This tutorial teaches you how to do makeup for interviews to give a good first impression to your potential employers. Part one explains how to choose and apply base.
Chinese people are very hospitable. When going to someone's home, Chinese tea makes a good gift for the host.
Li Yin Fei and Li Ding perform their crosstalk act the Spring Festival Gala.
Zhang Fang shows you how to do a hair bump in two minutes.
Chen Zhe'nan is a yoga instructor.
This video examines the front suspensions for the Land Rover Evoque and the Landwind X7.
A long time ago, a maid named Hua worked for a very stingy couple. Then one day, a beggar arrived at their door...
This is the movie trailer for the Guan Hu-directed 2015 movie, Mr. Six.
A simple simulation shows that even a low-speed rear-end collision has the potential to cause severe injury for passengers without a safety cushion.
Why doesn't China have a film rating system similar to the United States or other countries?
The world is full of malice but of course kindness is also present.
When you think the work is done, there's often still much more to do.
How do you know when a girl likes you? Do you know any of the signs?
Think with your heart and not your brain and you will see a different world.
In his effort to preserve the history of his city the director overcame many difficulties. In the end, it simply came down to his drive to preserve the past and love for sharing history with others, that lead him to persevere.
Would your decision change if your family were involved?
Burgers are great but how would you feel if you were to eat it three meals a day?
Could stealing sushi in one's youth be a predictor of what's to come?
The director of a Xiamen antique store, The Goodone, has collected and preserved the flower tiles of the the city's old roads hoping one day they can be re-purposed into the design of the city.
What if time could be split so that we could know the outcomes of our decisions? That's the question this contemplative short film raises. In the first installment, we meet a young doctor caring for his ailing father.
Part two of this moving story sees our protagonist flash back to his childhood as he recalls fond memories of his beloved father.
Things take a strange turn as our hero enters the mysterious time archives where he learns that time has been split into two and he has an alternate self who has made different choices in life.
Jianshui gets to see what would have happened if he'd followed his colleague's advice and taken his father back to their hometown to live out his last days.
Back at the time archives, Jianshui is pretty confused. He discovers his dad left him a touching letter containing some solid fatherly wisdom and heartfelt memories.
Jianshui's father recalls what happened on his son's sixth birthday, shares more fond memories and continues to deliver advice from beyond the grave. He has a valuable lesson about living your life without doubting your choices.
A strange tale begins when a fight breaks out on a bus between an old man who lifts up a young woman's skirt and her boyfriend. When the old man begins foaming at the mouth, things get pretty weird...
We're transported back in time by the old man's memories told as a quirky, old-time style short called "Father," which depicts a sweet relationship between a heroic policeman and his daughter.
Time skips forward a decade to the Reform and Opening Era in this segment. The father struggles to find romance and raise his 16-year-old daughter.
Did you know that a bottle of champagne can actually be a lethal weapon? Only if the bottle isn't opened correctly, that is. Watch Martin teach Zorro the basics of opening champagne in this episode of "The Connoisseur."
Do you know what exactly is inside a bottle of champagne? Where do those gas bubbles come from? Find out in this video!
Wine and beauty！Watch how Zorro and Martin impress the ladies in this episode!
The Chinese language has changed a lot over history. The speaker in the video talks about how he is unable to comprehend the Chinese from the past and present.
The speaker continues to talk about the changes in language and how to embrace them.
Rather than inventing a new language, the speaker wants to be the protector of language, mingling together the new and the old.
This speaker talks about how today's world is not lacking people who cannot speak up, but rather people who are brave enough to seek consciousness when speaking.
The speaker goes on to talk about how people often blindly post comments online without even really knowing the details.
The speaker talks about the second type of shame, which is "speaking daggers to somebody."