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  • Cupid's special agent takes aim at lovelies

    2010-06-23 10:14

    Worker for matchmaking company scours shops and the subway for ladies with je ne sais quo.

  • Savoring life in the slow lane

    2010-06-22 09:57

    Building earthquake-resistant houses by day and a vocal-performance career by night, Angela Renzetti is discovering the spice of life in Chengdu - a city celebrated for its fiery food and mild manners.

  • Witch Man' casts spell on the fashion world

    2010-06-22 10:27

    Han Huohuo, a project manager with the Chinese edition of Marie Claire, has built a glossy reputation since his photographs were featured on popular fashion websites such as the Vogue magazine-hosted Style.com.

  • Fashionable lawyer a law unto himself

    2010-06-22 10:27

    Tao Jingzhou, hailed in the early 1980s as the first Chinese person to work at a French law firm, is almost as well known for his fashion smarts as he is for his legal mind.

  • Never too late

    2010-06-22 10:12

    Once a 'young intellectual' dispatched to the countryside for her re-education, a 59-year-old woman decides to embrace life's second spring by putting herself under the knife.

  • New homes, fresh start, old memories

    2010-06-21 09:09

    A young man boarded a ship in Chongqing's Yunyang county to travel to his new home on Chongming Island in Shanghai.

  • Gaining a foothold

    2010-06-21 09:07

    Those resettled from the Three Gorges area in Shanghai are slowly overcoming language and food obstacles to make a new life.

  • My father, Ji Xianlin

    2010-06-19 09:16

    Few would have known that the "Master of Chinese Culture" Ji Xianlin (1911-2009) had a son, were it not for two bizarre burglaries involving huge collections of calligraphy, paintings, from his residence in Peking University, shortly before and after his death in 2009.

  • A Dad like no other

    2010-06-19 09:15

    Chinese actor, director and anchorman Ying Da says that he never sent any gift to his father Ying Ruocheng (1929-2003), the famous actor, translator and once vice-minister of culture, nor did he receive any gift from his father.

  • Grasping the intangible

    2010-06-17 10:32

    While a UNESCO listing is giving a big push to the preservation of traditional arts and crafts, fewer youngsters are taking to them.

  • The man who died with a baton in his hand

    2010-06-17 10:31

    He stood on stage, baton in hand. He could feel the energy of the marching music course through his body.

  • Setting the stage for success

    2010-06-14 10:15

    The originator of the highly acclaimed Impression shows Mei Shuaiyuan is still creatively inspired by the country's folklore and stunning scenery. Mei Jia reports

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