China / Expats experts

Young Afghan teaches Shaolin wushu

[2017-02-04 07:09]

Sima Azimi frowns as she pirouettes in the snow, suspended for a moment against the sky on a hill overlooking Kabul and above the conservatism of contemporary Afghanistan.

Molecular scientist chases ideas, knowledge in China

[2017-01-06 08:24]

You probably don't know Philipp Kapranov, but he knows a lot about what's inside you.

Weaving dreams

[2016-12-23 07:56]

Abdul Latif Khan has brought his expertise in carpets from Pakistan to Northwest China.

Lighting the world

[2016-10-14 10:24]

German physicist Peter Grunberg, co-winner of a Nobel, not only inspires Chinese researchers but also plays ping-pong with them, Liu Xiangrui reports.

Gifts of the heart

[2016-09-02 07:23]

American woman in China, who has worked in Harbin, Chengdu and Tianjin, speaks on volunteering. Liu Xiangrui reports ahead of the country's first National Charity Day.

Chronicling urban transformation

[2016-06-17 07:55]

A Belgian business strategist who came to Beijing more than three decades ago has found time to maintain a photographic record of the changes in the Chinese capital.

China in his words

[2016-08-12 09:10]

A British copy editor has come all the way from Leeds to Beijing, with a stint in Pyongyang. Liu Xiangrui reports.

Witness to history

[2016-07-01 07:54]

Isabel Crook has spent decades in China closely observing major events.

Law man

[2016-07-15 09:09]

Eugene Clark brings an international legal perspective to many China projects and institutions, Liu Xiangrui reports.

A swahili spring

[2016-07-29 07:35]

China always made Fadhhili Mpunji curious. The 42-year-old journalist from Tanzania was familiar with Chinese during his childhood: They stayed in his hometown to help operate a railway built by a Chinese company in the late 1970s.

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