keep old art alive with fresh ideas
Wang Yang grew up with watching acrobatic performances and his favorite activity as a kid was doing handstands and turning somersaults.
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