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Chinese Youth Rock to A New Beat of Optimism
If music is the pulse of a nation, the mildly punkish "I'm Made in China" performed at a recent Guangzhou concert by female rocker Ai Jing speaks volumes.
Taste of Tango for Beijing
Following hot on the heels of the Irish "River Dance"comes "Tanguera", Argentina's latest dance extravaganza to the Beijing Stage.
Scalpels and the Quest for Beauty
Beauty by a thousand cuts! The surgeon's scalpel. For one young Chinese lady, no price is too high in the quest for beauty.
Contestants of Miss World Enjoy Beijing Trip
110 contestants for this year's Miss World finals have arrived in Beijing for the last leg of their charity tour of China yesterday.
Matrix Revolutions Nears US$2.5m Since Nov. 5
Matrix Revolutions has made almost US$2.5 million in China since simultaneously opening worldwide, that Chinese promoters say has helped keep revenues from being undermined by the country's notorious counterfeiters.
Stones Just the Tonic for Hong Kong
With Hong Kong's economy still licking its wounds in the aftermath of SARS, it was only appropriate the healing hands of the Rolling Stones should wind up their mammoth Licks world tour in the city.
"Jiang Wen's Little Brother" Comes Into His Own
Xia Yu's sweatshirt emblazoned with a Burton Snowboards logo contradicts his serious demeanour. "I started snowboarding last year," he says. "I fell in love with it." The 26 year-old actor′s first love, however, is skateboarding. "I've been skateboarding since I was sixteen. I used to be pretty good, but I haven't had much time to practice since I started acting, so I'm not as good anymore." He speaks nostalgically of his days skating in his native Qingdao. "I like to skate in Wangfujing when I have time," he says, "and also at Beijing's only skatepark, Fangzhuang."
Third Matrix premier in China
Tens of thousands of moviegoers in China watched the premier of "The Matrix: Revolutions "on Wednesday night, along with Matrix fans in 80 countries and regions all over the world.
Chinese Men Like Suits
Business suits have become the top choice for Chinese men, with two of every three frequently wearing suits, the Shanghai Morning Post reported today.
Red China Prefers Black Cars Over SUVs
Rare red cars on the street while traffic jam. For automakers designing and producing vehicles for the booming Chinese market, the fastest growing in the world, local tastes are critical, including the notion that red is reserved for special occasions such as weddings.
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