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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

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.

Chinese business professionals project local cultural practices in their business transactions.
5 Culture Tips to Remember When Negotiating in China

China is one of the top economies in the world, and other countries have taken note. The U.S., in particular, has already forged investment partnerships with a wide range of Chinese companies across different sectors.

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Confucius statue
Augmented Reality Resurrects Beijing’s Long-Gone City Gates

Beijing’s city gates, which have been demolished a long time ago, are now available for the viewing pleasure of many Chinese and tourists thanks to augmented reality, the Xinhua News Agency reported.

Ren Hang was a controversial artist in China who was famous for his brand of nude photography.
Ren Hang’s Death and Its Effects on Chinese Youth Culture

For years, young photographer Ren Hang played an important role in Chinese youth culture, inspiring other Chinese artists with his work. In an article by Observer, writers Josh Feola and Michael Pettis examine the effect Ren Hang’s death will have in China’s arts and culture scene.

China and New Zealand deepen cultural ties via different art exchange events.
Moonlight Gallery Brings Chinese Culture to New Zealand via Image and Imagination Exhibit

Moonlight Gallery has brought Chinese culture to New Zealand as it held an exhibition called Image and Imagination. The event was part of the Auckland Arts Festival.

Aside from earning a reputation as a culturally diverse city, Yiwu is also known as the source of a variety of products.
Yiwu’s Foreign Residents an Important Part of the City

The eastern city of Yiwu has made a name for itself in the national sphere as one of the China’s most multicultural cities. In Yiwu, visitors will find people of different cultures and ethnicities, thriving and coexisting peacefully, The Guardian reported.

Located in Derge in the Kham region, the printing lamasery dates back to the early 16th century and continues to attract throngs of pilgrims to its hallowed halls.
Buddhist Texts Kept Alive by Printing Lamasery

One of the most important Buddhist institutions in the world of Tibetan Buddhists, the Parkhang printing lamasery uses ancient ways to preserve the Tibetan language and various Buddhist texts, the New York Times reported.

Fans and practitioners fear that other countries might push for their own variations of the martial art.
Fans Clamor for Chinese Taiji to Be Recognized by UNESCO

Fans of Chinese Taiji are wondering when the martial art will be recognized and included in the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization's (UNESCO) Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity list, the Straits Times reported.

For the people who have seen them perform, Suiyuan Old Boys show that life doesn’t end once you go into retirement, and old age is not a hindrance to having fun.
Senior Citizens in Hangzhou Come Out of Retirement to Perform

Old age is not an issue for the vocal group Suiyuan Old Boys, one of the rising groups in Hangzhou, known for their lively covers of hit songs, according to an article by China Daily.

Wang, who already performed at Carnegie Hall as a chamber musician, earned her master’s degree in violin at the prestigious Yale School of Music in 2016.
Chinese Violinist Wang Jiazhi to Play at Carnegie Hall

Wang Jiazhi, a 26-year-old Chinese violinist, is scheduled to perform at the Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall on March 28, according to an article by China Daily.

Many students in China are foreign students who are referred to as third culture kids.
China’s Third Culture Kids Bear Struggles in Millennium Age

In a global age where people are citizens of the world, children who are born in a different country than their parents' place of origin are called third culture kids.

The historic Taiyuan County was first built in 1375.
600-Year-Old Historic County Being Revived Begins to Take Shape

Ancient Taiyuan County, which dates back to Ming Dynasty (A.D. 1368-1644), begins to take shape with efforts to restore relics to what they were like around 600 years ago.

A new crop of Chinese artists are making a name for themselves in the national arts and culture scene.
Young Chinese Artists Follow Art Masters’ Footsteps But with a Twist

A new crop of Chinese artists are making a name for themselves in the national arts and culture scene despite their storied background--they are the children and grandchildren of traditional Chinese art masters.

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