The removing of the two-term limit for China’s president has sparked a wide-ranging debate regarding the nationality and foreign assets of its leaders.
Already by the end of the Spring and Autumn Period of Chinese history, the eating habits of the Chinese people were deeply influenced by terminology and etiquette from Confucianism.
Scientists in China have aligned fragments of bamboo with Chinese calligraphic writing on it to recreate a mathematical device used 2,300 years ago, making it the world’s oldest known decimal multiplication table.
The talented Zhang Jiuling suffered setbacks while creating lasting works of governance, civil engineering, and poetry, but he never suffered fools.
Posters began appearing at several colleges this week seeming to protest the recent proposal in Beijing that would let China’s ruler, Xi Jinping, serve indefinitely.
The idiom “honey in the mouth, dagger in the stomach” means having a sweet tongue, but a malicious heart. It literally translates to “covering a hidden dagger with sweet words or a smile,” and is often used to by Chinese…
Renowned calligrapher Wang Xizhi (王羲之), known as the Sage of Calligraphy in China, lived during the Jin Dynasty (A.D. 265-420) and had seven children, among whom his youngest son, Wang Xianzhi (王獻之), was also a distinguished calligrapher.
A couple sends out lit candles on Houhai Lake to make wishes during the Double-Seven, or Qixi Festival, in Beijing, China. The Double-Seven Festival falls on the seventh night of the seventh lunar month.
With the popularization of the Internet, free WiFi is available in many public places worldwide. Recently, it was reported that a man in China lost 6,000 yuan (approximately US$950) from his bank account after connecting to a public WiFi network…
Houyi was said to be a god that came to the human world during the time of the pre-historic Emperor Yao. At that time, there were ten suns that rose at the same time over the sky, scorching the earth…