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China's mind-boggling culinary expanse
We talk about Chinese food in the West as if it's a single, unified cuisine, but anyone who has visited China knows that's not the case.
Why Hollywood divorce got Chinese people talking
Actress Angelina Jolie filed for divorce from Brad Pitt on Monday. The divorce has the Chinese social media buzzing.
Slaves to humor
In 2010, Guo Degang and Cao Yunjin had a fallout. It took them six years to hang out the dirty laundry in public.
Box-office stumble of world's 2nd largest film market
Why is it that this summer holiday, traditionally the high season for cinemas, has seen poor ticket takings?
Rise of sci-fi genre gives glimpse into present, future
The surprising rise of Chinese sci-fi writers at the global stage has opened a new window for the world to catch a glimpse of China's present and, possibly, future.
Actor wrong to air dirty laundry in public
Chinese actor Wang Baoqiang announced he was getting a divorce on China's micro-blogging platform Sina Weibo on Sunday, accusing his wife of having an affair with his agent.
Soft or tough: Standard of handsome men in ancient China
Once there is an extremely popular actor or athlete, often single, he will be elevated to the altar as a "national husband."
Feeling the fun
Who would have thought that the biggest Chinese star to emerge from Rio 2016 is not one of the world's fastest or otherwise most competitive. But Fu Yuanhui is in a league of her own.
Fried-egg-with-tomato dressing style: ungraceful or fashionable?
The uniform for Chinese athletes at the opening ceremony of the Rio Summer Olympics provoked an animated discussion.
Market dictates Hollywood’s screen roles
Whether the casting is historically accurate or racially blind, Hollywood screen choices will be dictated more by market forces.
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