People in China

Neo-Red Guards and Social Extremists

China is probably the first country in the world to develop a nationwide platform as social media where in theory everyone could express his view […]

Yang Meijun and Wild Goose Qigong

The fundamental difference between Chinese kung fu/exercise and the rest in the world is the association with qi (info energy in yin-yang dual expressions, which are the […]

Chinese Arts

The Art of War

Long before the First Emperor Qin drove his army from west in Xian to reach the east coast area and united China in 221BC, there […]

The Song of Everlasting Sorrow

The Song of Everlasting Sorrow (长恨歌) is a true story about a tragic love between a Chinese emperor and his wife Yang Yuhuai, known as one […]

Chinese Tradition

China’s Tour Guides for Dead People

Chinese character 鬼 (ghost) is traditionally used to describe two types of sentient beings: one is the beings living in the yin world (opposed to […]

Traditional Chinese Wedding

A traditional Chinese wedding process all started with the man’s family sending a matchmaker to the girl’s household for a marriage proposal. Once the verbal agreement […]

Chinese Business Today

A Short Biography of Fat Cats

A Republic: Not so long ago in a galaxy nearby, there was a planet called Mud; on the Mud there was a country titled People’s […]

Game of Hunting

Game of Hunting (猎场), China’s latest TV series, is like a cyclopedia of contemporary Chinese business culture. The story is about China’s recently emerged executive […]

Chinese Architecture

Traditional Chinese Roofs

Traditional Chinese architecture is not only as old as Chinese civilization with 5,000 years of history but unique in the world, particularly when the roof system […]

Chinese Legends

A Brief Experience of Time in Mt. Lanke

A firewood collector watching two immortals paying chess in Mt. Lanke in Zhejiang Province – a coloured ink painting by Ming Dynasty scholar, politician and artist […]

Chinese Technology

Chinese 24 Solar Terms

Traditionally, the pace of Chinese people’s life was rhythemed by the 24 Solar Terms, which divide each lunar month into 2 segments based on the sun’s movement. Chinese farmers […]

Chinese Business Tradition

Chinese Business Traditions

For thousands of years, China had been a peasant society with commercial activities consciously suppressed, which shaped China’s business traditions. But it was not always the […]

China’s Confucius Merchants

In Chinese business world, there is a word that used to be very popular and now starts to regain public attention. That is the word […]

Chinese History

The Song of Everlasting Sorrow

The Song of Everlasting Sorrow (长恨歌) is a true story about a tragic love between a Chinese emperor and his wife Yang Yuhuai, known as one […]

The Death Of A Chinese Diplomat

Mr Tan Jinyong (谭锦镛) was a proud Chinese man, because he was a kungfu master and he was a diplomat. But Mr Tan decided to […]

Chinese Food

8 Chinese Mushroom Soup Recipes

Mushrooms, whether fresh or dried, are regarded by both Taoists and Chinese herbalists as magic food, and featured prominently in Taoist’ daily menu. Mushrooms not only […]

8 Chinese Daoist Vegetable Dishes

These simple vegetable recipes are selected from 100 Taoist vegetable dishes recommended by the vice president of China Taoist Association. Asparagus Stir Fry with Sweet Potatoes Ingredients (1) […]