Since yesterday, the small French town Moret-sur-Loing has become the setting for a historical TV series telling the story of CCP leaders who studied in France in the 1920s. The series will air from 1 October National Day on the channel CCTV 1. And no less than 300 million viewers should watch the “typical small […]
1912: End of the Qing dynasty. Proclamation of the Republic by Sun Yat-Sen. 1921: Founding of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). 1925: Death of Sun Yat-sen, Chiang Kai-shek took over as head of Guomingdang, the Nationalist Party. 1934-35: “Long March”, the Communists fleeing the repression of Guomingdang, traveling 10,000 km and take refuge in Shaanxi. […]
The 800 inhabitants of Hallstatt in the Salzkammergut, Austria, are outraged. The Austrian media revealed last week that a Chinese property developer wants to build a copy of their village – including its famous lake – in the Guangdong province in southern China. According to the mayor of Hallstatt, Alexander Scheutz, Chinese architects have secretly […]
This Sunday, members of French Asian communities marched in large numbers in Paris, like last year to protest against violence against the Asian community.
China is no longer content to copy watches, iPods, phones, trains or even fighter planes. Now the Middle Kingdom is trying to clone an European village: the mountain village of Hallstatt in Austria, World Heritage of UNESCO.
Po’s dreams came true. He became the Dragon Warrior to protect the Valley of Peace with his friends: Tigress, Crane, Mantis, Viper and Monkey. But this topissime life is threatened by a new enemy, Lord Shen, a wicked peacock decided to conquer China and destroy the kung-fu using a secret weapon and indestructible barrel. How […]
Chinese film “Buddha Mountain” (观音山) directed by Li Yu, Sunday has been named best feature film in the official section of Casa Asia Film Week 2011.
The Nobel Laureate in Literature, Mario Vargas Llosa will come to China this Sunday to meet famous Chinese writers such as Mo Yan, Wang Meng and Tie Ning. He’ll stay in China for nine days.
A three-month exhibition of luxury brand Louis Vuitton, which opened Monday at the National Museum of China is proving controversial, as no trade mark had been displayed in the property before.
President Dmitry Medvedev signed a decree Monday declaring June 6th Day of the Russian language, reported local media.