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Foreigners try their hand at Huaiyang cuisine
CRI’s Chopsticks & Beyond cooking competition series drew to a close with some tasty Huaiyang cuisine on Sep. 29 in Beijing.
Green Cow Farm: organic produce and healthy lifestyle
Have you ever itched for an escape from city life? I happened to have the opportunity not long ago to spend one day in the outskirts of Beijing, to breathe the fresh air and get my hands dirty, on an organic farm.
In my father's footsteps
Christian Gazam-Betty's path to his life as a diplomat was many years in the making
David is quite the guy
David, a Russian boy who is currently studying at Beijing Language and Culture University (BLCU), went viral online on September 11, 2013, after his ID photo was posted on Weibo.com, China's most popular Twitter-like website.
Country Gentlemen
The three Country Gentlemen's performances prove popular with growing mixed audiences.
Long story short: Ishaveya
A Chinese platform for handcrafted yet affordable Indian design, Jahanavi B. Laag's brand Ishaveya is a bijou among new fashion forward businesses in Beijing. We bring you its story line.
Foreigners given opportunities to shine
Developing the full range of talent among foreign students, especially in the arts and entertainment, is a task that many educators are taking on.
Beijing's six best bar streets
China's vibrant metropolitan capital Beijing offers a wide range of entertainment, including bar streets which are popular among locals, expats and tourists.
African hairdresser dreams of success in China
A hairdresser from the Democratic Republic of Congo hopes to represent her country's culture in China by making African braids fashionable.
Crossing China on foot
German adventurer Christoph Rehage said his trek across China was driven by an "inner wolf." The recently published Chinese version of his book, The Longest Way, has become a best-seller.
Meeting life halfway
In Beijing, we seem so close to one another, colliding almost, and yet in some ways, we remain so distant.
A sea of beers to escape stifling heat
Beijingers will soon be able to escape the stifling summer heat at the 2013 Beijing International Beer Festival, which returns on August 15.
A long walk carnival in Beijing
Beijing sees its first-ever "Residents' Long-walk Carnival" on August 4, 2013, attracting more than 4,000 participants from home and abroad.
International vertical run debuts in Beijing
An international vertical marathon held at China World Trade Center Tower 3 in Beijing attracted more than 600 runners from home and abroad.
Top 10 tips for Westerners traveling in Beijing
Elizabeth Rabe and Kristen McAvoy, two American interns for China.org.cn, wrote their top 10 tips for westerners traveling to China after living in Beijing for 8 weeks.
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