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The Chinese Currency

 

The Chinese Currency

The official currency in China is the Renminbi (RMB or CNY - Chinese yuan), which consists of yuan, jiao and fen. 10 jiao make up 1 yuan, and 10 fens make up 1 jiao.

Socialist Realism Art in China

 

Socialist Realism Art in China

The People's Republic of China was established on October 1, 1949. The then new government set about creating a new art for the new nation. Art was only in service to nation building. From roughly the 1950's to the1970's, artists were told what they could and could not paint.

Three Decades of Children’s Consumer Experience

 

Three Decades of Children’s Consumer Experience

A spread features writers recalling their childhoods in China, from the ’60s through the ’80s. These brief essays follow the thread of China’s modernization and opening up, from the simple, hopeful lives of the Cultural Revolution to the first big influx of products

Popular Catchphrases in China

 

Popular Catchphrases in China

A look now at some of the popular catchphrases used across China, some of these words have, perhaps, originated online or from other dialects. Let's see what you can learn about from these popular catchphrases in China.

Chinese Zodiac Horoscope for 2010 – Year of the Tiger

 

Chinese Zodiac Horoscope for 2010 – Year of the Tiger

2010 is the year of the Tiger. No, it has nothing to do with stock market trends. It does however tell a little about your fortunes

Occupying seats in Chinese universities

 

Occupying seats in Chinese universities

Innovative university students invent incredible strategies to book the seats before the class.


 

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