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Beijing band Namo, that brings a fresh sound by mixing rock with Chinese traditional music influences, is celebrating its ten-year anniversary this year.
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How Peppa Pig became the victim of thousands of "trademark squatters" in China.
The show, that tells Chinese tourists not to defecate in the streets, has been denounced by the Chinese Embassy in Sweden.
Three Chinese blockbusters & two films touching upon gender issues; these Chinese films at Busan are definitely worth watching.
"How could such a study be published in a renowned scientific publication?," some wonder.
Swedish police drag Chinese tourists out of hotel - some call them thugs, but others say it is the Chinese who were misbehaving.
These are the Chinese films that have been nominated for the Busan Film Festival.
The best ways to use Tiger Balm according to Chinese social media users.
These are the three Chinese female rappers to watch this year.
China's electronic dance music: it's status-quo, future, and why social media is key.
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