The Shanghai Morning Post reported on that Shanghai is going to introduce its so-called "elevated railway" system into the city, with transparent carriages meant to provide passengers with an unobstructed 360 degree view of the city. The "Sky-train" is a rapid transit railway with tracks above ...
The 2015-2016 China-Canada Year of People-to-People and Cultural Exchanges has been launched in Vancouver, Canada on April 13, 2015 coinciding with the 45th anniversary of the establishment of #China - #Canada diplomatic relations and the 10th anniversary of the two countries' strategic partnership. Cultural exchange and co-operation play a key role in enhancing mutual understanding between people and in promoting the value of Canada’s relationship with China.
It’s #TBT! #DidYouKnow that #China was the first nation to discover and drink tea as a beverage. China has cultivated tea for over 2000 years. One legend claims that the discovery of tea occurred in 2737 BC by the Emperor of China. The character for “tea” emerged in approximately the Tang Dynasty (618-907). When Lu Yu (the Sage of Tea) compiled his masterpiece, The Classic of Tea, he decided that it was necessary for tea to have a unified term. At this time the Chinese character 茶 (cha) was adopted, and it has been in use ever since.
Did you know that over 70% of China's population uses the same 45 family names? The top ten surnames used by about 40% of Chinese: Zhang, Wang, Li, Zhao, Chen, Yang, Wu, Liu, Huang, and Zhou. #InterestingFacts#China
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