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Hong Kong Bakery’s Mooncakes Carry Protest Movement Slogans
HONG KONG—A Hong Kong bakery is doing its part to support the city's pro-democracy protest movement by making mooncakes with a message. At Wah Yee Tang, the traditional Chinese harvest ...
August 19, 2019
The Associated Press
‘Hong Kong Withstand’: Comic Artist Uses Brush to Support Hong Kong Protesters
The image has become an emblem of the Hong Kong protests: A young woman wielding a yellow umbrella ...
July 26, 2019
Hong Kong Artist Wields a Paintbrush at Hong Kong Mass Protests
HONG KONG—For 53-year-old Perry Dino, a paintbrush and canvas are weapons for opposing the Hong Kong government as ...
June 29, 2019
Bao Xuan’s Magical Encounter
Bao Xuan came from an impoverished family during the Western Han Dynasty, 2,000 years ago. His mentor appreciated ...
January 7, 2019
Dissident Cartoonist Cancels Hong Kong Show After China ‘Threats’
HONG KONG—Hong Kong organizers of an exhibition by a dissident Chinese-Australian cartoonist, a persistent thorn in the side ...
November 2, 2018
Powerful Chinese Character ‘Mie’ for Eliminate
The Chinese character 滅 (mie) means eliminate, extinguish, or destroy. Within this character, the ancient Chinese philosophy of ...
May 23, 2017
Cangjie Practices Fortune-telling in a Chinese Man’s Dream
A 38-year-old Chinese from Chong Qing city met Cangjie in his dream. Cangjie taught him the art of ...
May 18, 2017
The Simple Logic of ‘xin’ for Trust
When used as a noun, 信 (xin) refers to a written communication, letter, message or information. When used ...
May 6, 2017
The Chinese Character for Love, With and Without a Heart
New Tang Dynasty Television recently broadcast news about over 100 Taiwanese entrepreneurs living in Shanghai who went back ...
May 3, 2017
Mrs Hong Kong and Mr Japan
Recently I read an article in a local Hong Kong newspaper. The author, a Hong Kong lady, said ...
April 30, 2017
Chinese Character for Military Reveals the Art of War
Not long after Donald Trump became president of the United States, he authorized a military strike on a ...
April 25, 2017
One of My Favorite Chinese Characters
One of the Chinese characters I like most is 安 (an), which refers to safety, peace, serenity, comfort, ...
March 29, 2017
The Profundity of the Character ‘listen’ in Chinese
We recently chatted with a French gentleman who works in Hong Kong, and he talked about what he ...
March 7, 2017
Luminous J.M.W. Turner Paintings in Fresh Context at The Frick
NEW YORK—Land and sea, sky and sun, fascinated the great British painter, Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775–1851). He ...
February 27, 2017
Why Do Chinese Men Call Their Wives ‘Lees and Bran’ (Zaokang)?
Zao means lees, the residue from the process of wine making. Kang means bran, the leftover coating of ...
February 20, 2017
A Game Changer in Women’s Fashion: Merin Guthrie’s Kit
Like an alchemist, founder of Kit, Merin Guthrie has created an antidote to standard sizing and to throwaway ...
October 8, 2016
CD Review: ‘Shakespeare Songs’
Grammy winners Ian Bostridge and Sir Antonio Pappano have collaborated on an exceptional new album, “Shakespeare Songs.”
September 25, 2016
European Art and the Influence of the French Academies
Apart from the École des Beaux-Arts, there were other important and influential academy schools. Many of them, including ...
September 23, 2016
Kara Lysandra Ross
Traditional Fire Dragon Dance Brings Back Mid-Autumn Festival Spirit
HONG KONG—The Mid-Autumn Festival, also known as the Reunion Festival, is one of the most important festivals celebrated by ...
September 21, 2016
Tailoring Is Art at Sartoria Eleganza
NEW YORK—"Sartoria Eleganza" has a nice ring to it. In Italian, "sartoria" means tailoring and "eleganza," elegance. Nick ...
September 16, 2016
Canada’s Largest Literary Festival Returns in Celebration of the Written Word
TORONTO—The Word On The Street, Canada's largest annual book and magazine festival, returns this year with a newfound ...
September 16, 2016
In Its Asian Tour Debut, Shen Yun Symphony Orchestra Amazes Japanese Radio Host
TOKYO, Japan—With much excitement and anticipation, Shen Yun Symphony Orchestra officially began its 2016 season with a matinee ...
September 15, 2016
Epoch Times Staff
The Inspiring Sounds of Jazz Singer Kate McGarry
Kate McGarry may have moved from New York to North Carolina but she began her set at Jazz ...
August 7, 2016
Shen Yun Symphony Orchestra’s First Asian Tour
New York-based Shen Yun Symphony Orchestra, which blends the spirit of Chinese music with the power of a ...
July 15, 2016
Composer William Vollinger: The Classics Keep Artists Humble
Composer William Vollinger writes deeply humane works: Hearing his song for soprano and clarinet, "The Child in the ...
July 12, 2016
Former Middletown Alderman Writes Fantasy Book Series
MIDDLETOWN—Move over, J.K. Rowling, a new fantasy series is on the way. Raymond Depew has completed four novellas ...
June 15, 2016
The Sykes-Picot Agreement and the Making of the Modern Middle East
The Sykes-Picot Agreement created the modern Middle East.
May 14, 2016
Aaron W. Hughes
Senate Fails to Override Trump Veto Over Funding for Border Wall
Juul Stops Sales of Fruit, Dessert Flavors of E-cigarettes, as Number of Lung-Illnesses Rise
Sen. Sasse Wants a Vote on Protecting Church Tax-Exemptions
Opioid Epidemic Cost US Economy $631 Billion Over 4 Years, New Study Says
Paul Blocks Senate Vote on House-Passed Resolution Criticizing American Withdrawal From Syria
2020 Dems Want to Spend $40 Trillion, but Their Tax Hikes Would Raise Only $4 Trillion
‘It Will Make You Physically Sick:’ Professor Recounts Probe Into Organ Harvesting in China
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