The Los Angeles Times’ Julie Makinen reports apparent growth in the seizure of books and...
by Josh Rudolph | Jan 12, 2015
Xinjiang government news portal Tianshan Net reported [Chinese] that police shot and killed six...
by Samuel Wade | Jul 15, 2011
Shanghai Daily reports an ingenious but foiled scheme to boost prices of domestically-made furniture: taking it through customs and immediately “reimporting” it, so it can be sold as premium, imported goods. Some...
by Xiao Qiang | Feb 18, 2010
The following photos are from Netease.com.cn: In the early morning of Feb. 18, 2010, a large crowd of tourists came in to the Guiyuan Temple (归元寺), Wuhan to light incense as part of a ceremony to worship the “Money...
by Sophie Beach | Oct 28, 2009
Danwei introduces and translates an article from Southern Weekly about a professor suing the Guangzhou Customs Office over the seizure of books he was bringing back from Hong Kong: Most of the books that Feng Chongyi had...
by Sophia Cao | Apr 6, 2007
From China.org: A grand ritual, the largest since 1949, was held in China’s Shaanxi Province yesterday to commemorate the Yellow Emperor, believed by many to be the ancestor of modern Chinese people. …The Yellow Emperor, known as Huang Di (ÈªÑÂ∏ù), who lived more than 4,000 years ago, is believed to be a great sovereign and […]
by Sophia Cao | Dec 18, 2006
From CRI via China.org: Zhuazhou(ÊäìÂë®) is regarded as one of the most important customs on a child’s first birthday. When a family has a child, the family members want to know what the child will be when he or she grows up. Parents place an assortment of articles in front of their child to choose […]
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