Chinese wontons are the centerpiece of many Chinese meals. History and geography have given the wonton many different names and styles. Learn about them all in this video!
Why doesn't China have a film rating system similar to the United States or other countries?
Experts explain what foods can help us keep warm in the winter and which may cause excessive heat.
How and when did Christianity enter China?
Chinese vlogger Alex kicks off the Christmas season with her Christmas gift list.
People often say that we should not judge a person by his or her appearance, but what is the real definition of beautiful?
Li Yin Fei and Li Ding perform their crosstalk act the Spring Festival Gala.
What defines luxury and wealth when it comes to tableware?
Dings were used by nobility as a way to capture all of life's special moments.
Making bronzeware is an arduous and involved process, and its usage has a strict hierarchy.
Yi Gongzi details the long and involved process of making bronzeware.
Yi Gongzi explains how bronze was discovered and formed in ancient China.
As Yi Gongzi explains, ancient bronze tableware isn't for just anyone to use.
In this episode, Yi Gongzi introduces the often overlooked museum specialty: ancient Chinese bronze ware.
Kim is excited the transformer he was watching on online just sold for a big price. He is even more excited to share this good news with Evonne.
Xiaoxue and Eric hit it off while Sean and Kimi continue to argue.
In this first of a 15-part series about supply and demand, consumption, global markets, gas prices, oil - and much more - listen to an international panel of experts weigh in on the issues.
In this second video of a series about oil, supply and demand, consumption, and global markets, listen to our guests talk about how they see the rising price of gasoline affecting people's daily lives.
As an only recent mass consumer of oil, how has China been affected by the oil crises of the past? In this third video in a series about oil, supply and demand, consumption, and global markets, listen to our experts weigh in on China's role in how these crises have played out.
What do our experts think caused the world's current oil crisis? Find out as they each respond to the question in this fourth video in our series about oil, supply and demand, consumption, and global markets
Listen to an international panel of experts weigh in on the issues in this fifth video of a series about supply and demand, consumption, global markets, gas prices, oil and much more.
Will the world face another oil crisis in the future? What conditions could potentially cause one? How might one be prevented? In this sixth video in our "Brain Storm" series about oil markets, listen as our audience – as well as Mr. Long and Mr. Huntington – weigh in.
How does our expert, Mr. Ke Yan, feel about the possibility of a coming oil crisis? Have a listen and find out in this seventh episode from our "Brain Strom" series on oil, supply and demand, and global markets.
In this eighth part of our "Brain Storm" series, learn about China's current and future oil consumption. Also, listen to what some of our experts have to say about which issues are currently most in need of being addressed.
Oil will not last forever. Issues of energy efficiency and conservation are of the utmost importance as we head into the future. Watch this ninth video in our "Brain Storm" series and find out how our panel of experts sees these issues as they pertain to China.
In this 10th video in our "Brain Storm" series about oil consumption and China, our guests get into the details of fuel taxation. How does China compare to the rest of the world? What path do our guests think China should take with regards to fuel taxes? Watch and find out.
Like the secret to performing tai chi, to reach a state in which troubles are a thing of our past, we must forget everything including our material worth and troubles and become one with nature.
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.
In this experiment, PM2.5 and carbon monoxide levels in a room are tested before and after the lighting of a cigarette.
China's first statues did not come from the popular Song or Tang dynasties. Yi Gongzi explains.
Yi Gongzi describes the chaos and turmoil of the Wei, Jin, Southern and Northern Dynasties.
Yi Gongzi tells the tale of Xiaoming and how he discovered an important find during the Northern Qi Dynasty.
Why does the statue of Buddha suddenly bring calmness to those who have experienced suffering?
How do the Buddha statues from the Northern Qi Dynasty compare with those from the Northern Wei Dynasty?
Yi Gongzi explains how the face of the Buddha can show us what the deepest state of calmness and relaxation looks like.
How do we reach a fully relaxed state of being?