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Ray Dalio shares 'Principles' with China
​Ray Dalio published his new book "Principles" in China and director Ye Fei shares insights on the billionaire investor and the book in her short documentary.
The Australian Ballet to embark on ninth China visit
The Australian Ballet announced that David McAllister with the Australian Ballet will tour to Beijing, Nanjing and Shanghai in October 2018.
Li Bingbing nearly dies while shooting 'The Meg'
Chinese actress Li Bingbing revealed on Sunday in Shanghai that she nearly died while shooting the sci-fi horror film "The Meg."
Los Angelenos crazy about Chinese dumplings
Legend says that dumplings were 1st created in the Han Dynasty by a famous doctor named Zhang Zhongjing.
Chinese festival going global with dragon boats
The Dragon Boat Festival was celebrated worldwide with the specialty food Zongzi, but not necessarily a dragon boat race, both widely seen as its logos.
Children's games in ancient China
During ancient times, children came up with interesting games to play in their childhood.
Chinese TV programs find fans in Vietnam
The Chinese drama Ngo is watching, "Lost Love in Times," tells the story of a witch, Feng Qingchen, and Yuan Ling, a prince from the Western Wei dynasty.
Unique studio invites New Yorkers to strike a pose in qipao
Ashley Chui, a student of nonprofit management at Columbia University, attempts to make a difference by launching her Cara Vision, a studio devoted for fans of qipao, traditional Chinese one-piece, form-fitting dress for women, in downtown Manhattan.
How Star Wars can reconnect China
As "Solo: A Star Wars Story" opens in China, Disney faces an uphill challenge to reconnect the franchise to the audience.
Ancient art shimmers on rocks
Thinking about times when there was no electricity nor internet, art did function as most humans' entertainment. But it could also be a tool.
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