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New Oriental is a Chinese business success story, and now a Hong Kong filmmaker has brought the story of this English-language company to the big screen.
The Empress Dowager Cixi watched some 260 operas at the grand theater in the Summer Palace. It is now restored to its former glory and opened to the public.
A young foreign student snapped a shot of a group of students on a boat trip 30 years ago. Now he is back to find out what had happened to the lives of these students and their teachers.
The Wenchuan earthquake transformed the lives of many, including Sichuan villagers who opened rural resorts after their land was ruined.
Pancun village has been left unspoiled by modern life, giving visitors a rare glimpse into life as it was lived in a different time.
There are still 477 million people without access to proper sanitation in China, including 14 million who still practice open defecation, says a 2012 joint report by UNICEF and the World Health Organization.