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Americans cash in on Chinese language skills
Olson, from Texas in the United States, began learning Chinese at age 18 at Bard College in New York City.
Chinese Kung Fu festival draws crowd in Nigeria
​Heavy rains did not deter huge crowds from gathering in Lagos, Nigeria's economic hub for the maiden edition of Chinese Kung Fu Festival on Saturday.
Documentary uncovers Macao's culinary melting pot
Chen Xiaoqing, the chief and director of the first two seasons of the food documentary "A Bite of China", is selecting free-range chickens in Beijing.
Documentaries add sparkle to country's film industry
​With the unexpected success of "Twenty Two," which topped the global documentary box-office charts in 2017, Chinese producers who make such films are on a roll.
Cambodian royal ballet dazzles in Beijing
With a giant LED screen presenting a panoramic view of the mysterious Angkor Wat and Cambodia's natural scenery, dancers from the Royal Ballet of Cambodia appeared onstage in Beijing on Saturday.
China's silent bakery
​Full of customers at breakfast, the bakery Luo Ya'nan works at is exceptionally quiet except for the clack of high heels and click of the cash register.
Tai Chi brings 'balanced' life to 93-year-old woman
Doreen Hynd, a passionate and energetic woman who lives in the United States, said she attributes her vigor to a lifetime love of and persistent practice of Tai Chi Chuan.
Black List creator offers shortcut to success
Franklin Leonard's speech recalling the dramatic birth of The Black List quickly captured the attention of the Chinese audience.
UN celebrates 9th Chinese Language Day
United Nations marked ninth Chinese Language Day at headquarters in New York.
Beijing film festival's crown jewel
"The Stormy Night" was brought back to life at the Beijing International Film Festival after it was lost in history for nearly a century.
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