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  • Salt of the Earth

    2009-10-28 11:11

    During our recent trip to Shaanxi province, we were amazed by the improved living conditions in the countryside.

  • Good vs evil

    2009-11-11 11:03

    In the eyes of Professor Hans Kueng, Chinese culture is the "longest surviving high culture in the world".

  • Soldiers of truth

    2009-11-24 11:00

    China hands are in demand today in the United States, with relations between the two countries becoming entwined ever tighter.

  • Putting nations in perspective

    2009-11-24 10:14

    John Keay says when he was asked to write a major history of China he thought the idea was absurd and told his publisher this. "I said I didn't speak a word of Chinese and Chinese history is impenetrable to Western audiences.

  • US mom looking to write a book

    2009-11-19 10:57

    After reading the story about her adopted Chinese son (Looking for answers) in the Oct 29 edition of China Daily, the mother Julia Norris from Maryland says she is relieved to note that overseas adoptees are attracting attention in their Motherland.

  • Whither the gutsy woman?

    2009-11-18 11:01

    Liu Daoyan (left) meets Yang Mei again at the mountainous village of Huangqiao in Quizhou province.

  • Regrets of a lost youth

    2009-11-18 10:42

    Soon after Pang Youxiong arrived in Shifeng, the tiny village where he would spend the next three years of his life learning how to plant rice and vegetables and chop wood, he fell ill and had to leave.

  • Account of an era

    2009-11-18 10:39

    Zhang Xianyong offers some money to villagers in Miaotian, Guizhou province, to repay them for their help 40 years ago when he was sent to the countryside during the "cultural revolution". It was, he says, the toughest time of his life.

  • 'Life is the same everywhere'

    2009-11-18 10:36

    Forty years ago Wu Peihua left Shanghai with about 100 other youths to work in a Guizhou province village and never returned because she married a farmer.

  • On the Monkey's trail

    2009-11-10 14:32

    "Every conversation I had with people about China, about literature and about what I knew of China would always at some point hit the Journey to the West and always hit the monkey," he says.

  • Like mom, like sons

    2009-11-06 10:35

    Jamie and Bobby Deen have followed in the footsteps of their mother, American television cooking personality Paula Deen, and launched their third cookbook.

  • Harbingers of hope

    2009-11-05 11:38

    Zhang Yong with Sudan boys. The 52-year-old was the only Chinese high-ranking commander to join overseas peacekeeping missions."Safety was my priority, for we were in charge of most of the transportation and maintenance assignments in the UN's mission in Sudan," Zhang says.

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