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Ttongsul: Waste Not Want Not

Ttongsul: Waste Not Want Not

Ttongsul is the name of a medicinal wine, which is prepared traditionally in Korea. Ttongsul is also popularly known as the feces wine. Feces are the main ingredient used to prepare this medicinal wine that makes it unique from all other wines. Though it is called a traditional wine of Korea, its existence and use […]

Story Of The Pipa

Story Of The Pipa

The roots of music go as deep as time in our history. Pipa is a musical instrument that originated in ancient times. It is a lute with four strings, which is played with a plucking movement. It is believed to have descended from instruments in Western and Central parts of Asia. It reached China through old trade […]

Tibet Could Be the Opportunity Xi Jinping Needs

Tibet Could Be the Opportunity Xi Jinping Needs

The political and economical drama from China are stirring the international silence. People and the leaders from countries like the US and EU are fretting over the question of the security of both business and men. The world is witnessing how the expression of Tibet in writing and speech is troubling the people and leading […]

Rowena Xiaoqing He’s Tiananmen Exiles: Voices or the Struggle for Democracy in China stirring the hearts and minds of today

Rowena Xiaoqing He’s Tiananmen Exiles: Voices or the Struggle for Democracy in China stirring the hearts and minds of today

China presents itself in a more questionable state as the first hand memories of a regretted day comes back to life with the release of Rowena Xiaoqing He’s Tiananmen Exiles: Voices or the Struggle for Democracy in China. Seen from the seventy years old eyes of a Chinese national living in the present where the […]

China’s Presidential Elections Pull U.S. Back into Taiwan Issue

China’s Presidential Elections Pull U.S. Back into Taiwan Issue

The United States will be further drawn into the Taiwan issue in the wake of President XI Jinping’s summit with President Barack Obama, according to Richard C. Bush III, Director of the Center for East Asia Policy Studies. China is preparing for January’s presidential and legislative elections. Leading in the polls is Tsai Ing-wen pose […]

Blame Being Used By China

Blame Being Used By China

The stock markets in China continue to swing wildly as it saw a drop by whopping 30% by early July even when it had climbed to a seven year high just a month before. Ever since this happened, there were rumors that top firms like Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs and likewise were mainly to be […]

Apple’s App Store Attacked by XcodeGhost Malware in China

Apple’s App Store Attacked by XcodeGhost Malware in China

Apple says it’s working with developers to remove malicious code which they were tricked into downloading to build versions of commonly-used iOS apps in China. The malware, dubbed XcodeGhost, allows hackers to steal information from users who’ve downloaded the infected apps. That data is then sent to servers under the hackers’ control. Targets of the […]

The Cold War Rages- US- China At Loggerheads!

The Cold War Rages- US- China At Loggerheads!

On September 3rd, huge celebrations took place in Beijing which marked the 70th anniversary of China’s freedom from Japan’s aggression. There had been a lot of international diplomacy during the Second World War and one can find its profound impact in nearly all walks of history. The US left the allied side which was anti-fascist […]

The First Opium War

The First Opium War

On September 5th, 1839 the first Opium War started when China attempted to stop Britain from smuggling opium into the country. Smuggling opium into the country was a way for the British to sell their wares to gain the silver that China required for trade, as they had no interest in British goods. British merchants […]

85 Percent of Forbidden City to Open By 2020

85 Percent of Forbidden City to Open By 2020

600 years after it was established as an imperial palace, Beijing’s legendary Forbidden City will open more of its space to the public by 2020. 85 percent of the city will be open for visitors to walk through, according to Shan Jixiang, curator of the Palace Museum which is nestled in the Forbidden City. In […]

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