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Colours of China

Just call Zhang Jian, the Hydra

The infamous Chinese national may have been arrested, but many more schemes like his will pop up until the real culprits are tackled.

Colours of China

Busting fraud and sexual abuse

The authorities are taking action after the deaths of young graduates tricked by Ponzi scams, and recent reports about molested children and women.

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Disturbing pix highlight major problem

AT a busy railway station in China, travellers were walking up and down the aisles and many others were sitting on benches while waiting for their trains.

Colours of China

Mind games at the Winter Games?

Supporters are pushing for the centuries-old mahjong to be demonstrated in Beijing in 2022.

Colours of China

Finding love in the twilight years

Whether single, widowed or divorced, many Chinese senior citizens have not given up on finding their first or second life partner.

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Dancing through the city squares

In China, elderly dance enthusiasts are claiming these public spaces to keep fit and to socialise

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Coping with the dog days of summer

The Chinese have a range of methods to beat the sweltering heat of ‘San Fu Tian’.

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Carless in China

With no ‘four-wheeler leg’, it’s time to try out the various public transport options.

Colours of China

You’ll never walk alone in Beijing

When facing the hazards of the capital’s traffic, at least there’s safety in numbers.

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Daring, curious or foolhardy?

It’s hard to understand the motivation for some of the extreme stunts carried out by the Chinese, but they certainly make the headlines.

Colours of China

When a hush falls upon Beijing

For a few days, students sitting for gaokao are treated like princes and princesses.

Colours of China

The forbidden subject at Chinese varsities

Many students see nothing wrong with dating and falling in love but parents and college administrations are trying to thwart these budding romances.

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