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Tradition Mission

  • Juicy dumplings in Wuxi city

    Wangxingji is a century-old company which was first founded in 1913 at Chongan Temple in Wuxi, Jiangsu province.

  • Rekindled ancient technique

    Jingdezhen, in Jiangxi province, is a city that has been supported by ceramic industry for more than 1,000 years.

  • "Porcelain capital" showcases ancient skills

    Known as the “porcelain capital”, Jingdezhen has been producing quality pottery for more than 1,700 years, and attracts numerous ceramic artists around the world.

  • Whompoa spirit still shines - Episode II

    Right since its founding in 1924, Whampoa Military Academy had been a beacon for Chinese revolutionaries determined to restore strength and unity to a war-torn country which had just ceased to be a feudal empire. And when Japan officially invaded China in 1937, during World War II, the academy became the ultimate calling for many young and hot-blooded ...

  • Matouqin music plays on

    The matouqin, or horse-head fiddle, is a traditional Mongolian bowed string instrument. It is called the horse-head fiddle because the top of the pole is carved into the shape of a horse head.

  • Whompoa spirit still shines

    Right since its founding in 1924, Whampoa Military Academy had been a beacon for Chinese revolutionaries determined to restore strength and unity to a war-torn country which had just ceased to be a feudal empire. And when Japan officially invaded China in 1937, during World War II, the academy became the ultimate calling for many young and hot-blooded ...

  • Sacrifices of hardened highway hands

    Remote workers have to endure extreme conditions — frostbite, altitude sickness and sunburn — to maintain the lifeline road, Qinghai-Tibet Highway.

  • China's culture in a cup

    History, tradition and nature are all blended together in Chinese tea, making it one of the country's most important and iconic products.

  • Where qipao is still in vogue

    When Hong Kong director Wong Kar-wai's movie, In the Mood for Love, hit the big screens in 2000, the 20-some pieces of qipao presented by the leading actress, Maggie Cheung, inevitably made the scene. Has it ever made you wonder where to find something as graceful and gorgeous? At Ruifuxiang, you may get your answer. ...

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