The Eagle Huntress is a documentary film by Otto Bell that follows the loveable character Aisholpan, a teenage Kazakh girl from a nomadic family in Mongolia, who attempts to become the first female eagle hunter.
Shen Yun Performing Arts, which presents colorful and exhilarating performances of classical Chinese dance and music, has turned 10 this year. To celebrate, they have released a commemorative video.
Have you heard of the Moon Festival? If you’re not Chinese, you may not know what the Moon Festival is. I remember when I lived in Sydney, I received a lot of mooncakes at that time, but never really knew…
The desire for wealth has always been a moral burden for mankind. Sometimes, it can even make enemies out of friends, and people betray loved ones or society for it’s tangible benefits.
Do you know the story behind the design of the Zhongshan suit? Even the number of pockets is meaningful. Dr. Sun Yat-sen became the first president and founding father of the Republic of China after the Xinhai Revolution in 1911.
The world’s largest animal sacrifice, the “Gadhimai festival,” has now come to an end.
Nowadays, many tea drinkers know there is an important etiquette called the “finger tapping salute.”
There once was a man in ancient China who was always jealous and couldn’t stand seeing good things happen to others. Consequently, bad things started happening to him. When he stopped being jealous and started doing good deeds, however, his…
Yang Li, from the southern part of colorful Guizhou Province, has a unique skill called “leaf-vein embroidery.”
Established among the southeast mountains of Guizhou Province 700 years ago is Zhan Li Village. Residents abide by a strict set of rules that have been passed down from generation to generation.