This tutorial teaches you how to do makeup for interviews to give a good first impression to your potential employers. Part one explains how to choose and apply base.
Chinese people are very hospitable. When going to someone's home, Chinese tea makes a good gift for the host.
Li Yin Fei and Li Ding perform their crosstalk act the Spring Festival Gala.
Zhang Fang shows you how to do a hair bump in two minutes.
Chen Zhe'nan is a yoga instructor.
This video examines the front suspensions for the Land Rover Evoque and the Landwind X7.
A long time ago, a maid named Hua worked for a very stingy couple. Then one day, a beggar arrived at their door...
This is the movie trailer for the Guan Hu-directed 2015 movie, Mr. Six.
A simple simulation shows that even a low-speed rear-end collision has the potential to cause severe injury for passengers without a safety cushion.
Why doesn't China have a film rating system similar to the United States or other countries?
How and when did Christianity enter China?
Fish Leong's live cover version of Sandy Lam's "Don't Care Who I Am."
Meet film director, Jiao Shou Yi Xiao Xing.
On the streets of Chengdu, a new type of hair pin is all the rage.
The Family Chronicles Oral History Photo and Video Project inspires young people to dig deep and learn about their family history.
Sometimes, lying gets us in trouble.
Companies offering private cars and carpooling options are posing a very real threat to the taxi industry.
This video is an introduction to the origins and location of the Shaolin Temple, the center and origin of Shaolin kung fu.
This is the official trailer for the 2015 film, "Only You," directed by Zhang Hao.
Xi Zhi Nong speaks about some of his best moments as a wildlife photographer.
Fang Chao is every Chinese parent's dream- or at least it appears that way.
"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.
This video is an introduction to the famous hutongs of Beijing.
Taiwanese superstar A-Mei sings "Can't Cry It Out."