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Drew Arellano and Iya Villania pose with Conan Altatis at the
Iya Villania has message to moms with postpartum depression, hosts ‘Home Foodie’ Season 3 with Drew Arellano

Iya Villania, 30, is returning as host of “Home Foodie.” During the blog conference for the third season of the cooking show, I got to talk to her about a topic that is not commonly discussed, postpartum depression.

With its expansion to a
Palace Museum Treasures Up for Sale

More than being impressed with the history and craftsmanship of Palace Museum treasures, guests can now take a piece of Chinese history home, according to a report by Today Online.

A staff member paints the Graffiti Wall during TNT Animal Kingdom at SXSW 2017 on March 11, 2017 in Austin, Texas.
Global Street Art Festival Comes to Aberdeen

Around the world we celebrate different kinds of festivals, wherein some are common and are also being celebrated in other countries while others have their own distinct festival they are celebrating.

Pupils Perform Peking Opera in Beijing
Jin Opera Group: Staunch Guardians of Chinese Culture and Art

Chinese opera performers from the Jin Opera troupe dreamt of a financially stable life when they joined the group. Government policies, however, put a stopper on that dream. Still, these dedicated performers give their all to promote and defend traditional culture, according to an article by AFP.

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One Belt, One Road trade route
China-Ukrainian Cultural Exchange Week Opens

The Sino-Ukrainian cultural exchange week dubbed “One Belt, One Road” opened in Kiev last Monday, April 24, according to an article by Xinhua.

Mexico City locals will be able to get acquainted with Chinese culture and history through the newly opened Chinese Library.
Mexico’s First Chinese Library to Promote Cultural Exchange

To help promote cultural exchange in the country, Mexico opened its first China-themed library on Monday, April 24, Xinhua reported.

The narrow streets are filled with vendors selling breakfast snacks from small stalls.
Beijing's 'Hutong' Homes, Used To Be Grand a Century Back, Now Maze-Like, Cramped, Have Lost Appeal to Affluent Residents

Courtyard houses, or hutong, in Beijing are popular among the city poor because of the low rent compared to modern apartments. The streets run abuzz with vendors of all kinds. The historical houses and these people form a scene that is bound to remain in the future because the city government pushes for the preservation of these traditional Chinese houses.

People visit Zhongshuge bookshop in Hangzhou, capital of East China's Zhejiang Province, April 21, 2017.
Innovative Bookshop Attracts Children in East China's Hangzhou

In Hangzhou, East China, a bookshop named Zhongshuge is attracting attention by incorporating the idea of an amusement park. Books are held by shelves designed as roller coasters, hot air balloons and a merry-go-round, among others. It's an instant hit among children and their parents.

Many Chinese are staying away from fast food and exploring global cuisine instead.
Niche Restaurants Spice Up Beijing Food Culture as More Chinese Turn Down Fast Food

There are more niche restaurants popping up in the busy Bejing city landscape, widening people’s knowledge of global cuisine.

Hillary Clinton is the wife of United States' 42nd president Bill Clinton while Barack Obama is the 44th U.S. president.
This is Hillary Clinton’s favorite meme, and it’s probably yours too

2017 has been very generous so far in terms of memes. So far, we already have Salt Bae, Cash Me Ousside and the Blinking Guy, to name a few. Former US presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton already has a favorite, and it’s neither of these. Instead, she went for one that pokes fun at the GOP.

The Luo Zhongli Art Museum, spanning about 23,000 kilometers, had its outside wall of tiles painted with real artworks.
Chongqing Does It Again: Art Museum's Advanced New Design Beckons Visitors

Luo Zhongli Art Museum is a high-grade art museum located at the University Town Campus at the Sichuan Fine Arts Institute.

Harbin, located hundreds of kilometers near the China-Russia border, is often called as the Ice City.
Rediscovering Harbin’s Polish Heritage

Back in the 19th and 20th century, the northeastern city of Harbin welcomed large numbers of Polish immigrants, according to an article by Xinhua News Agency. To remember this oft-forgotten heritage, an exhibition was recently held in the Central Library of the West Pomeranian Province in Szczecin, Poland.

The Tea Drunk harvests tea from mountains in China.
Chinese Tea Culture Flourishes in New York City

Despite originating in the eighth century, an ancient tea-drinking culture is making its way in the present day, in a sit-down cafe at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, a report from China Daily recounts.

Considered as one of China’s greatest treasures, the terracotta warriors would not have been discovered if not for two farmers who found terracotta pottery in a site outside Xi’an.
Terracotta Warriors Exhibit Will Open in Seattle for the First Time

Widely regarded as one of the world’s biggest and grandest archaeological finds, the terracotta warriors of Emperor Qin have found their way to the Pacific Science Center in Seattle, according to an article by SeattlePi.com.

A painting of Jack Ma was sold at Sotheby's Hong Kong.
Painting of Jack Ma Sells for HK$4.3 Million at Sotheby’s Hong Kong

A painting inspired by a picture of Jack Ma was sold at Sotheby’s Hong Kong for HK$4.3 million.

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