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Young Kenyan gets share of China's internet celebrity economy

"Why do Chinese people love instant noodles? We would not eat such food in Kenya because it is so long that we have to cut it with scissors." Ruth, a 22-year-old woman from Nairobi, Kenya, gave this comment in a food review video starring her.


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    Newsstands: an irreversible decline?

    As the popularity of digital devices transforms the reading habits of Chinese people, the struggle of print media filters all the way from the shiny headquarters of once-dominant news organizations to non-descript newsstands tucked away on street corners.

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    Hainan delivers cultural vitality through pottery

    Hainan, a province famous for its tropical scenery and tourism, actually possesses a vast reservoir of crafts and folk arts. Now, it is striving to tap its cultural vitality through pottery.

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Importance of cultural development

The rejuvenation of the Chinese nation does not mean pursuing economic development alone, but also advancing its cultural development.

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