Why China Love China
  • Why China Love China -- Yang Dexin from Vietnam

    Hey everyone, I'm Yang Dexin, a master's student in International Education of Chinese at Renmin University of China. I have a lot of hobbies, but my favorite ones are playing guitar and shooting videos. I hope to use my camera to capture the beauty of the world and share it with others. I also hope to use my videos to spread positive messages and brighten people's days.

  • 【Why China Love China】—— Felicia from Sweden

    Today I'm going to see a friend. She's from Sweden. But she has lived in China for many years. And she speaks perfect Mandarin. Let's go and see how deep is her love for China.In Sweden, there is a tradition called ‘7 biscuits’, this tradition is centuries old. When hosting guests, you must serve 7 biscuits and some other treats. The tradition is so well-known that there is even a book about it.Let’s

  • 【Why China Love China】Jimmy: China is my home after a long journey

    Pakistan has a long and strong relationship with China. The long-standing ties between the two countries have been mutually beneficial.Pakistan was among the first countries to join the China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). As a flagship BRI project, the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) saw tangible results in the past years.Jimmy(Cheng Nuo) is from pakistan, now he is studying at Renmin

  • Why China Love China -- Yang Dexin from Vietnam

    Why China Love China -- Yang Dexin from VietnamHey everyone, I'm Yang Dexin, a master's student in International Education of Chinese at Renmin University of China. I have a lot of hobbies, but my favorite ones are playing guitar and shooting videos. I hope to use my camera to capture the beauty of the world and share it with others. I also hope to use my videos to spread positive messages and brighten

  • Usonaj kafkultivistoj enradikiĝantaj en Yunnan

    Antaŭ multaj jaroj, usonano Martin kaj liaj amikoj venis al Pu'er, Yunnan, kaj malkovris ke ekzistas granda potencialo por kultivi kafarbojn ĉi tie.

  • At Home In China —— Ulla Nurmenniemi

    Ulla Nurmenniemi is the Executive Director of the Finnish Chamber of Commerce, developing a deep affinity for China during her first visit in the 1990s.