the architect explains how he's intentionally tried to blend the concept of indoor and outdoor spaces. He explains the true beauty of the home is in the spaces that connect these two worlds. Every window has a view of a different beautiful scenery.
Uncle Lin's architect explains the master bedroom. He explains that architecturally he's employed techniques to maximize the connection between the indoor and outdoor spaces while maintaining privacy. Though the home is split in 4 sections, it holds together as a home.
Uncle Lin's architect explains the gorgeous guest section of the house. it's separate and secluded for comfort. It's finishing touch is the beautiful courtyard in view of the bathtub. He also explains the main living area.
Uncle Lin's architect explains the first section of the house. It is wonderfully and uniquely designed to compliment the surrounding scenery.
Uncle Lin has spent half his life accumulating beautiful land in Xinzhu, Taiwan. The architect that designed his house explains the geography of his beautiful track of land and how the architecture fits nicely within it.
Enjoy the ingenious pairing of tea and zongzi with Xiaoguan Tea.
What does quality mean to Xiaoguan Tea?
What goes into making truly good tea?
Xue Haiyu explains the origins of Xiaoguan Tea.
The mastery of Japanese tea follows the same values as Unif.
Grandmother always took great care in her appearance and she expected the same from us. Red nail polish, makeup, earrings were an important part of her daily routine even into her later years.
My impressions of my grandma were mostly based on pictures we exchanged in letters. Her beauty and style influenced me a lot when I was younger.
My grandmother was not one to sit back in times of turmoil. She was politically active and performed across the country promoting Nationalism. Her courageousness even lead her to be detained by the Japanese.
For an early age you could tell my grandmother was different. She was precocious and beautiful. An artist, a spy and a beauty her life was a whirlwind.
Performers recall the day of a spectacular performance at the opening ceremony of the 2008 Olympics.
"Heritage" sees its greatest number of participants in a single performance.
This video explains the origin of the Chinese proverb "Ai Wu Ji Wu."
Watch EMS' charming Mid-Autumn Festival commercial.
Upon learning about his secret, Fang Chao's parents force him out of the house.
Learn how the story of two impostors inspired the idiom, "To catch a turtle in a jar" (To go after easy prey).
Love gives Fang Chao the courage to make an important decision.
Fang Chao is every Chinese parent's dream- or at least it appears that way.
Learn the story behind the idiom, "A third party benefits from a tussle."