Yang Tingting is a Chinese editor at The World of Chinese. Interested in telling Chinese stories, she writes mainly about culture, language, and society.
From the women of Xunpu to ancient emperors, the floral hairpin has been a cherished tradition among both men and women for centuries, serving as decorative ornaments and symbols of authority
The growth of cellphone addiction among China’s “left-behind” children and the researchers and teachers fighting against it
Young Chinese turn to government-funded canteens for the elderly amid food safety scandals and the rising cost of meals
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Ghosts might be restricted on Chinese screens, but there are plenty of monster films to watch this Zhongyuan Festival
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