Li Yin Fei and Li Ding perform their crosstalk act the Spring Festival Gala.
Li Yin Fei and Li Ding show how to refuse to light firecrackers for the New Year.
Li Yin Fei and Li Ding demonstrate the benefits of not lighting firecrackers to welcome the New Year.
Li Yin Fei and Li Ding discuss conserving energy and reducing emissions.
Li Yin Fei and Li Ding discuss "Operation Empty Plate."
Li Yin Fei and Li Ding explain how to implement "Operation Empty Plate."
Li Yin Fei and Li Ding show how to convince others that being less wasteful and extravagant is the way to go for the New Year.
Li Yin Fei and Li Ding show how to convince others that being less wasteful and extravagant will help those less fortunate.
Fang Chao is every Chinese parent's dream- or at least it appears that way.
Love gives Fang Chao the courage to make an important decision.
Upon learning about his secret, Fang Chao's parents force him out of the house.
A jolly German fellow tells us why he loves Shanghai so much. His whole life is in Shanghai, so he feels it's his second home.
Our jolly host asks some of his Beijing friends how they feel about Shanghai foreigners. He also asks how someone can come to love a city they weren't born in.
Our host continues to ask his Beijing friends why they think Beijing is better than Shanghai. Roz says that Beijing is better because the roads are easier to find.
Our host, A Fu, asks Xiaobei what his ideal place to retire is. They also confront Jared in the Hall way about where his allegiances lie when it comes to the debate about which city is better, Beijing or Shanghai.
A Fu finishes by asking a friend what they think about living in Shanghai. He says he can't stand the cold winter. We also meet A Fu's wife who explains that home is what is comfortable to you and where your parents are.
Welcome home to Shanghai's most sustainable house! Built in the 1930s, this house has been remodeled to be a self-circulating and self-insulating home to a family of five.
The house was designed with family in mind. Everything is suitable for both the adults and kids. Not only does this cut down on costs, but it also simply makes for a more comfortable home environment.
This house is an embodiment of its environmentally conscientious inhabitants, only fit to house those with a similar lifestyle.
Didn't love used to be simpler? This video certainly thinks so. With rising incomes and living standards comes rising expectations when it comes to finding "The One." This video looks at the importance of money in the marriage fortunes of Chinese men.
More on contemporary Chinese attitudes toward love and marriage, including how those views changed in response to a controversial 2011 marriage law and the Japanese earthquake. There's now a new realization that home ownership is not the most important prerequisite for tying the knot.
This entertaining and informative video on the Chinese obsession with gift-giving reveals a lot about contemporary Chinese social and political issues (covering everything from social competition to corrupt officials) and also delves into the ancient origins of this long-running practice.
Zhuli Kosa is a hotel in the ancient water town of Zhujiajiao. The interior design concept aims to ‘relive the olden days of the Song Dynasty’, when Japanese aesthetics were de rigeur.