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XIAO Shao is the mother of a six-year-old boy. Like many young married couples in China, she and her husband have been under tremendous pressure from their parents to have another baby after the government relaxed its family planning policy and allowed couples to have a second child.
DUCK has always been featured in many of the highlights of Chinese cuisine. Every part of the fowl – from the head (including the tongue) down to the neck and all the way to the feet – can be turned into a delicacy.
THE popularity of Beijing’s famed Forbidden City has soared to new heights, thanks to two magnificent events held there as part of the Chinese New Year celebrations.
FOR more than two weeks, Chinese science fiction film The Wandering Earth has topped the country’s box-office chart. And it is still going strong.
Battling pollution and poverty on the agenda as China holds its biggest annual political meeting.
The good, the bad and the ugly emerge as China spends more to be a country of innovators.
THERE is a joke which I came across many years ago of a Chinese man who upon being fired by his company, decided to start his own business.
China is one of the best places to see sakura blooms but to the people, it reminds them of Japanese occupancy.
LAST week, the whole country mourned the death of 27 firemen and three civilians who lost their lives battling a forest fire in southwest Sichuan province.
NOT far from the foot of the magnificent Great Wall on the outskirts of Beijing, lays a new park with over 100 botanical pavilions.