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Running vs Tai Chi

For centuries, exercise in China has been defined by Taoist principles, but such notions are losing traction, especially among the young. Can traditions such as Tai Chi keep pace with newer Western forms of fitness? This multi-media feature by Stephy … Continue reading

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Li Ning lights China’s Olympic flame

Chinese retailer Li Ning (李宁) is the biggest winner of the 2008 Beijing Olympics so far, after its founder and chairman – whose name the company bears – lit the cauldron at the final act of last night’s opening ceremony.

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Chiang Ching-Kuo’s three betrayals

The coverline of latest Vista (看天下) is about JIang Jingguo’s (蒋经国) three betrayals.

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