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Foreign diplomats and overseas reporters visit Beijing's Pinggu District
Nearly 100 foreign diplomats and overseas reporters visited Beijing's Pinggu District on May 3, 2013.
Expats get growing for garden competition
A family garden competition, themed "Bring green gardens into daily life," was launched at the Liangmaqiao Diplomatic Residence Compound in Beijing's Chaoyang District on May 4, 2013.
Grandson of Nixon retraces 1972's visit to China
Richard Nixon's grandson has retraced the former U.S. President's historic 1972 trip to China by taking an entourage to the Great Wall.
Hollande visits Palace Museum in Beijing
Int'l school students learn Peking Opera
Students from an international school in Beijing participated in a public education activity named "the charm of Sheng, Dan, Jing, Chou in Peking Opera" on Thursday.
The Beijing Improv Comedy Festival: Saying 'Yes'
Each improv team will strut its stuff, blasting through the most bizarre and unlikely scenarios that moderators and audiences can throw at them.
Experiencing Beijing with a taste of Chinese folk music
Nearly 140 expats in Beijing, including foreign diplomats and international students, enjoyed traditional Chinese folk music in late March at the concert hall of the China Conservatory.
Gary Locke plants friendship trees
US Ambassador to China Gary Locke visited Reignwood Pine Valley in Changping district, Beijing, and planted trees signifying Sino-American friendship there on March 29.
Lisa Carducci: My China Dream
I came to China out of "curiosity," but more than my curiosity was satisfied; I received much more than I gave, and my efforts were honored by China's Friendship Award in 2001, and again by a permanent residence permit in China.
Welshman famous in China by singing 'red 'songs
According to the BBC Chinese website on March 25, 30- year –old British singer Iain Inglis has found fame in China by singing communist revolutionary songs.
Aida Yang: African wife in China
This love at first sight unveiled when the Sierra Leone girl met with Yang Yan, a 58-year-old Chinese painter two years ago when Yang Yan traveled to Aida's hometown Freetown, Sierra Leone.
Tai Chi: For the body, soul and China's culture
Professor Wang Xiaojun gave a lecture on Tai Chi Monday in Beijing, the first in a new series promoting traditional Chinese culture.
Expats on the loose in Beijing
A group of foreigners gathered over the weekend to speak about their new anthology. Jules Quartly finds out why they think China is the new land of opportunity.
Foreigners learn from Lei Feng
Dozens of foreigners serve as volunteers across Sanlitun, giving people the help they need.
Sharing hopes and dreams for China
My dream as a foreign expert in China is to make a small but positive contribution to the success of the country.
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