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Handcrafted Kiwi Pinots, a welcome alternative

Handcrafted Kiwi Pinots, a welcome alternative

ISACS is the founder and CEO of EnjoyGourmet, a leading gourmet digital (www.enjoygourmet.com.cn) and print media company in China. He has authored over a dozen wine and food books including the awarded ...

John H. Isacs | September 21, 2017, Thursday


Handmade noodles: 4,000 years in the making

Handmade noodles: 4,000 years in the making

TO most Chinese people, noodles are the one staple that’s considered a necessity of life. The oldest trace of Chinese noodles was a 4,000-year-old find unearthed at the Lajia archeological site in northwestern ...

Li Anlan | September 21, 2017, Thursday

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Young experts reflect on why China holds dear to them

Young experts reflect on why China holds dear to them

A group of 30 scholars from 29 countries and regions were in Shanghai earlier this month for the Visiting Program for Young Sinologists organized by China’s Ministry of Culture. Some of the participants ...

Lu Feiran | September 23, 2017, Saturday


Sustainable development in Chongming charms scholars

Sustainable development in Chongming charms scholars

YURY Kulintsev (Russia) Researcher on Northeast Asian strategic issues, Institute of Far Eastern Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences   The trip to Chongming Island was one of the most exciting experiences ...

September 23, 2017, Saturday


New museums to open in Shanghai, cementing their place in culture

New museums to open in Shanghai, cementing their place in culture

EDITOR’S note: Andy Boreham comes from New Zealand’s capital city, Wellington, and has lived in China, off and on, for the past five years. He has a master’s degree in Chinese culture and language from ...

Andy Boreham | September 23, 2017, Saturday


Taking on the men in kitchen

Taking on the men in kitchen

YAN huiqin IS credited for breaking the century-long dominance of male executive chefs in Chinese kitchen. “My dad said my smile will help me convince my shifu (master) to become the first female apprentice ...

Ruby Gao | September 23, 2017, Saturday


Restoring color to China’s terracotta warriors

Restoring color to China’s terracotta warriors

FOUR minutes. Just four minutes are all it takes for the rarest colors on Earth to fade in front of a pair of human eyes. Han blue and Han purple, also called Chinese blue and Chinese purple, are made ...

September 23, 2017, Saturday


An expat story in song

An expat story in song

AMERICAN singer and songwriter Paul Meredith’s passion for cross-cultural exchange through music has taken him before audiences of all ages in China and the United States. The Michigan farm boy has performed ...

Xu Qin | September 23, 2017, Saturday


Age no barrier for dream-chasing artist

Age no barrier for dream-chasing artist

CHEN jialing, AT the age of 80, is still chasing many dreams. His solo exhibition of ink-wash paintings and calligraphy work, along with a series of art derivatives varying from silk scarves to furniture, ...

Wang Jie | September 23, 2017, Saturday


Festive traditions mark Autumn Equinox

Festive traditions mark Autumn Equinox

EQUINOX occurs twice in a year, usually in March and September. Day and night are evenly split on that day. Vernal Equinox occurs in mid-March while Autumn Equinox, or qiufen, usually happens around ...

Zhang Qian | September 23, 2017, Saturday


 

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