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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.

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In this experiment, PM2.5 and carbon monoxide levels in a room are tested before and after the lighting of a cigarette.

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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.

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The idea of vegetarianism started in China thousands of years ago. So, let's find out why people started to become vegetarians.

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It feels good to start the New Year off with a bowl of veggie noodles.

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Longhua Temple's veggie noodles are a traditional dish that one eats for the New Year. Six hundred bowls of these noodles can be made in just one hour.

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As the most delicious vegetarian dishes come from the temples, a visit to one may be in order to try top vegetarian dishes.

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The Jade Buddhist Temple in Shanghai is famous for its vegetarian meals. It is a must-try if you are into veggie dishes.

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Behind every dish, there is a meaning. This vegetarian dish is called "Understand and Embrace."

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The lotus flower is a symbol of Buddhism. Therefore, a vegetarian dish is made with this concept in mind.

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One needs creativity to cook an impressive dish. The Bead Curtain is a very interesting vegetarian dish that uses aloe as its main ingredient.

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Olive Oil-Fried King Oyster Mushrooms: a simple but delicious dish.

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Getting the freshest ingredients is also a very important step in making delicious vegetarian dishes.

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In this episode of The 25th Hour, we first meet 82-year-old Wu Ren Di who is looking for love in his native Shanghai.

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82-year-old Wu Ren Di was married for over 40 years before his wife passed away in 2001.

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Even in retirement, Mister Wu keeps busy with stock trading.

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After his first marriage, 82-year-old Wu Ren Di had a short-lived marriage of four months.

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Divorced for a decade, Ying met the love of her life at a singles salon.

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Ying had no choice but to leave her boyfriend of four years after his daughter did not approve of their decision to get married.

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The elderly today not only have physical needs, but spiritual needs as well.

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Despite meeting a 64 year-old man at 59 years of age, Wan Mei Ling claims Ni Sheng Rong is the man she's been waiting for her entire life.

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Wan Mei Ling faces opposition from her family regarding her relationship with Ni Sheng Rong.

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Wan Mei Ling has made many sacrifices for the man she loves.

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This new generation of young people in China needs to stop laying claim to their parents' assets.

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