Daily Archives: Sep 1, 2016

Teaware Is One of Ancient China’s Greatest Inventions

When speaking of ancient China and inventions, teaware would certainly be near the top of the list. Teaware, like tea drinking customs, was developed...

One of Ancient China’s Greatest Inventions Still Mysterious to the West

The abacus is a counting tool that has been used in China for thousands of years. It is widely used in shops, restaurants, and...

‘Sonic’ Black Hole Created to Study Stephen Hawking’s Theory

Until recently, it was believed that everything that came in contact with a black hole would be pulled in and swallowed due to its...

Chinese, in the Eyes of Westerners

What do you think about when you think of a Chinese person? That they know kungfu? That they push in line? There are many...

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Hong Kong Sentences Democracy Activists for Violating ‘National Security’ Law

On Dec. 2, a Hong Kong court sentenced pro-democracy leaders Joshua Wong,  Ivam Lam, and Agnes Chow Ting to 13.5 months, 7 months, and...

Daimler Announces Plan to Manufacture Engines in China, Forgoing German Production

Stuttgart-based auto giant Daimler announced on Nov. 20 plans to begin joint production of hundreds of thousands of next-generation combustion engines for use in...

William Stanton, a Retired American Diplomat Who Is in Love With Taiwan 

William Stanton, former director of the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) and current Vice President of the National Yang Ming University, remained in Taiwan...

New Report Highlights North Korea’s Persecution of Religious Believers

A recent report by the Korea Future Initiative has brought attention to the horrible religious rights violations taking place in North Korea. Titled Persecuting...