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Delayed retirement is set to become a trend in China. But what factors need to be considered?

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This short video introduces a very touching story that happened in real life: a story of compassion, mutual assistance and hope.

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A very touching story presented by the people who lived through this simultaneously scary and enlightening life experience- how it all started as a game and turned into a desperate effort to survive.

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The third chapter of a story of humanity and courage. Simple people walking in a park hear someone calling for help and run to rescue him and his friends, turning into instant heroes.

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The last chapter of a moving story with a happy ending. The protagonists talk about their feelings and thoughts.

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A 21-year-old Sichuan Normal University graduate is asking for a loan of two million RMB so she can give her parents a happy and healthy life.

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Although Fan Shibei is getting numerous responses to her request, some aren't as she had expected.

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The Family Chronicles Oral History Photo and Video Project inspires young people to dig deep and learn about their family history.

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The Family Chronicles project gives young people the chance to create their own legacy.

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Jiao Shou Yi Xiao Xing gives up a stable career, moving to Beijing to start over.

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The road to "Never Thought of That" was not without its challenges.

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"Never Thought of That" is about to debut. Let's dream together.

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This is the movie trailer for the Guan Hu-directed 2015 movie, Mr. Six.

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This story is about Han Prime Minister Cao Cao's six-year-old son, Cao Chong (196 to 208 B.C.). The theory this little boy used to weigh an elephant is similar to Archimedes' Principle (287 to 212 B.C.), which is that the weight of an object submerged in fluid is equal to the weight of the displaced fluid.

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This well-known story commonly used to educate children on the values of courtesy and fraternal love involves four-year-old Kong Rong giving up some larger pears to his older and younger brothers. Still employed in current times, this text has been used for elementary education since the Song Dynasty.

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This idiom indicates that something seemingly bad may turn out to have been a good thing in the end, a blessing in disguise. The story in the video explains it quite well. And, while the idiom can also have the opposite meaning (a good thing becoming something bad), the former is more frequently used.

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This tells the story of how the ancestor of the Han Chinese, the Yellow Emperor, established the custom of marriage and honeymoons in China thousands of years ago, uniting tribes and bringing communal marriage to an end. Part 1 of 5.

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This tells the story of how the ancestor of the Han Chinese, the Yellow Emperor, established the custom of marriage and honeymoons in China thousands of years ago, thus bringing communal marriage to an end. Part 2 of 5.

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This tells the story of how the ancestor of the Han Chinese, the Yellow Emperor, established the custom of marriage and honeymoons in China thousands of years ago, thus bringing communal marriage to an end. However, it was initially met with resistance. Part 3 of 5.

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This tells the story of how the Yellow Emperor's idea to end communal marriage was initially met with resistance and how one couple decided to flee instead of live a life of monogamy. However, after becoming lost in a huge forest, they found they had to rely on each other to survive. Part 4 of 5.

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This tells the story of how a young couple struggled to survive in the forest after fleeing a life of monogamy. However, after discovering honey and relying on each other for survival, they soon understood what true love was and lived a happy life together. It is said to be part of the history of Chinese wedding and honeymoon customs. Part 5 of 5.

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The idiom, "Cheng ren zhi mei," is explained through a story. It essentially means that we should help others succeed rather than pointing out their faults.

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