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Not An Outsider EP9 | Ghana entrepreneur fulfills e-commerce ambition in Hangzhou: Everyone can achieve 'Chinese Dream'

"Before I came to China, my friends around me would often talk about the 'American Dream' as if there was gold everywhere. Now that I have been in China for almost 10 years, I have witnessed the rapid social and economic changes in China, and achieving the 'Chinese Dream' has become our family's biggest goal," said Viktor Owusu, a 38-year-old entrepreneur from Ghana.

Not An Outsider EP8 | Pakistani researcher dreams of reviving agriculture by bringing China's advanced tech back home

"I'm from Pakistan, and people here call me 'Batie', a loyal friend of China. You can call me Ali." When DotDotNews' reporter met Anwar Ali for the first time, he introduced himself in Chinese. Ali, 33, came to conduct post-doctoral research on vegetables at the Shandong Academy of Agricultural Sciences in April 2021, with a focus on molecular breeding of cabbage.

Not An Outsider EP7 | Disabled US scholar boosts China's microbiology research globally: We are family

Dr. Christopher Rensing, 58, is one of the world's leading microbiologists. Earlier this year, he was elected as a Fellow of the American Academy of Microbiology for 2021. In 1998, he was diagnosed with a neurodegenerative disease, and as his condition worsened, he had to use an electric wheelchair.

Not An Outsider | Stories behind Beijing Winter Olympic badges (EP5): Finnish girl introduces Four Treasures of Study

In this episode, Anna, a 6-year-old half-Chinese-half-Finnish girl, uses Finnish language to introduce the Four Treasures of Study to us. She also writes down her best wishes to the Beijing Winter Olympics with a brush.

Not An Outsider | Stories behind Beijing Winter Olympic badges (EP4): Understanding Chinese mythology of Jingwei vividly

In this episode, Luke Wilton, a half-Chinese-half-English boy growing up in Northeast China, is not only familiar with all kinds of Winter Olympic sports, but also fascinated by the Chinese mythological story behind the badge "The Bird Jingwei Tried to Fill the Sea".

Not An Outsider | Stories behind Beijing Winter Olympic badges (EP3): Understanding Chinese mythology of Nüwa vividly

In this episode, Anna Grasby, an 8-year-old half-Chinese-half-English girl born and bred in Hong Kong, tells us the Chinese mythological story behind the badge "Goddess Nüwa Patches Up the Sky" vividly. Watch the video to learn more about the magical story in the most adorable way.

Not An Outsider | Stories behind Beijing Winter Olympic badges (EP2): Understanding Chinese mythology of Pangu in Greek

In this episode, Harley Strangas, a 3-year-old half-Chinese-half-Greek boy from Shanghai, tells us the Chinese mythological story behind the badge "Pangu Separates the Sky from the Earth". Watch the video to learn more about the magical story in a Greek tone.

Not An Outsider | Stories behind Beijing Winter Olympic badges (EP1): What are 6 major traditional Chinese sports?

With the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics already in full swing, its badges have been receiving worldwide attention and sweeping popularity. Among them, Anna Grasby and William Grasby, the half-Chinese-half-English siblings born and bred in Hong Kong, are particularly interested in the "Traditional Chinese Sports" badge series.

Not An Outsider EP6 | African volunteer Mariatu: China was the first to support my country and I am glad to give back

"Even if I come from a small country, from a poor family, as long as I have talent and love, China will give me the opportunity to showcase it, to be on stage, to participate in competitions, to be the first foreign girl in the world to do the 'Bian Lian' (face-changing in Sichuan opera), and even to perform for world leaders. These are no longer distant dreams, but my inspiration and passion in reality," said Mariatu Kargbo, a singer and actress from Sierra Leone, who has a deep love for China after winning the annual "Xingguang Dadao" competition in 2007.

Not An Outsider EP5 | Italian KOL: "I want to make China's anti-epidemic efforts known by the whole world"

A cup of traditional Italian espresso and a slice of buttered Dabing (Northeastern Chinese pancake): That's how Mario Cavolo, an Italian American living in China for 20 years, starts his ordinary morning. "I start my day in the blended culture," Cavolo said, with a sip of the hometown taste in the distant, oriental land.

Not An Outsider EP4 | Russian Merited Artist witnesses 'China speed': All I have is admiration

As a Russian Merited Artist over 70 years old, Ivan Danilov has a unique passion for China. Since 2005, Danilov has been coming all the way from Russia to China to paint his works four times annually. In Harbin, he has already created more than 300 oil paintings.

Not An Outsider EP3 | Foreign assistant from Luxembourg: China's poverty alleviation is 'teaching people to fish'

How to define an "outsider"? Well, certainly not someone who is working so hard to improve local people's livelihood. In 2018, Nick, a retired police officer from Luxembourg, volunteered for the first time in Zhadong Village.

Not An Outsider EP2 | English teacher and YouTuber keen to speak out for China on international affairs

“I could walk down the street one week, and a week later I walked down the same street, and there's a new building. The rate of change and the pace of building and development in China is truly breathtaking” Barrie has lived in Guilin, China for seven years, and defines the country as his home.

Not An Outsider EP1 | 17 years in China, Canadian musician calls himself "most Chinese foreigner worldwide"

Having been living in China for 17 years, David works as an English teacher and songwriter. Watch the video to find out more stories about David Clink, a Canadian calling himself the "most Chinese foreigner in the world".
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