Marion Grimm-Kirchner is an expert in silhouettes cut out of paper, a tradition born in China two millennia ago. It’s an art she teaches and excels in herself.
The Chinese government believes that it can become the top tech nation in the world sooner rather than later. Some milestones have already been met with more in sight as China looks to surpass the US, Japan and Korea.
All looked rosy on Thursday as the US and Chinese Presidents trumpeted trade deals countries supposedly worth over $250 billion between their countries. But is the striking figure quite what it seems?
The China Daily has a deal with Australian media to push its message Down Under, even as other Chinese papers call for a military strike on Australia. Is this just business as usual? Helen Clark reports from Perth.
This week more than nine million Chinese high school students sat the two-day national examination that decides who will go to the universities of their choice. Many Chinese believe this exam determines their future.
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