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Chinese archaeologists worked at more than 2,000 sites in 2016, and experts have selected the 10 best ones.
How important Chinese Americans were to the wealth of Stanford University, from the immigrant workers who built Leland Stanford’s Central Pacific Railroad to those who worked on the Stanford family farm and later the university, is the focus of a new exhibition at the California school.
The list of the top 10 archaeological discoveries in China for 2015 has been issued in Beijing. The finds on the list cover a time span that ranges from the Paleolithic period to the First Sino-Japanese War in the 19th century.
Pieces found during dig at Hubei tomb complex show influence from past masters, experts say, Lei Xiaoxun, Zhou Lihua and Liu Kun report.
The Chinese victory in a remote mountainous spot in southwestern China signaled the turning of the tide and the start of the endgame for the Japanese occupation of the country, as He Na reports from Tengchong, Yunnan province.
Chopsticks have been around for thousands of years and represent one of the most quintessential symbols of Asian cultures. Yet when Qingjia Edward Wang looked for information on the utensils to share with his young son, he found very little in English and only a few books in Japanese and Chinese.