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  • The 9th Mars en Folie Music Tour

    As a flagship event of the 2016 Francophone Festival, Mars en Folie (March Madness) is a celebration of French music presented by four Francophone countries and regions, including the Alliances Fran aises network, the embassies of Canada, Switzerland and Belgium / Wallonia‐Brussels Delegation, and the Quebec offices in China. Four talented music ...

  • Laowai Not: Indie Ladies

    Kerryn Leitch, Amy Daml and Hannah Lincoln live quite normal lives by day, and they're also the sponsors of Loreli, a website that showcases the work of new visual artists, sound artists and writers in China. While their day jobs pay their expenses, working on the Loreli website and promoting artists is what they love to do. ...

  • Laowai Not: Body painting

    Nina Griffee is from England. She came to China in the middle of 2009.

  • Happy Women's Day

    The 8th of March is a day in year for celebrating women all over the world! To welcome this International Women's Day, Finnish brand Maria Kurki organized an event in Beijing on March 2.

  • 2016NPC&CPPCC

    Video coverage on the most important political events in China.

  • All major targets of 12th Five-Year Plan fulfilled: Premier

    Premier Li Keqiang on Saturday expressed his confidence of realizing China's 2020 goals, while mentioning to fight "a difficult battle" in face of tougher challenges.

  • CPPCC starts annual session

    China's top political advisory body convened its annual meeting Thursday in Beijing, kicking off a political high season that will continue with the opening of the country's top legislature later this week. More than 2,000 members of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) are slated to discuss major ...

  • Laowai Not: Awesome DaLianer

    Tyler came to China to learn Mandarin. When he first came to the beautiful coastal city Dalian, he sounded like a typical Northeastern guy.

  • After Piraeus, Cosco eyes Greece's trains

    Two of the world’s oldest civilizations, China and Greece teamed up last month as Chinese shipping and port giant China Cosco Holdings Co. has offered €368.5 million to buy a 67% stake in Greece’s main port of Piraeus. Greek Ambassador to China explained stories behind this deal and its impact on Greece's economy. ...

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