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The Beauty of Chinese Classical Music: Part I
Chinese classical music is not frivolous or simply enjoyable - it is the essence of sublimation.
Scars & Stars - The Greatest Chinese Contemporary Art
Those most stricken who survived the Cultural Revolution still walk among us now.
Those who would understand China’s split national personality must start with the color red.
Beijing: Illusive Moments
The Polish are to photography what the Filipinos are to music, disproportionately talented beyond all reason.
Never Mind Waldo - Here's Liu Bolin
Maybe if Liu Bolin were photo-shopping his work, then the future McDonald's manager would have a point.
Hu Ming's Army
People are the only resource that matter, China. Half our resources are underutilized – put it that way.
Waist-Drumming, A New Year Ritual
Northern Shanxi manages to remain as close to the earth and skin of the teeth as when it served as terminus to the Long March.
Kunqu Cliff Notes
Valuable takeaways of Kunqu’s most famous works, for whatever few pieces of insight into the Chinese soul that Kungfu Panda missed.
China Expat Book Now Available Free on iPad
China Expat’s highly popular recent book is now available for free download on your iPad!
Saving Vase in China
Ancient of lineage, exquisitely crafted, antique Chinese porcelain glows with character that the most whimsical, rebellious contemporary Chinese artist is hard put to rival.
Shanghai's Art Festival: Much Needed Humanities
Up next, a Broadway musical in which everyone gets their money back from the Wall Street bagmen and Capitol Hill quislings.