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Chinese President Xi Jinping called on young people from Asia and Africa to strive for the rejuvenation of the two continents under the guidance of the Bandung Spirit on Thursday.
Objchina, China Daily's blogger from Nigeria, shares his top 9 things that foreigners should avoid doing in China while interacting with the Chinese in order to save them from "certain embarrassment and possibly even outright humiliation." What do you think about the list?
Calmly, Dong Huijuan explained how she had treated a survivor of the devastating Wenchuan earthquake on May 12, 2008, who was suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
She hadn't seen her dad for almost a year, so Fang Yuan, 14, now 163 centimeters tall, twitched slightly and smiled uneasily when her father, a construction worker, walked up and tried to hold her in his arms. The hug, with the daughter's arms barely raised, lasted for about two seconds.
Every month, Singaporean businessman Phua Soo Huat takes two days off from his own business to work as a mediator in commercial disputes concerning foreigners in Yiwu.
Even though Yang Zhensheng has no memories of his own of the earthquake that flattened his hometown shortly before his birth, the disaster will forever be part of his life -- he is named after it.
Standing in front of the gate of Kailuan Hospital, Wang Shubin, 64, can't help but recall memories of the devastating earthquake 40 years ago.
China is a vast and culturally diverse country, which makes traveling in it for the first time incredibly daunting. China Daily sums up the most famous to help foreign travelers plan their China tours, and the forum readers share some tips to make newcomers' lives a little easier.
For many in Tangshan, a city leveled by an earthquake 40 years ago, the memories of the disaster are still vivid.
Callista Olzheim spent much of the past 14 years searching for her birthparents, and wondering why they abandoned her.