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What’s Going on Here, a Caravan of Consecutively-Numbered, Blacked-Out SUV’s Carrying Chinese People from Louisiana?

TweetPhotographer James Corrigan is wondering what’s going on here out in the west si-ide: I aint never seen this. The left side means Californy and the right side means public something or other? IDK. But I’ll find out, soon ‘nough. (Maybe it’s a race to see who can buy more houses in the Sunset?)

12 Tips To Lose Weight Faster With The Real Chinese Diet

Many people have often associated the Chinese with good food. This common perception is well founded based on the Chinese... The post 12 Tips To Lose Weight Faster With The Real Chinese Diet appeared first on Lifehack.

China Navigates the Trilemma (and Slowing Growth)

Benn Steil and Emma Smith at the Council on Foreign Relations present an interesting picture of Chinese reserves. They write: The People’s Bank of China has been selling off foreign currency reserves at a prodigious rate to keep the RMB stable. At $3.2 trillion, China’s reserves still seem enormous. But they are down $760 billion […]

Best Chinese Super League XI includes ex Chelsea & Arsenal players [L’Equipe]

The Chinese football revolution has captured many people’s imaginations over the past few weeks in world football. All of a sudden, the Chinese Super League appears to have become relevant concern as clubs have spent huge sums of money acquiring big named players from European sides. Whilst most of the players wouldn’t be considered tier one […]

Liberia to Receive Preferential Flag Status with Respect to Chinese Tonnage Dues

Pursuant to the Maritime Transport Agreement signed between the Republic of Liberia and the People’s Republic of China on 3 November 2015, Liberia will be added

I Crashed the Wedding of an Elite Chinese Couple

I tagged along to the over-the-top wedding of a wealthy couple in Shanghai, where there was a surplus of delicious food at a banquet for more than 500 people, quasi-sadistic party games, and endless entertainment.

Can the Chinese Super League Really Become a Destination for Football's Best?

Not so long ago, football was essentially outlawed in China. Team sports in general were pretty much banned as gatherings of more than 10 people were prohibited by the country’s Communist government. Football in the country has comeShow More Summary

Great Job, Internet!: Celebrate Chinese New Year with 540 dancing robots

Yesterday was Chinese New Year, which meant that, among other things, China’s state broadcaster CCTV, aired its annual New Year’s Gala. With an average viewership of around 700 million people, the gala is kind of China’s equivalent to the Super Bowl. Show More Summary

Rabindranath Tagore, In A New Translation, Is Too Sexy For China

“‘Most Chinese grew up thinking Tagore was mild and romantic, all stars, gardens and flowers,’ Mr. Feng said in a recent interview in his Beijing studio. ‘So with my translation, many people felt like their Tagore, the Tagore from their childhood textbooks, had been challenged.'”

How to Celebrate Lunar New Year in China

Every year, 332 million Chinese people migrate home just in time for the Lunar New Year festivities. For the first time in my life, I was one of them.

‘Daredevil’ Season 2 Teaser: The Punisher is Here to Interrupt Your Chinese New Year

Today marks the start of the Chinese New Year, so you know what that means: a new Daredevil season 2 teaser! Well, that’s seemingly what went through the heads of the marketing people at Netflix, who decided that cross-section of people...Show More Summary

Lunar New Year kicks off at Chinatown temple

5 days agoHealth : Booster Shots

Thousands of people young and old gathered Sunday night at the Thien Hau Temple in Los Angeles' Chinatown in celebration of the Chinese New Year. The Lunar New Year in 2016 marks the Year of the Monkey on the Chinese calendar. (Photos by Barbara Davidson, video by Myung J. Chun / Los Angeles Times)

LOOK: Chinese New Year celebrations from around the world

5 days agoChina / Shanghai : Shanghaiist

Dragons in London, Monkey Kings in New York, it appears that more people outside of China than just Mark Zuckerberg and David Cameron like to celebrate Chinese New Year. [ more › ]

Chinese celebrations ring in the Year of the Monkey

Chinese and others around Asia flocked to temples and fairs to pray for good health and fortune on Monday, the first day of the Lunar New Year. In Beijing, hundreds of thousands of people visited traditional fairs held in parks, as well as Buddhist and Taoist temples offering singing and dance...

Pope Remains Silent on Religious Freedom in His First Interview on China

In his first interview on China, Pope Francis urged the world not to fear the communist country's fast rise and sent Chinese New Year's greetings to the Chinese people and President Xi Jinping, but didn't raise the issue of religious restrictions.

What Super Bowl halftime show? Check out 540 dancing robots celebrate Chinese New Year

Creating a huge spectacle with actual living people, that's easy. China's CCTV broadcaster, on the other hand, employed 540 robots and 29 drones for the finale of its Chinese New Year gala show, and the result is pretty majestic SetShow More Summary

CCTV’s New Year Gala Draws Critique: More Monkey, Less Propaganda

Every year, more than 700 million Chinese people turn on their televisions to watch the state broadcaster usher in the Lunar New Year with comedy sketches, star performances and disturbingly flexible acrobats. This year, many Chinese viewers say the program put them to sleep.

10 things you need to know in markets today

Good morning! Here's what you need to know in markets on Monday. Chinese foreign currency reserves fell by $99 billion in January. On Sunday, the People's Bank of China reported that the country now has just $3.23 trillion left in its foreign reserves, the lowest level since May 2012. Show More Summary

China finally releases report on Tianjin blasts, estimates $1 billion loss, targets 123 people for punishment

Just in time for the whole country to shut down for the long Chinese New Year holiday, China has finally released its official report on what exactly went so wrong in August 2015 that resulted in massive chemical explosions at a warehouse in Tianjin killing 165 people and injuring 798. [ more › ]

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