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Schindler of the East: John Rabe – Part 1

Helen London

John Rabe, a German businessman, is known to the world for setting up a safe zone during the Second Sino-Japanese War in China (1937-1945) and saving 250,000 Chinese people. But …

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Ancient Chinese yin and yang symbol.

How to Unlock The Mysterious Ancient Chinese Principle of Yin and Yang for Mind and Body

The yin and yang concept is the most known concept of Taoism. You’ve probably heard …

The Royal Chapel of Versailles (left).

The Royal Chapel of Versailles: The Victory Monument of Louis XIV

The Royal Chapel of Versailles symbolized honor and power for the successful ruler, Louis XIV. The …

Lauren Tischendorf swimming around Lord Howe Island.

Lauren Tischendorf: First Woman to Swim Shark-Infested Waters Around Lord Howe Island

The past decade has seen long-distance women swimmers achieve extraordinary feats. For example, Lauren Tischendorf …

Dried Sichuan peppers.

Sichuan Peppers Are a Preventative Medicine

Sichuan peppers (huajiao), also known as Chinese prickly ash or Chinese peppers, are an essential …

Four children on a mat in the gym.

Physically Active Lessons in School Can Enhance Pupils’ Learning and Motor Skills

Sports scientists at Nottingham Trent University examined how bouts of physically active math lessons for …

A shop closed due to COVID-19.

Lockdowns Led to Less Life Satisfaction

Stricter lockdowns in response to COVID-19 led to a higher loss in life satisfaction and …

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Peace and Conflict, Editor’s Pick

Schindler of the East: John Rabe – Part 1

John Rabe, a German businessman, is known to the world …

Chinese Culture, Featured

A Mysterious Old Man Who Changed the Weather With Music

Li Zimou, who lived during the Tang Dynasty, was extremely …

Business, Featured

Deaf-Owned Restaurants and How They Speak the Language of Good Food

Deaf-owned restaurants are challenging the status quo and proving that …

Business, Featured

Impact of High Energy Costs on Middle-Class Businesses

Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are significant contributors to the …

Animals

What India Is Doing to Reduce Man-Eating Tiger Attacks

The tiger, India’s national animal, is admired for its grace, …

Human Rights

Iranian Regime ‘Doubling Down’ on Media Manipulation in Response to Recent Protests

The Iranian regime is “doubling down” on the manipulation of …

China, Editor’s Pick

Mao’s First Lady Jiang Qing Ends Up in Prison and ‘Falls on Her Own Sword’

For 10 years during the Cultural Revolution, Jiang Qing, former …

Chinese Culture

The 5 Most Outstanding World Emperors

The history of China spans 5,000 years, from the Xia …

Business, Featured

Kellogg’s Loses UK Fight to Overturn Sugary Cereal Promotion Ban

Kellogg’s, which is the largest breakfast cereal company in the …

Chinese Culture, Featured

How Two Sons’ Filial Piety Altered Their Family’s Destiny

Xiao, or filial piety, is an attitude of respect for parents …

Taiwan, Editor’s Pick

The Picturesque Taoyuan Valley in Northeast Taiwan

Referred to as the most beautiful grassland in northern Taiwan, …

Chinese Culture, Featured

A Miraculous Event: Surviving a Shipwreck With the Help of a Divine Being

Sometimes in life, inexplicable events occur — miraculous events that …

Taiwan, Editor’s Pick

Falun Gong Practitioners Create Powerful Giant Falun and Chinese Characters in Taiwan

Over 5,000 Falun Gong practitioners gathered at the immense plaza …

Business, Featured

The Importance of Ergonomics in the Workplace

Ergonomics is designing and organizing workplaces to optimize workers’ capacity …

China, Featured

Unexpected Result of Prophecy: The One Who Ends Qin Is Hu

Traditional Chinese culture contains extensive and profound wisdom accumulated over …

Travel, Featured

Fun Tips to Enjoy Your Micro-Adventure on a Budget

Adventures are typically associated with long trips, exotic places, and …

China, Editor’s Pick

Why Are Most Couples Reluctant to Have a Second Child in China?

After three decades of a policy that limited most families …