Blog Category - Chinese Culture
Not everyone has the time to fly over and queue up at the world-renowned Louvre Museum in Paris.
It’s almost Lunar New Year, and many of you are clearing out for warmer and, dare we say it, more salubrious latitudes.
In Beijing we're no strangers to things masquerading as the real deal; there have been ...
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The Gaokao is going back to the past in a bid to force a generation of emoji users to embrace their Classical Chinese roots.
If you're among the cynics irked by the lingering fixation on superstitions in Chinese culture, then this is by no means your lucky day.
This year there will be a further reduction
Some people will do anything for a free meal, even if that means waiting in line outside in Beijing in the middle of January for nothing more than
Have you been told that you don't understand Chinese culture? Likewise, have you been called a shǎbī?
This post was reposted from smalltownlaowai.com.
While Beijingers claim a history dating back to 1045 BC, it would be more accurate to say that the past 3,000 years have seen a number of cities r
While we waste time thumbing through selfies and memes on our moments, or visiting clickbait sites or staring at neverending cat gifs, we could in
Wokipedia is a regular magazine column in which we introduce aspects of