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搏 克 (Mongolian Wrestling) – Introduction Posted May 1, 2013 by Chinavine

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Bökh (Mongolian Wrestling) – Introduction Inner Mongolia Posted Apr 30, 2013 by Chinavine

The Mongolian wrestling is called “Bökh”, and the wrestler is called “Bökh Qin”. It is very popular in Inner Mongolia (north of China). Bökh is one of the Mongolian “Three manly skills”, together with horse racing and archery. It is ...

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AAD 252 Insole Embroidery Posted Nov 19, 2012 by Chadb

Insole Embroidery has a long history in China and can be dated back as long as 2000 years ago. It was a very popular thing to do to serve as a tribute to the royal family or other aristocrats. Women ...

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Featured Expat Artist: Niko de la Faye – Interview Posted Oct 31, 2012 by CrystalRuth

1. Why and how did you choose to move your creative practice to China? I participated in the Shanghai eArts Festival in 2008 with the digital art collective Visual System. That was also my first visit to China. During our ...

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Featured Expat Artist: Niko de la Faye – Introduction Posted Oct 31, 2012 by CrystalRuth

Niko de La Faye is a French-born artist with a degree in Economics from the South-West of France. In 2003 Niko moved to San Francisco where he started exploring fine art initiatives. Niko has developed his art form across many ...

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Parks in China – Introduction Posted Oct 16, 2012 by Chinavine

Public parks in urban areas are often full of people engaging in all kinds of activities. These group activities function to keep participants healthy. They also provide entertainment and readily available social networking opportunities for residents.

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Taijiquan: Master Li Enjiu 李恩久: 太极拳 – Introduction Jinan City, Shandong Province Posted Aug 3, 2012 by shuette

Master Li is a tàijíquán master in the city of Jinan in Shandong Province. He is a world recognized practitioner of the Chen style of tàijíquán. Master Li began learning chinese martial arts at the age of 6, practicing many empty-hand ...

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AAD Insole Embroidery Posted Jul 13, 2012 by Chinavine

The insole embroidery is an interesting tradition, I have never really thought of the beliefs behind decorative or meaningful insoles but I do appreciate the tradition. There is a lot of emphasis on the feet throughout various cultures and history. ...

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Custom Bikes and Tricycles – Introduction Posted Jul 12, 2012 by Chinavine

Riding bicycles has long been part of China’s culture.  As the economy has gown, more people are now traveling in cars or on public transportation.  However, many individuals still ride bicycles and customize peddle and motorized bikes in order to ...

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Qibao Shadow Play – Qibao Shadow Puppetry Today Shanghai Province Posted May 31, 2012 by jaclyn.bousquet

Today, the town of Qibao celebrates their cultural heritage and works to preserve the past traditions of Shadow Play that are such an important aspect of the town’s history. Though the Chinese government does help to keep these valuable traditions ...

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