Time for Tea: Why Not Drink Your Way to Better Health?December 30, 2014Many people, especially Chinese, consider tea to be the essence of Chinese culture. In addition to its rich cultural implications, Chinese tea culture, given the great benefits of ...
25 Years and Counting! --- Spring Bud Project Helps Impoverished Girls Return to SchoolDecember 26, 2014The Spring Bud Project was launched in 1989; since then, it has undergone significant development and, more importantly, it has had immeasurable effects on the lives of many girls ...
'Long-life Lock' Wards Off Evil Spirits, Extends Wishes of Good LuckDecember 1, 2014For hundreds of years, people in many regions of China have held to the tradition of giving a "long-life lock" to a newborn.
A Taste of China in CanadaNovember 21, 2014Guo Hongchen, a young Chinese woman who is running a milk tea shop in Canada, bought the small shop last year after she graduated from university.
East of EthiopiaNovember 20, 2014Felegehiwot B. Tesfu, wife of Berhe Seyoum Mesfin, the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia's ambassador to China, has visited many beautiful places in China during the past 13 ...
Evergreen's Founder Teaching Chinese Children about Environmental ProtectionNovember 19, 2014Lin Yue founded Evergreen, with the goals of providing better ecological education to Chinese children and improving the public's awareness of environmental protection.
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