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Chinese society has an increasing number of single people. (Image:  pexels /  CC0 1.0)

220 Million Chinese Are Single

In the past, Chinese people appreciated the traditional family concept of having children and enjoying the happiness of a family reunion. In today’s society faced with the rapid growth of an aging population, an increasing number of single people, and…

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A Broken Mirror Joined Together Again

The Chinese idiom, “a broken mirror joined together again,” expresses the idea of a couple being reconciled or reunited after a period of separation. It has its origins from a…

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220 Million Chinese Are Single

In the past, Chinese people appreciated the traditional family concept of having children and enjoying the happiness of a family reunion. In today’s society faced with the rapid growth of…

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The Value of a Kind Heart

In Eastern China in the state of Lu, there was a high ranking officer named Meng Sun. One day, Meng Sun took his entourage into the mountains to go hunting,…

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Even Overseas, China Keeping Close Track on Uyghurs

A set of classified Chinese documents released by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) has revealed that Beijing keeps track of Uyghurs even when they reside in other countries.…

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Japanese Shrines Vandalized by Pro-China Forces

In many Shinto and Buddhist shrines, you’ll find racks of ema, small wooden boards that are decorated with beautiful illustrations. When people visit these shrines, they write down their wishes…