Chinese culture

New York Jew in China : Exploring Chinese society

New York Jew in China : Exploring Chinese society

A Yiddish speaking New York Jew reporter Ross (Shmuel) Perlin covers China in a series of terrific videos discussing China…

8 years ago
Chinese Red Army Orchestra Vintage Lipsynced Parodies

Chinese Red Army Orchestra Vintage Lipsynced Parodies

  Taking the net by a storm are videos of the Chinese Red Army lipsynced to popular modern, and many…

9 years ago
Bian lian – Sichuan’s Face Changing Mask Performing Art

Bian lian – Sichuan’s Face Changing Mask Performing Art

Based in China's Sichuan province and originally performed as part of Chinese Opera is the beautiful performing art of face-mask…

10 years ago
Celebrating Tin Hau Festival in Hong Kong

Celebrating Tin Hau Festival in Hong Kong

Tin Hau - Goddess of the sea, better know in Taiwan as Matzu (媽祖 Māzǔ), is one of the most…

10 years ago
Chinese and Cantonese Opera at HK

Chinese and Cantonese Opera at HK

Till HK, my encounters with Chinese opera amounted to a short opera class in China Town Singapore ... To sum…

10 years ago
Tainan’s 2008 Dragon Boat Festival

Tainan’s 2008 Dragon Boat Festival

Tainan's 2008 Dragon Boat Festival was held yesterday at the Anping Tainan Canal with both the NCKU IIMBA students and…

11 years ago
Tainan celebrates freedom with the Koxinga cultural festival

Tainan celebrates freedom with the Koxinga cultural festival

347 is a special number, Buddha knows why, so Tainan decided 347 years for Koxinga's conquest of Taiwan is a…

11 years ago
A-Mei Zhang Hui 張惠妹 : Aboriginal Taiwanese Mando-Pop music

A-Mei Zhang Hui 張惠妹 : Aboriginal Taiwanese Mando-Pop music

This is the 4th post on the topic of Taiwanese music and musicians. Previous posts include : Mandarin Chinese music…

11 years ago

Visiting the Taiwanese Chinese medicine doctor – Eastern medicine in Taiwan

My health since I've arrived in Tainan has been on a terrible up and down rollercoaster. Almost every month I…

11 years ago

Ghost money burning : Gods worshiped at Tainan-Taiwan

Money burning is a long long tradition of the Taiwanese people, being an inherent practice in many Chinese culture rituals.…

12 years ago
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