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Icons: China's Cultural Heroes

Cao Wenxuan, a famous Chinese children’s fiction writer, took the Hans Christian Andersen Award at the 53rd Bologna Children’s Book Fair in Italy in 2016...


Top 10 Foreign Stars On Chinese Minds

In early 2016, the South Korean television drama Descendants of the Sun was broadcast in China through an online streaming service at the same time as it was shown in South Korea...


Pioneers: Pushing Boundaries

Chinese astronaut Jing Haipeng and his crew mate Chen Dong returned to Earth safely on November 18 after more than a month in space...


Top 10 Technological Advancements Of 2016

Science and technology have always been the primary drivers of human progress. Looking back at 2016...


2017 Outlook: Dawn of AI

In 2016, artificial intelligence (AI) began to profoundly change human life. Clearly, the trend will continue through 2017...


Top 10 Chinese Keywords Of 2016

Since the end of 2015, the Central Economic Work Conference has overseen supply-side structural reforms such as cutting overcapacity...


Ten Lifestyle Trends Of 2016

Last year brought a heavy increase in the popularity of mobile transactions. Cash in wallets has been replaced by WeChat Pay, Alipay and China UnionPay...


2016: Dark Horses Rise in Chinese Film

By the end of 2016, the atmosphere in Chinese cinemas had changed drastically. It felt like China’s film market and theater-goers had both matured and diversified...


Reading China: Top 10 Chinese Books Of 2016

Author Ge Fei is a famous contemporary Chinese writer and professor of Chinese literature at Tsinghua University. Through recounting stories of ordinary people from Zhaocun Village in southern China...


Documentary Photography: Recording China

Since photography was first introduced to China, attitudes towards the practice have evolved from those of family photos to ID photo, studio photography, and finally news photography.


Guizhou: Big Green Data

People often describe Guizhou Province in southwestern China as a place with “80 percent mountains, 10 percent water and 10 percent flat land,”...


Zhejiang’s Economic Restructuring

Zhejiang Province is considered not only a cradle of the market economy in China, but also a major flagship for the country’s economic restructuring.


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