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Why Is Cycling Still Popular in China?

China has long been known as the world’s center for bicycles. According to a publication by the Earth Policy Institute, although there has been a rapid multiplication of cars in China over the past few decades, the bicycle remains an…

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A Humble Chinese Worker’s Contribution to America

In the prestigious Columbia University, the department of East Asian Studies, there is a post for special studies of Chinese culture and Han teachings called the “Dean Lung Professorship,” which…

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Why Is Cycling Still Popular in China?

China has long been known as the world’s center for bicycles. According to a publication by the Earth Policy Institute, although there has been a rapid multiplication of cars in…

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Author Pearl S. Buck’s China

Pearl Buck was a baby when her parents relocated to China. What she babbled was Chinese; what she experienced were Chinese customs and lifestyles. She was so attached to traditional…

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What Led a School Boy to Fabricate a Crime Scene

“The dog ate my homework” is an English expression purported to be a favorite excuse made by schoolchildren explaining their failure to turn in an assignment on time. However, this…

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Why China Needs to Play Nice

Last week saw the Trump Administration soften its public stance on China. After months of an openly hostile approach, President Trump changed his stance and acquiesced to Chinese President Xi…

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When Chinese Were Banned From the U.S.

On January 27, 2017, President Donald Trump signed an executive order barring the entry of foreign nationals from seven Muslim-majority countries — Syria, Iran, Sudan, Libya, Somalia, Yemen, and Iraq…

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Father Found Selling His Son to Buy a New Car

It was recently reported that a man in Linyi City, China, was facing criminal charges for trafficking his own child. The man told arresting officers that he was selling his…