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November-29-2016
Little adults have lost their childhoods
Most parents send their children to modeling classes in the hope their children will find fame and fortune. But only a few of the children will stand out and make money for the family.
November-28-2016
Books describe a nation divided
Both of these books — "White Rage" and "White Trash" — offer a different "take" on people historically disdained and/or discriminated against in the United States: poor whites and Afro-Americans.
November-25-2016
Chengdu – Capital of west China
In Chengdu, according to the 2011 "UNESCO City of Gastronomy," they cook peppers with a bit of food tossed in. And the people are as fiery as their food.
November-25-2016
'China was the best experience of my life'
When the doors of the long-distance train opened, Yiqi was one of the first passengers to alight, and all my worries evaporated.
November-21-2016
Twilight of the pretty boys
It seems the "young fresh meat" phenomenon has reached a tipping point.
November-21-2016
Online video dramas out to find their niche
Once shot for commercial promotions and coupled with cheesy jokes, Chinese online video dramas now appear to be flourishing.
November-14-2016
A wish called Wanda flies into Hollywood
Wanda's entertainment move is purely commercial, and it should be seen as such.
November-3-2016
Another flick shines light on problems faced by the elderly
Hot on the heels of "A Simple Life" (2012) and "Happiness" (2016), another art-house film is portraying the aging population struggling with sickness and loneliness.
October-31-2016
Almost a one-man army
A big star in his own right, Huang Lei uses his celebrity status to organize China's fastest-growing theater festival.
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