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Wang Shu: Chinese Should Inhabit Their Own Cultural Spaces

Born in Urumqi, northwestern China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region in 1963, Wang Shu often jokes that he is merely an “amateur architect” with...

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Yu Hua: Writing for His Life

Born in 1960 in Hangzhou, Yu Hua is easily one of the most influential contemporary Chinese writers...

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Jack Ma: From Hangzhou to the World

Hangzhou native Jack Ma is undoubtedly one of the biggest stars and successful entrepreneurs of China’s internet.

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Hangzhou: A Tradition of Innovation

On November 16, 2015, Chinese President Xi Jinping declared at the G20 Summit in Antalya, Turkey, that China’s Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province...

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G20 Hangzhou: Huddling for Warmth

A popular Chinese expression advises to “huddle together to keep warm” to better utilize body heat to warm each other during a chilly winter...

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G20 to Upgrade Trade

Hangzhou in China’s Zhejiang Province will host the 2016 G20 Summit in September. Since December 1, 2015, when China assumed the rotating presidency of the group...

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China Welcomes the World at the G20 Hangzhou Summit

Against the current global economic situation, hosting the upcoming G20 Hangzhou Summit presents an important opportunity for China to...

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G20 and Global Economics

Ever since the 2009 Pittsburgh Summit designated the Group of 20 (G20) as the premier forum for international economic cooperation...

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Laba Zhaxi (1990 - ) Tibetan Culture Meets Contemporary Dance

Laba Zhaxi, from the Tibetan ethnic group, is a dancer and choreographer born in Lhasa.

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Dekyi Yangzom (1989 - ) A Dedicated Civil Servant

Residents of Boidoi Village consider Dekyi Yangzom their "Ajiao" ("sweetest, most reliable person").

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Tinga (1974 - ) Thangka Innovator

Tibetan people produce abundant cultural and artistic works sated with ethnic flavor, and thangkas are clearly some of the most popular examples.

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Phurbu Tsering (1962 - ) Wetland Protector

Spanning 12.2 square kilometers in area, Lalu Wetland in Lhasa, Tibet, is the largest, highest urban natural wetland in the world.

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