Center for Refugees in Chungking Mansions burnt down in fire, calling for aid to rebuild
An incident in Christian Action – Centre for Refugees in Chungking Mansions, Hong Kong, was burnt into ruins. The fire was caused by a short circuit in the air conditioner. The center was severely damaged, fortunately no one was injured in the fire.
OMG | Amazing Sugar Painting in China
Sugar painting is a form of traditional Chinese folk art using hot, liquid sugar to create two-dimensional objects on a marble or metal surface. The painter uses sugar as a raw material for modeling, and a spoon and a shovel as the only tool.
Exclusive | Mainland student in HK addresses Gaps, Self-identification & Misunderstandings
During the social unrest sweeping across Hong Kong in 2019, many people were afraid to speak out their different opinions because of the potential hazards. But fortunately, there have been some courageous voices breaking the silence, hoping to build a dialogue platform which bridges the gap between local students in HK and students from mainland China through sincere communication. Zhang Ting, a PhD candidate of the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK), is one of them.
OMG | Chinese folk musician: a song for Chinese doctors fighting pandemic
"Singing is my life and my life is singing, just like other veteran folk artists living in rural areas. Even when they are speaking, you feel like they are singing." says Zhang Gasong
OMG | Amazing! Lifelike 3D Chinese paintings
Chinese painting is one of the oldest artistic traditions in the world. In Chinese, painting in the traditional style is known as Guohua，meaning "national painting" or "native painting." Traditional painting involves essentially the same techniques as calligraphy and is done with a brush dipped in black ink or colored pigments; oils are not used. Like calligraphy, the most popular materials as the base of paintings
are paper and silk.
OMG | China's hidden gem: Basum Tso Lake
Basum Tso Lake, also called Cuogao Lake, meaning green water in Tibetan, is a fantastic lake hidden among the mountains and valleys of Gongbo'gyamda County, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, at an altitude of 3,480 meters. Covering an area of 27 square kilometers, Basum Tso Lake spreads like a huge crescent.
Exploring Colleges in Greater Bay Area: ‘Hogwarts in China’
In Guangdong, there's a highly valued polytechnic university with impressive British-style architectures. Students call it the “Guangdong version of Hogwarts" DotDotNews reporter recently visited the Guangzhou International Campus of South China University of Technology (SCUT) to explore this glamorous campus.
OMG | Incredible Chinese acrobatic girl
The history of acrobatics in China can be traced back to Neolithic times. It is believed that acrobatics grew out of the labor and self-defense skills that people practiced and demonstrated during their leisure time.
100 Ways to Drool | Chaotian Pot: A way to savor the taste of Shandong
The Chaotian Pot, a hot-pot dish originated in the folk morning market in Weifang, Shandong Province in northern China, has a history dating back to the Qianlong period of the Qing Dynasty and is related to Zheng Banqiao.
OMG | Gigantic! Iconic ‘Teapot’ in China Guizhou Province
The "World's First Teapot" is located in Tianhu Park in Meitan County, Zunyi, Guizhou Province, China.
OMG | Qingxu Cave: the largest natural bridge in China
Qingxu Cave formerly known as chuan cave, also known as the big cave, is located in Bijie City, Guizhou Province, Dafang County, in Yangchang Town, 1.5 km from the Qing Bi Road.
OMG | China's hidden gem: Enshi Grand Canyon
Wedged among Hunan Province, Chongqing Municipal, and Hubei Province, the Grand Canyon Scenic Spot in Enshi, China, is the most lovely stretch of Qingjiang River Basin and crowned as the most beautiful canyon throughout the world.
OMG | The beauty of East China, Suzhou embroidery art
Su embroidery (苏绣) is the most celebrated of the four main styles of Chinese silk embroidery, originating from Suzhou and surrounding towns of Jiangsu province.
OMG | China's hidden gem: Salt lake Dongtaijinaier in Qinghai
The Dongtaijinaier lake is located in the hinterland of China's Qaidam Basin. The lake's color is bright green due to the high copper content, and the shore is covered with white crystals. Around the lake is a large area of the Yadan landscape. The road runs through the middle of the lake, and it is best not to touch the lake by hand due to the high salt content.
OMG | A hidden love story: Meiling Palace
A hidden gem of the Zhongshan Mountain, the former Nationalist Party Chairman Residence, Meiling Palace, catches tourists by its historical setting, grand architecture and attention to detail.