This is the official trailer for the 2015 film, "Only You," directed by Zhang Hao.
The Family Chronicles Oral History Photo and Video Project inspires young people to dig deep and learn about their family history.
Meet film director, Jiao Shou Yi Xiao Xing.
This is the movie trailer for the Guan Hu-directed 2015 movie, Mr. Six.
Sometimes, lying gets us in trouble.
This video introduces the basic parts of the guitar and what happens when you tighten or loosen its strings.
Chen Zhe'nan is a yoga instructor.
Superstitious people might have you believe that disturbing a pharaoh's tomb will curse you to die. But, is there a scientific explanation behind this phenomenon?
"Peach Blossom Utopia" received the Best Short Film Award at the 2006 Handsome Monkey Animation Awards in China. In the same year, at the DigiCon 6+2 Contest sponsored by Japan Tokyo Broadcasting System, Inc., it received the First Place Golden Award.
Meet three underprivileged children from the countryside, all of whom share a love for reading.
Gao You si finishes up the day and gets to counting his money. upon counting it all up he realizes he's made substantial gains and as he has promised he sends the money he made to his fans. The boss informs him that he calculated the money incorrectly, because he didn't count the cost. The boss says either way every month they pull in close to 50000 rmb.
An author and documentary filmmaker Laoji believes the only thing you should do as a kid is play. His son Simba has always longed to see the polar bears. One day Laoji and his family embark on a journey others only dream about.
Business picks up at the jianbing shop and Gao You si struggles to keep up with demand. He sees some of his fans and does his best to make jianbings fast enough. He also considers whether he should quit blogging and start making jianbings full time.
How do we break down this ugly stereotype of Xinjiang? Both side need to openly communicate and work together to clear up misunderstandings. But where do we start? Start from yourself of course!
Mai Miao and Susan tried to avoid wearing to many layers by sending their winter clothes to the laundromat but of course that didn't work out.
Gao You Si our host hears online that people who make jianbings are making lots of money so he tries his hand at cooking some up.
Stereotypes of Xinjiang people don't only create confusion for the general population but also effect how Xinjiang people self-identify themselves.
Older people are scared of getting cold while the younger generation is scared of getting hot.
Stereotypes are dangerous, especially if they make up your entire understanding of something or someone. It is important to remember that everything and everyone is multifaceted. Just because one person does something a certain way doesn't mean everyone else does too.
This episodes is a continuation of our Art series! We will be talking about Chinese sculpture in the next few videos. Sculpture in China has a long history and even predates most Western sculpture.
What kinds of things do you like to do for vacation - particularly winter vacations? Going to a hot spring is surely a favorite choice. Well, what kinds of things should you think about before going on a hot spring vacation? This episode of "Yummy Yummy" gives you some pointers - including what to eat and what not to!
Which soup is the best during winter? Watch as Chef Fu shows us his very special soup with 雪莲果 (xuelianguo, or “yacón”). Yacón looks like a yam, but tastes like an apple. It is also the hot new ingredient being added to soups all over China. Watch and see what customers think of it!
What do chameleons and rice balls have in common? Find out in this video about creative ways of making food more interesting!
In this video, we finish up with the colored rice balls and move on to another fun snack - donuts! Donuts are becoming more and more popular in China, and they aren't your plain old boring donuts, either. Learn all about 甜甜圈, or tiántiánquān, in China!
Is it a restaurant? A toy store? Both? Learn all about this adorable dessert shop in China where you can get more than just a meal.
You might think that a restaurant that offers dolls in exchange for points would be more attractive to women than to men. However, you might be wrong! See what everyone finds so fun about this place, from the design all the way to buns that look like pigs!
In the doll restaurant, there is one dessert that stands out, and that's the strawberry smoothies! They aren't your normal, boring old smoothies, either. Watch this video and see why everyone is eating them.
This warm, clean, and, of course, delicious Taiwanese restaurant would normally be a real wallet-drainer. Fortunately, with the help of group buying, many of the dishes here can be sampled at a fraction of the usual price. Watch this video and check out some of the exquisite, yet affordable, dishes on offer.
From "red crab rice cakes" to a pork cheek delicacy, this restaurant has it all. How exactly are these delectable dishes made? We head into the kitchen to get some answers from the chef himself.
Find out how Eason Chan was influenced by his father, and how he managed to pull through the "incident."
Eason Chan describes the scene then when he attended the court hearing of his father's case.
Watch the smile on Eason Chan's face spread when he talks about his baby daughter!
Eason Chan describes his goals in terms of his life and his concerts.
Watch as Eason Chan teaches how to dine western style – and find out his secret to happiness!
We'll learn about renowned Asian singer, Coco Lee, as she talks about herself and her family in the first of this eleven-part series.
Coco Lee continues to share her life story, including details from her past and her parents' love story.
As an adult, Coco shares stories about childhood, her education and her loving mother.
Coco tells about her relationship with her two sisters.