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The Season to Savor Flowers

IT has been a tradition for Beijingers to grow, appreciate, and even eat flowers since ancient times. Various flowers blossom throughout the entire year from early spring and late summer to fresh autumn and midwinter.

14:41, 03-08, 2018
Panda – China’s National Treasure

THE panda is an ancient inhabitant of the earth. As early as eight million years ago, its ancestor began to live in the territory that now lies in China.

10:08, 03-08, 2018
The Traces of Chinese Porcelain in Cuba

CREATING an impermeable, light and hard article, resistant to lime and acids, capable of being used to hold food and preserving medicines was an unquestionable advancement in the history of humanity.

09:47, 03-08, 2018
Exploring the World of Polarized Light

ON July 21, 2017, the famous academic journal Physical Review Letters published a paper by a research team led by Professor Ma Hui from Tsinghua University

09:31, 03-08, 2018
More Women in China's Top Legislature

The new lineup has 742 women, accounting for 24.9 percent of the total, up 1.5 percentage points from the previous NPC.

07:33, 03-08, 2018
Preserving and Honoring Beijing’s Hutongs

BEIJING’S hutongs (胡同), an old-style city alley or lane, are one of the most distinctive features and must-see attractions in China’s capital.

15:57, 03-07, 2018
A 25-year-long Journey with China

IN 2018, my journey with China will have been over 25 years; a long journey that started as an adventure when a friend of mine suggested in late 1991 that I go to China to work for China Today, a popular magazine covering Chinese politics, culture, education, and food.

15:47, 03-07, 2018

The report to the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China put forward the 14-point basic policy that underpins the endeavors to uphold and develop socialism with Chinese characteristics in the new era. In the report,

15:44, 03-07, 2018
China's Key to Success

The CPC is earnest to learn. It sums up and imbibes good experience – especially good ideas – of all humankind, makes innovations on this basis, and arms itself with this knowledge and ideas in practice.

11:59, 03-03, 2018
Roast Duck: A Lunar New Year Specialty

RENOWNED Manchu scholar of the Qing Dynasty Zhen Jun (1857-1920) wrote about the customs and anecdotes of old Beijing in Tianzhi Ouwen

16:24, 02-24, 2018
Endangered Milu Deer Saved

MILU deer, also known as Elaphurus davidianus or Père David’s deer, has been classified under China’s first-class state protection.

15:25, 02-24, 2018
From Backwoods to a Land of Hope

I was born in a rural community in Linchuan, eastern Jiangxi Province, in 1978, the year when China’s reform and opening-up kicked in.

14:34, 02-24, 2018
Tang’ Roulou – French Designed, China Inspired

FRENCH designers currently live in Beijing, Pierre-Yves Babin and Amelie Peraud, jointly founded a children’s wear brand Tang’ Roulou.

14:19, 02-24, 2018
An Open-door School

HAN Juan is a chemistry teacher at Beijing Normal University. Aside from lectures and academic papers, she moonlights as a teacher of experimental chemistry for middle school students.

14:05, 02-24, 2018
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