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Hani Festivals Like the Han people, the Hanis celebrate the Spring Festival and Mid-Autumn Festival. Their traditional festivals include October Festival, June Festival and etc... Nov. 16, 2017
Lahu People Like Spicy Food The Lahus like spicy food. They have a saying that goes "cooking without chili is the same as cooking without oil". Rice and corn are the staple grains, and Lahu eat two meals daily, but they also eat smaller amounts of... Oct. 23, 2017
Top 5 Attractions in Xiamen ​Xiamen and the surrounding countryside are famous for being an ancestral home to overseas Chinese. It became one of China’s earliest Special Economic Zones in the 1980s. Xiamen was recently voted China’s cleanest city, and has many attractions for the tourist. Oct. 05, 2017
Traditional Customs of Uzbek Minority The Uzbek people have frequent exchanges with various other ethnic groups in Xinjiang, and have particularly close relations with the Uygurs and Kazaks. The Uzbek, Uygur and Tatar languages all belong... Oct. 05, 2017
To “talk” with the viewer without words:Interview with Uliana Kharinova This year, she entered her work once again and she impressed the judges again! Sep. 13, 2017
Magnum and Me: A Personal View As the agency turns 70, Magnum’s Executive Director David Kogan offers an intimate perspective on photography and why it matters Aug. 30, 2017
Rich Literary Tradition of Yugur People The Yugurs have a rich literary tradition handed down orally, such as legends, folk tales, proverbs and ballads. The folk songs feature uniquely simple yet graceful tunes, and vivid content. The people of the Yugur... Aug. 30, 2017
“Looking Back” master Lang art photography exhibition The works on display are from Mr Lang Jingshan, from 20s to 80s in the filming and production of more than 70 paintings. Aug. 29, 2017
Traditional Festivals of Yugur People Apart from some Chinese festivals like Spring Festival, Dragon Boat Festival, and Moon Festival, the Yugurs also observe some religious festivals. They go to temples to offer incense in Lunar January. The Lamas... Aug. 29, 2017
Singapore Singapore is an island nation in Southeast Asia and one of Asia’s most important financial, service and shipping centers. It makes great achievements in city road cleaning, and thus getting the name as the “Garden City”. The weather in Singapore is warm throughout the year, which is suitable for tourism. It annually draws nearly 12,000 tourists from all over the world. Aug. 29, 2017
Flourishing Literature and Art of Yi Ethnic Minority The literature and art of Yi ethnic minority are flourishing. The Yi people have created a great deal of historical and literary works written in the old Yi language and folk literary works handed down orally... Aug. 25, 2017
History of Yi Minority Historical records written in the Han and the old Yi languages show that the ancestors of the Yi, Bai, Naxi, Lahu and Lisu ethnic groups were closely related with ancient Di and Qiang people in west China... Aug. 24, 2017
Folk Songs of Hui People The culture of Hui people originally had been characterized by influences from the traditional culture of Western Asia and assimilation from the Han culture. However, due to the introduction of the Han language as a common... Aug. 22, 2017
Oman The Sultanate of Oman, or simply Oman, means the country of mineral. Located in the southeast of the Arabian peninsula, Oman guards the world’s most significant oil output channel - Strait of Hormuz in the Persian Gulf. The total population of Oman is 2.8 million (in 2005) and it covers an area of 30,950,000 kilometers. The majority of the population are Arabians, coupled with a small number of foreigners, such as Indians and Pakistanis. Aug. 17, 2017
Traditional Danu Festival of Yao People Danu is a name from the Yao language meaning never forget. This festival comes on May 29th. It is believed that this day is the birthday of Zuniang, an ancestor of the Yao people. As a result, it is also name... Aug. 16, 2017
Colorful Traditional Culture of Tibetan People Ⅰ A large amount of cultural relics, including ancient scripts, woodblock, metal and stone carvings, have been preserved in the Tibetan areas. The engraved block printing technique was introduced from... Aug. 07, 2017
The Myth of Tibetan Minority According to myth, the Tibetan people attribute their existence to the union of an ogress and a monkey. One day a monkey came into a cave in Yarlung River valley and began to cultivate himself to attain immortality... Aug. 03, 2017
Rich and Colorful Cultural Life of Tatars The cultural life of the Tatars is rich and colorful. Their music has a lively rhythm, and several musical instruments are used, including the "Kunie" (a wooden flute), the "Kebisi" (a kind of harmonica) and... Jul. 27, 2017
Namtso Located in the center of Tibet, Namtso is China’s second largest saltwater lake as well as the world’s highest lake. “Namtso” means “Heavenly Lake” in the Tibetan language. It has an elevation of 4718 meters above the sea level, measuring about 70 kilometers long and 30 kilometers wide, with a total area of more than 1920 square kilometers. Jul. 26, 2017
Brief History of Tatar Minority As for the Tatars, they are a small Muslim group almost exclusively found in Xinjiang-Uygur Autonomous Region in Western China, in the cities of Aletai, Changji, Yili, Yining, Tacheng and ... Jul. 25, 2017
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