Chinese academician awarded 2018 Sjöberg Prize for curing deadly blood cancerChinese academician awarded 2018 Sjöberg Prize for curing deadly blood cancerA Chinese academician was recently awarded the 2018 Sjöberg Prize by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, once again drawing worldwide attention to the “Chinese therapy” that has cured a specific acute leukemia that used to be one of the most deadly types of cancer, reported the G

Colin Friedman’s ‘netbonding’ in BeijingColin Friedman’s ‘netbonding’ in BeijingChina began to cooperate with Israel on agriculture in 1990s. It brought in not only revolutionary pilot projects but also an irrigation …

A singing duo’s subway dreamA singing duo’s subway dreamNot many people would think of the Beijing subway as a romantic place. But you might think differently if you take subway Line 5 during o…

A French woman’s passion to portray Beijing styleA French woman’s passion to portray Beijing styleGirls in the West are always worried about what other people think (about what they look like). On the contrary, Chinese girls don’t car…

A Chinese young man’s smog-inspired entrepreneurial endeavorA Chinese young man’s smog-inspired entrepreneurial endeavorChina is now notorious for its poor air condition and has become almost synonymous with reoccurring smog. So it is not surprising that th…

Kurbanjan Samat: A Uygur photographer's quest for harmonyKurbanjan Samat: A Uygur photographer's quest for harmonyOnce a normal school student studying Chinese mandarin, Kurbanjan Samat, a 32-year-old Uygur working as a cinematographer for CCTV, China…

ABS Crew: Climbing the graffiti wall in ChinaABS Crew: Climbing the graffiti wall in ChinaGraffiti sounds offbeat and underground to average Chinese. It is by no means associated with the term “art”, but often with ghetto and…