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Ancient town in Southern China Takes Centre Stage after being Unnoticed for a Decade

Nestled between Suzhou and Hangzhou, a small town in Jiangnan has remained obscure for ten years until now. The classy, long- lived architecture are all presented in the TV series to illustrate the charm and rich historical background of the town. This is HuZhou, a well-preserved relic from Ming Dynasty, where stories and tales have been captured and carried on for centuries. Be There, Be Part...

The Amazing Journey to Save China’s Cultural Heritage

The Forbidden City Palace Museum in Beijing, together with the National Palace Museum in Taipei, will normally receive more than 20 million visitors in...

5,000 Years of Chinese Culture: Making a Sacrifice for a Friend

When you make friends, have you ever considered the personalities of the kinds of people you get along with? Here’s a short story related...
A story of virtue and filial piety. After losing his father a young man decides to sell him self, to be able to afford his father's burial. (Image: Maxpixel, CC0 1.0)

The Descent of a Heavenly Maiden

During the Han Dynasty (202 B.C. – A.D. 220), there lived a young man by the name of Dongyong, who lost his mother when...
Kou Zhun lived a frugal life despite being a prime minister. When he once fell into indulgence, he was moved to tears and quickly changed his ways after reading a poem left by his mother before she died. (SM Yang/Epoch Times)

Rediscovering Our Innate Good Nature in the ‘Three Character Classic’

The “Three Character Classic,” or “San Zi Jing,” is the best-known classic Chinese text for children. Written by Wang Yinlian (1223–1296) during the Song...


Are you sleep deprived and energy drained from daily routines? Why not plan a relaxing holiday in the Mogan Mountains? Mogan Mountain, 60 km from Hangzhou, is 200 miles northeast of Shanghai. Surrounded by lofty bamboo trees, the central area houses stylish B&B’s which are ideal for a spring getaway. Turn off your phone and distance yourself from work and responsibilities for a little while. If you prefer a holiday rest, feel free to sit back, relax, sleep in, listen to music, read a book or clear your mind in the beautiful scenery. In September, the Mogan Mountain will become a palette of colours where a collection of red, orange and yellow leaves come together to form a vibrant, lively autumn. From: World.nzlife.nz

Why Is the Chinese Regime Afraid of Shen Yun?

Shen Yun Performing Arts is no stranger to dealing with attempts by the Chinese communist regime to shut down its performances. In the 13 years since...


If you are seeking for somewhere to clear your thoughts, the bamboo forest in Anji will be the perfect destination. Covering a total area of 60,000 hectares, a curtain of greenness stretches on infinitely. When you breathe in the fresh, cool breeze, you experience a soothing, purifying effect. As you venture deeper into the woods, you will hear the water currents in streams which eventually escalate and combine to form a powerful surge of waterfall. Continue the journey, and you will find yourself somewhere in Shangri-La, bewitched by nature’s charms. During sunrise, the Anji bamboo sea is concealed by light fog, appearing extraordinarily beautiful. Image Source: Google From: World.nzlife.nz
The best Chinese emperors all had something in common: they held the people in their hearts and treasured them as their children. (Image: Screenshot / YouTube)

What Caring Emperors Do for Their People

Opening the chapter on Chinese history, we find that all good emperors had something in common: They held the people in their hearts and...

What Do Chinese Say About the Dog Zodiac?

According to the Chinese calendar, each year is related to a Chinese zodiac animal in a 12-year cycle. The year 2018 is an Earth...