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How to Handle People Who Upset You

Born in Jiangsu Province during the Qing Dynasty, Dong Jiaozeng was very poor. One year, without any money in his pockets, he walked alone to the capital to attend the official examinations. On the way, he encountered a ship heading…

Hong Kong Extradition Laws: The Communist Checkmate

The government of Hong Kong has proposed an amendment to its Fugitive Offenders Ordinance law that would allow people accused of crimes in the city to be extradited to China, Taiwan, and Macau. Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam expects…

4 Tips for Maintaining Healthy Kidneys

According to traditional Chinese medicine, the kidneys are the foundation of life. Maintaining healthy kidneys is important for keeping the body healthy. When a kidney develops a lesion, it is impossible to discharge the nitrogen-containing waste generated by protein metabolism,…

More Than 4 Million People Visited Yellowstone National Park Last Year

Yellowstone National Park attracted over 4 million visitors in 2018, making it the 4th busiest year on record. And based on the visitor numbers from the first quarter of this year, 2019 looks promising as well.

The 4 Holy Mountains of Chinese Buddhism

Since ancient times, Buddhism has been a huge part of China, both culturally and spiritually. Four of the country’s mountains have actually been sacred grounds for the religion. These include Mount Wutai, Putuo, Emei, and Jiuhua. Here is a brief…

Young Indian Engineer Is Saving Village Ponds From Extinction

India is currently grappling with pollution of its ponds. Many experts suggested that large-scale operations with big budgets were needed to save these water sources. But the actions of Ramveer Tanwar have proved otherwise.

Australian Writer of Chinese Origin Detained in China

Chinese-Australian writer Yang Hengjun, who has been detained in China since January this year, was warned by John Garnaut, a security adviser to an Australian PM, not to travel to the communist country. Yang is known to have written extensively…

A Beautiful Tropical Island Tucked Away in China

Looking for a new Asian getaway destination during the summer? Look no further! Check out one of the largest islands in China — Hainan. Here are some of the things to know about the “Hawaii of China.”

Netherlands Leading World in Agricultural Innovation

At first glance, no one would imagine that the Netherlands, a country located close to the Arctic, would fare well in large-scale agriculture. But the country has done just that. By adopting the latest agricultural technologies, it has become a…

The Dilemma of Modern Slavery

Though many people think that slavery is a thing of the past, the harsh truth is that there are more than 40 million people in slavery in modern times as reported by The Global Slavery Index. More than 71 percent…

Olive Oil: A Super Fuel That Keeps the Heart and Brain Healthy

Unlike what many people assume, olive oil is much more than another kitchen ingredient. It has plenty of benefits, particularly for the heart. Studies also point to its power to revitalize the brain.

Greece Blocks Major Chinese Investment on Cultural Grounds

The Greek Central Archaeological Council has blocked a Chinese project in the city of Piraeus that would have damaged the historically important town. The decision is said to have put the investment project in limbo.

Russians Enraged With Chinese Project to Sip Legendary Lake Baikal Dry

When a Chinese-funded bottled water project was proposed near Lake Baikal, local Siberians were angry. They were worried that such a plant would end up ruining the pristine natural environment. Thankfully, authorities put a halt to construction of the water…

How to Handle People Who Upset You

Born in Jiangsu Province during the Qing Dynasty, Dong Jiaozeng was very poor. One year, without any money in his pockets, he walked alone to the capital to attend the…

Hong Kong Extradition Laws: The Communist Checkmate

The government of Hong Kong has proposed an amendment to its Fugitive Offenders Ordinance law that would allow people accused of crimes in the city to be extradited to China,…

4 Tips for Maintaining Healthy Kidneys

According to traditional Chinese medicine, the kidneys are the foundation of life. Maintaining healthy kidneys is important for keeping the body healthy. When a kidney develops a lesion, it is…

Drink and Get Awakened

A man went to a banquet. He was drunk at home before he went to the banquet and his face was red and flushed.

The 4 Holy Mountains of Chinese Buddhism

Since ancient times, Buddhism has been a huge part of China, both culturally and spiritually. Four of the country’s mountains have actually been sacred grounds for the religion. These include…

Australian Writer of Chinese Origin Detained in China

Chinese-Australian writer Yang Hengjun, who has been detained in China since January this year, was warned by John Garnaut, a security adviser to an Australian PM, not to travel to…

A Beautiful Tropical Island Tucked Away in China

Looking for a new Asian getaway destination during the summer? Look no further! Check out one of the largest islands in China — Hainan. Here are some of the things…

Greece Blocks Major Chinese Investment on Cultural Grounds

The Greek Central Archaeological Council has blocked a Chinese project in the city of Piraeus that would have damaged the historically important town. The decision is said to have put…

Young Indian Engineer Is Saving Village Ponds From Extinction

India is currently grappling with pollution of its ponds. Many experts suggested that large-scale operations with big budgets were needed to save these water sources. But the actions of Ramveer…

Netherlands Leading World in Agricultural Innovation

At first glance, no one would imagine that the Netherlands, a country located close to the Arctic, would fare well in large-scale agriculture. But the country has done just that.…

Google’s Continued Support of China’s Great Firewall

Google has banned virtual private network (VPN) product adverts in China because of local legal restrictions. The action, however, seems to lend credence to the rumors that Google plans on…

How to Build an Airplane

Whenever you look up at the sky, the chances are high that you see at least one airplane crossing the blue expanse. These massive passenger planes are flying 5-6 miles…

What Will Happen as AI Keeps Monitoring Human Thoughts?

Artificial Intelligence will pose several ethical and policy challenges in areas like human rights, according to Eleonore Pauwels, Research Fellow on Emerging Cybertechnologies at United Nations University (UNU). She fears…

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The Dilemma of Modern Slavery

Though many people think that slavery is a thing of the past, the harsh truth is that there are more than 40 million people in slavery in modern times as…

Russians Enraged With Chinese Project to Sip Legendary Lake Baikal Dry

When a Chinese-funded bottled water project was proposed near Lake Baikal, local Siberians were angry. They were worried that such a plant would end up ruining the pristine natural environment.…

Oregon Chinese Students Made a Killing With Fake iPhones

Two Chinese engineering students from Oregon have made almost a million dollars by selling counterfeit iPhones. But the accused feigned innocence and claimed they didn’t know the iPhones were fake,…

The US Has Reversed a Ban on Canadian Genetically Modified Salmon

In March, the Food and Drug Administration lifted an import ban on Canadian-produced genetically modified (GM) salmon, which is the world’s first GM animal approved for human consumption.

Facebook’s Decision to Ban White Nationalism Is Complicated

Facebook recently announced that it will block posts promoting white nationalism and separatism on its platform. While some have welcomed the move, there are others who believe the company is…

Olive Oil: A Super Fuel That Keeps the Heart and Brain Healthy

Unlike what many people assume, olive oil is much more than another kitchen ingredient. It has plenty of benefits, particularly for the heart. Studies also point to its power to…

Grace Strobel: Meet The Brave Model With Down Syndrome

Grace Strobel is a 22-year-old woman who dreams of being a top model. However, unlike peers, Grace has to grapple with Down syndrome. But this has not stopped the aspiring…

Is Farmed Salmon Really the Most Toxic Food in the World?

Salmon is tasty, delicious, and a nutritious food source. However, recent research exposes a little known possibility about farmed salmon — it might be one of the most toxic foods…

A Brief Introduction to Ancient Roman Jewelry

Apart from gold and various other precious metals, the Roman empire used glass to create their jewelry. Their precious jewelry gives us a comprehension of their culture and civilization. Just…

China Could Lose Up to 200 Million Pigs to Swine Fever

Over half of China’s massive pig herd is threatened due to the rapid and unabated spread of African swine fever throughout virtually every province in the world’s most populous country.

More Than 4 Million People Visited Yellowstone National Park Last Year

Yellowstone National Park attracted over 4 million visitors in 2018, making it the 4th busiest year on record. And based on the visitor numbers from the first quarter of this…

Urgent Action: Letter of Hope for Gao Zhisheng

Amnesty International has called for a letter campaign to pressure the Chinese government to release respected human rights lawyer Gao Zhisheng who has been forcibly disappeared for nearly two years.

A Short History of Moorish Influence in Europe

In medieval Europe, Muslims were commonly known as Moors. Since initially, most of the Moors coming into Europe were from Africa, the term came to be associated with African Muslims.…

The Exotic Dai People of China

The Dai people are one of China’s ethnic minorities. They are traditionally known as rice cultivators of the valleys — like the Shan, Lao, Ahom, and Thai people. Most of them…

Pentagon: Space Force Necessary to Counter China and Russia

The acting secretary of defense has called the proposed branch of the U.S. military — the Space Force — a “low cost, low bureaucracy” solution to evolving threats from Moscow…

Iran Restarts Nuclear Work as US Officials Bicker Over Policy

Mike Pompeo, the Trump administration’s secretary of state, has rebuked lawmakers for naysaying his department’s policies on Iran, saying that delicate efforts were underway to pressure the Islamic State to…

When Banning Fake News Is Even More Dangerous Than Fake News

Singapore has proposed a fake news bill, which, if passed, has the potential to severely curtail free speech in the region. People with opinions that differ from the government can…

What’s Left of Notre Dame Cathedral After Its Devastating Fire

Two conflagrations that began in the evening of April 15 at the Notre Dame Cathedral burned for hours, devastating much of its interior and completely destroying its elaborate wooden roof.…

Chinese Hidden Coal Plants Endanger Climate Change Goals

Beijing has vowed to dampen its coal activities to help reduce the worldwide emission of greenhouse gases. However, a recent joint report from environmental groups shows China doing quite the…

Helium-3 on the Moon Could Be the Answer to Clean, Sustainable Energy

Research suggests future fusion reactors could be powered by helium-3 from the Moon. And now, nations are on a race to dig it up. However, compared to the past, when…

Extravagant Pastors and Their Fetish for Expensive Stuff

Christians in America have been debating the rise of “hyperpriests,” which basically refers to pastors who lead a lavish lifestyle, dress up in expensive clothing, and rub elbows with celebrities.…

Parkour Soothes Ethnic Differences Between Han and Uyghurs

A recent phenomenon in the Xinjiang region has surprised people — the Han and Uyghurs are developing an unlikely friendship because of parkour. Parkour is a training discipline using movement…

Pyramids Older Than Those in Egypt Found in Bosnia

Bosnia and Herzegovina is a small country located in Southeastern Europe that saw massive internal conflicts in the nineties. Over the past decade, citizens of the country have found a…

It’s Time to Rethink Australia’s Approach to China

Last month, Professor Bates Gill, a China expert at Macquarie University in Sydney, published an article in the Australian Financial Review entitled Bounded Engagement: Charting a New Era in Australia-China

6 Foods That Keep Your Pancreas in Tip-Top Shape

Keeping the pancreas healthy is essential to ensure proper functioning of your body. The pancreas performs two major functions in the human body — breaking down food to aid digestion…

The Principles of Fengshui

“Fengshui” literally means “wind” and “water” — the former refers to energy and atmosphere, while the latter refers to mobility and changes.

Raw or Cooked, the Fish You’re Eating Might Be Filled With Parasites

Think the fish you eat is safe just because you bought it from a classy seafood restaurant? It is more likely that you are mistaken. Fish, whether freshwater or farmed,…

Top 5 Destinations in China Every Foodie Must Visit

China is one of the richest and most diverse places on earth when it comes to cuisine. With a civilization spanning over 5,000 years, the Chinese have tinkered with every…

Google Fears Conservative Ideas Seeping Into AI Ethics

Google has been forced to shut down its AI ethics board just a few days after it was formed. Some of its employees and activist groups had complained that one…

Extreme Heat Poses ‘Unacceptably High’ Health Risk Worldwide

Rising temperatures as a result of climate change are already exposing people to health risks across the globe, according to a new report from 27 global institutions co-led by UCL…

Mummified Animals Discovered by Accident in Egypt

When talking about Egyptian mummies, people typically think of the practice as a means for preserving human corpses. But the ancient Egyptians not only mummified human beings, but animals as…

Good Samaritan Drives 200 Miles to Help Couple Say Final Goodbye

How far would you go to help a stranger? A couple from England came across a good Samaritan who gave them a ride for 200 miles so that they could…

Using lightning to Measure the Density of the Upper Atmosphere

No one has a firm grasp on the dimensions and activity of the lowest part of our upper atmosphere, known as the ionospheric D region, because it’s literally a moving target. Located…

Xi Sentences Chinese Internet Censorship Head to 14 Years in Prison

Lu Wei, the former head of Cyberspace Administration of China, has been sentenced to 14 years in jail on charges of bribery. He was also fined 3 million yuan (US$450,000)…

How an Olympic Athlete Found Falun Dafa

The tall and robust Martins Rubenis is a sports celebrity in Latvia. The master of the luge program has won many awards in international competitions — first place in the 1998…

‘The Shanghai Friendship Store’ (Part 2)

Over the years, most of the Friendship Stores have closed down and only a few remain open, the most notable ones being “in Beijing, Shanghai, and Guangzhou.”

Chapter 1: A Chinese Eleanor Rigby, from ‘The Shanghai Friendship Store’

Friendship Stores used to be quite an exotic thing in China and one of the only souvenirs of a distant home, which for some who were in Shanghai for business or…

Ex-Interpol Chief Meng Hongwei Will Be Prosecuted

Meng Hongwei, the former Chief of Interpol, will be prosecuted on bribery charges by the Chinese government. He was reported missing last year during a trip to China from France…

Eating Less Is the Path to Longevity

Susan Roberts, a nutrition expert at Tufts University, and her team of 218 participants aged from 21 to 50 years, found that people who reduced their food intake by 25…

Shanghai 5G Network Might Be Bigger Than Initially Thought

Shanghai Hongqiao Railway Station has teamed up with Huawei Technologies to launch a 5G network, bringing ultrafast Internet speed to the city. Passengers will experience a data speed that is…

A Quantum Computer That Functions Like the Human Brain

Researchers are pushing the limits of technology by trying to create a quantum computer that thinks like a human being. The Neuromorphic Quantum Computing (Quromorphic) Project by Heriot-Watt University is…

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