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China’s love of crab-eating stretches back centuries, with literati writing poems and even appointing “crab servants” to cook the delicacy
The story of how Chinese punctuation evolved from the Han dynasty to today
The history and development of a Chinese character that is far-seeing and untamed
A character to rest against
From kin to kindred, a character that connects people and brings them together
Who were the ancient Chinese equivalents of Sherlock Holmes?
A character that probes the unfamiliar and questions the unknown
A character that is always willing to lend a hand
Shaoxing has long been a magnet for China's most famous poets, writers, and now tourists
Chinese towns fight to claim historical figures as their own—and bank the tourism money
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