How do scientists learn about ‘stuff’? They blow it up.
Sugar is a favorite of many, but overusing it may cause big health issues you need to be aware of in order to make conscious decisions about your eating habits.
According to a state-run poll:
When I come across a moray eel while snorkeling or diving, I think, “Alright cool, but I better keep my distance.” This lady, Valerie Taylor thinks, “Oh lovely, that eel looks nice, I’m going to make friends with it.” Watch what…
Mandarin Chinese is one of the most widely spoken languages in the world. But the term “Mandarin” only exists in English. It has no relation to the way Chinese speakers refer to their language.
So here are 4 ways you can fool native speakers and sound more like them. It’s small details like these that can take your Chinese beyond the basics.
If you liked our story about geese beating up a photographer in Guizhou, you’ll love this one about a red-crowned crane in Jilin Province.
As Alibaba prepares to list shares on the New York Stock Exchange on Sept. 19, here are some things you should know about China’s e-commerce giant:
At one of the most prestigious music competitions in the world, a peacock butterfly interferes with a Chicago-based musician performing a demanding classical piece.
The book Yellow Emperor’s Classic of Internal Medicine was written nearly 2500 years ago in China. This book clearly states: “Anger injures the liver, joy hurts the heart, sadness weakens the lungs, worry damages the spleen, and fear wounds the kidneys.”