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It takes sheer determination to climb Mount Kailash in Tibet.
LOS ANGELES (Xinhua): Disney's California Adventure Park was alive on Friday (Jan 17) with fat red lanterns with decorative gold tassels waggling from the parapets, festive red banners fluttering from the lampposts, Chinese-themed tablecloths sporting an Asian-style Mickey Mouse silhouette, and even a magnificent display of Chinese fireworks.
Get a stylish headstart in the New Year in traditional designs with a contemporary update.
Douyin is the hottest short video app in China, and its massive popularity has translated to advertising income for some of its users. The Post’s Tracy Qu attended a two-day workshop that promised to teach participants how to get rich by posting videos.
Hong Kong continues to open its doors and welcome all visitors to its shores with the latest Hong Kong is On campaign.
SHANGHAI: An estimated US$19.05bil of foreign capital entered Shanghai in 2019, a new high in the city's history, the municipal government said Friday (Jan 10).
Can Renren, ‘China’s Facebook’ from the dotcom era, win back its millennial audience with nostalgia?
Once widely used by students, Renren fell out of favour in the smartphone era as mobile-focused apps such as WeChat and Weibo became more popular. It has launched its first mobile social networking app, hoping to win this demographic back.
It's an important time of year for the villagers of Yongchun county, a mountainous area of southeastern Fujian province that supplies much of the world's incense.
SHANGHAI: Re-enactments of some of the world’s most famous paintings, from Girl with a Pearl Earring by Dutch master Johannes Vermeer to a self-portrait by Vincent Van Gogh recently went viral on social media.