Blog Category - Chinese Culture
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If you don't know who Lu Han is, you're not alone.
Just because you’ve been to one Beijing museum, definitely doesn’t mean you’ve seen them all.
China was never closed to the world.
Beicology is a regular column about environmentalism, conservation and
While Fangjia Hutong's bar and restaurant owners expected today to be the day that the red bricks took up unnecessary space blocking their windows
Learning Mandarin is indeed a difficult task for us adults.
Two issues dominate Beijing's headlines like no others: the capital's record-breaking pollution levels, and its rapidly rising rental rates.
Even though Joe Wong has had plenty of success in the notoriously tough American standup scene, when he returned home his wife scoffed at how soft
Even though your belly is growling, one glance at the grey skies outside is often enough to make your skin crawl and your eyes weep.
An angry backlash has erupted after claims that Chinese Internet users attach secret meanings to emojis in order to disguise their contempt of oth
For all you Beijingers who hate the clutter of Mobikes, Ofos, and Bluegogos currently littering the sidewalks, here's some promising news.
It’s that time of the year again!
Even though he's performed for TV audiences of 1 billion, Mark Rowswell's first bit of big exposure outside of China's borders left him flustered