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Chinese Names of Celebrities
Learn the Chinese name for Rihanna.

Chinese Names of Celebrities
Learn the Chinese name for Will Smith.

Chinese Names of Celebrities
Learn the Chinese name for David Beckham.

Chinese Names of Celebrities
Learn the Chinese name for Demi Lovato.

Chinese Names of Celebrities
Learn the Chinese name for Justin Timberlake.

Chinese Names of Celebrities
Learn the Chinese name for David Letterman.

Chinese Names of Celebrities
Learn the Chinese name for Avril Lavigne.

Chinese Names of Celebrities
Learn the Chinese name for Beyonce Knowles.

Chinese Names of Celebrities
Learn the Chinese name for Catherine Zeta-Jones.

Chinese Names of Celebrities
Learn the Chinese name for Emma Watson.

Chinese Names of Celebrities
Learn the Chinese name for Miley Cyrus.

Chinese Names of Celebrities
Learn the Chinese name for Naomi Campbell.

Chinese Names of Celebrities
Learn the Chinese name for Rachel Bilson.

Chinese Names of Celebrities
Learn the Chinese name for Carrie Underwood.

Chinese Names of Celebrities
Learn the Chinese name for Taylor Swift.

Chinese Names of Celebrities
Learn the Chinese name for Kourtney Kardashian.

Chinese Names of Celebrities
Learn the Chinese name for Angelina Jolie.

Chinese Names of Celebrities
Learn the Chinese name for Jimmy Fallon.

Chinese Name: Zach
Chinese name including Chinese characters and pinyin for English name Zach.

Chinese Flower: Hibiscus
The hibiscus is a popular Chinese flower.

Chinese Flower: Iris
The iris is an important and popular Chinese flower.

Chinese Athletes: Lin Dan
Nicknamed

Chinese Writers - Yu Hua
Yu Hua is a Chinese writer best known for his book, To Live.

Chinese Holidays - Wei Ma and Ma
Learn when and how Wei Ma is performed in Chinese Culture.

Chinese Wedding Decorations
Learn what Chinese wedding decorations are used at Chinese weddings.

Dragon Boat Festival – Egg Standing Contests
One of the traditional pastimes during the Dragon Boat Festival is the egg standing contest. Learn the tricks of egg standing.

Chinese Wedding Favors
Learn what kinds of Chinese wedding favors are given out at Chinese weddings.

Chinese Wedding Flowers
Learn which flowers are the best Chinese wedding flowers.

Chinese Wedding Invitations
See Chinese wedding invitations and learn what goes on Chinese wedding invitations.

Chinese Wedding Pictures
Chinese wedding pictures are an integral part of Chinese weddings.

Daily Chinese Horoscope 2012
See your Daily Chinese Horoscope for 2012.

Chinese Flower: Chrysanthemum
Learn about the chrysanthemum, an important Chinese flower.

Chinese Horoscope - August 2012
Your daily Chinese horoscope for August 2012.

Chinese Rock Music
Rock music in China has been popular since the early 1980s when reforms opened up the country to Western products and culture. Artist Cui Jian, is known as the father of Chinese Rock music.

Law in China
Chinese Culture.

Chinese Music
The music of China is as diverse as the country itself. Popular genres include everything from Peking opera to rap music.

Chinese TV: Chinese TV Shows
Learn about Chinese TV shows and Chinese dramas. Learn what Chinese TV shows are must see TV in China, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan.

Art in China
Chinese Culture.

Chinese Cuisine
Chinese Culture.

Fujian Province China - Profile of Fujian Province, China
A brief description of China's Fujian Province

Hebei Province China - Profile of Hebei Province, China
A brief description of China's Hebei Province

China Blogs
English language China blogs allow readers to get the inside scoop on China or a new perspective on life in China. Many China blogs are written by journalists and foreigners living in China and overseas Chinese living outside China. While hundreds of China blogs exist, here are a few worth reading.

Chinese Holidays: Borrowing Wealth from Guanyin
Borrowing Wealth from Guanyin is held on Jan. 26 (Mar. 1, 2011) of the lunar calendar in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan. The festival is based on a Chinese legend about Guanyin, the goddess of mercy.

Chinese New Year: Where to Countdown the New Year in Taipei
From night clubs to Taipei 101, there are many places to countdown to the New Year in Taipei.

Chinese New Year: Bombarding Master Handan
In Taitung in Southern Taiwan, the locals celebrate the Lantern Festival by throwing firecrackers at Master Handan, a shirtless man. Legend says the celebration became an annual custom when it coincidentally got rid of infectious diseases that plagued Taitung at the time. Others simply believe the heat and smoke from the fireworks may have stopped the spread of disease.

Chinese New Year: Kitchen God
The Kitchen God is assigned by Yu Huang, the emperor of heaven, to watch over each family and record what they do throughout the year. A paper picture of the Kitchen God is hung in a prominent location in the kitchen.

Chinese New Year: Taipei City Lantern Festival
The annual Taipei City Lantern Festival features lanterns of all shapes and sizes. From lanterns shaped as animals, flowers, people, and other objects to animated lanterns that tell traditional stories with themes of filial piety and other traditional themes, there are lanterns for everyone.

Mahjong: Mahjong Sets
Similar to poker, the goal in mahjong is to get the highest combination of tiles, called sets. In order to win, a player must have five sets of three tiles each (any combination of straights and three-of-a-kinds is fine) and one pair from any suit. A player can also win with one four-of-a-kind, four sets of three tiles each, and one pair from any suit (while this would equal 18 tiles, a four-of-a-kind is counted as one set of three tiles).

Expo 2010 Shanghai: Location, Layout and How to Get to the Expo
Learn where Expo 2010 Shanghai is located, how it's organized and how to get to Expo 2010 Shanghai.

FAQ about the World's Fair
Since the first international exposition in London in 1851, the world has continued to gather together to share ideas, present innovations and celebrate the future. Expo 2010 Shanghai is the latest World's Fair. Over 200 countries are participating and 70 million visitors are expected to attend the Expo.

Hou Bo
Hou Bo was one of the official photographers of Mao Zedong.

Chinese Art: Beijing Art Galleries
Art galleries are spread out across Beijing but there are two art areas: Caochangdi and Dashanzi 798 Art District. These special art areas have dozens of galleries worth seeking out. Even if you can't make a trip to China, you can still enjoy Chinese art by visiting the online galleries of these art galleries.

Chinese Art: Taipei Art Galleries
Taipei has a vibrant art scene promoting with art galleries throughout the capital.

Asian Games: FAQ
The Guangzhou Asian Games 2010 is taking place in Guangzhou, the capital of Guangdong province. The Asian Games are held every four years. Over 9,000 athletes from 45 countries are competing in 42 sports ranging from soccer and gymnastics to chess and wushu. The Asian Games continue through Nov. 27.

Chinese History: Eighth Five-Year Plan (1991-1995)
The Eighth Five-Year Plan (1991-1995) marked the beginning of a phase of renewed economic reform under the leadership of Deng Xiaoping. After the Tiananmen Incident in June 1989, in which the government brutally suppressed pro-democracy demonstrations, conservatives in the Communist Party leadership called for a slowdown of economic reforms. They argued that inflation and corruption caused by economic liberalization were the root cause of the student demonstrations.

Chinese History: Sixth Five-Year Plan (1980-1985)
The Sixth Five-Year Plan (1980-1985) was created as part of the Ten Year National Economic Development Plan for 1976-1985 but was amended in 1980 and 1982. The final version of the Sixth Five-Year Plan was ratified in December 1982.

2008 Beijing Olympics
2008 Beijing Olympics. Chinese Culture.

Milk Scandal
Find out more about the 2008 milk scandal in China that has lead to worldwide fears about food safety.

The Tiananmen Square Protests
The 1989 Tiananmen Square Protests and the subsequent government crackdown defied stories of China's prosperous and harmonious shift to a capitalist economy.

Celebrity Chinese Names
Learn the Chinese names of your favorite celebrities.

Daily Chinese Horoscope – June 15, 2012
Your daily Chinese horoscope for June 15, 2012, day 146 of the Lunar calendar

Daily Chinese Horoscope – June 16, 2012
Your daily Chinese horoscope for June 16, 2012, day 147 of the Lunar calendar

Bombing the Dragon: Dotting the Dragons’ Eyes
Bombing the Dragon is held during the Lantern Festival period in Miaoli in central Taiwan. It is one of 12 Hakka festivals. During the Bombing of the Dragon, firecrackers are thrown at dancing dragons. It is believed that throwing firecrackers at the dragons will bring good luck and prosperity for the coming year. Each year, several dragon dancing teams participate as it is believed the more firecrackers thrown at the dragons, the more blessings that are given by the gods.

Expo 2010 Shanghai: Dates and Hours of Operation
Quick tip on Expo 2010 Shanghai dates and hours of operation.

Inside Expo 2010 Shanghai USA Pavilion
Take a behind-the-scenes look at the USA Pavilion at Expo 2010 Shanghai.

English and Chinese Names of Celebrities
Learn the Chinese Name for your favorite celebrity.

A Short History of the Chinese in Cuba
The Origins of the Chinese Community in Cuba

Lamaism in China
Learn more about Lamaism (Tibetan Buddhism) in China.

Lamaism in China
Learn more about Lamaism (Tibetan Buddhism) in China. Page 2.

What's It Like to Get Cupping?
Readers share their experiences with cupping, a form of Traditional Chinese Medicine.

Chinese Christmas: Sing 'Jingle Bells' in Chinese
While the words may not be an exact translation of the English lyrics to 'Jingle Bells,' the Chinese lyrics capture the essence of this timeless Christmas carol. The Mandarin lyrics are sung to the traditional melody of 'Jingle Bells.'

Introduction to Chinese Socialist Realism Posters
An introduction to Chinese Socialist Realism Art.

The Arts and Leisure
Learn all about Chinese culture. From Chinese actors and Chinese movies to Chinese dance and theater to Chinese art and artists and Chinese music, discover China's famous artists, artwork, songs, plays and poems.

Intro to China
A introduction to China including its geography, cities, demographics, economy, language and government.

Chinese Gifts
When it comes to gift-giving, it's the thought that counts. Explore traditional Chinese gifts, get advice on top gift picks for men, women, and children, learn Chinese gift giving blunders to avoid, and learn proper Chinese gift-giving etiquette.

Expo 2010 Shanghai Hong Kong and Macau Pavilions
Positioned side by side, the Hong Kong and Macau pavilions at Expo 2010 Shanghai are housed in metal and glass structures. The Macau Pavilion also features a rabbit on top. Page 2.

Expo 2010 Shanghai Taiwan Pavilion
Shaped like a large lantern, Taiwan Pavilion is one of the most popular pavilions at Expo 2010 Shanghai. Inside the Pavilion, visitors are treated to two short films, digital lantern launching and tea tasting. Page 5.

Expo 2010 Shanghai Taiwan Pavilion
Shaped like a large lantern, Taiwan Pavilion is one of the most popular pavilions at Expo 2010 Shanghai. Inside the Taiwan Pavilion at Expo 2010 Shanghai, visitors watch two films, launch digital lanterns and sample high mountain tea. Page 6.

Expo 2010 Shanghai Taiwan Pavilion
Shaped like a large lantern, Taiwan Pavilion at Expo 2010 Shanghai is one of the most popular pavilions at Expo 2010 Shanghai. The pavilion features images illuminated from a round sphere suspended inside the metal and glass lantern-shaped structure. Inside, the pavilion has a 720-degree, 4D movie theater which shows a short film about Taiwan. Visitors get to digitally launch their own lanterns and are treated to cups of high mountain tea. Page 3.

Expo 2010 Shanghai Croatian Pavilion
The Croatian Pavilion at Expo 2010 Shanghai is adorned with white flags, which symbolize the checkerboard design on the coat of arms emblem on the Croatian flag. Inside the Croatian Pavilion at Expo 2010 Shanghai, 10 projectors present video clips and pictures accompanied with sound which present scenes of daily life in Croatia. The Croatian Pavilion at Expo 2010 Shanghai also has an information desk, VIP lounge and shop. Page 10.

Expo 2010 Shanghai Latvia Pavilion
The Latvia Pavilion at Expo 2010 Shanghai is adorned with 100,000 colorful, transparent, 15cm×15cm plastic plates. Page 13.

Expo 2010 Shanghai Polish Pavilion
The Polish Pavilion at Expo 2010 Shanghai resembles a folded paper box. Sunlight shines through floral cutouts during the day and the cutouts are illuminated by colorful lights at night. Page 15.

Expo 2010 Shanghai Romanian Pavilion
The Romanian Pavilion is called the Greenopolis and features a large green spherical structure to literally illustrate its moniker. Page 16.

Expo 2010 Shanghai Russian Pavilion
The Russian Pavilion at Expo 2010 Shanghai includes 12 white and gold towers. The colors symbolize traditional Russian architecture. Inside, a variety of exhibits show the city of tomorrow through the eyes of children as a main theme. Page 17.

Expo 2010 Shanghai Singapore Pavilion
The Singapore Pavilion resembles a music box. The two-story building features floors of different shapes and sizes. Page 8.

Expo 2010 Shanghai Thailand Pavilion
The Thailand Pavilion exterior evokes Thai architecture and aesthetics. Inside, there are three exhibition halls. Page 9.

Expo 2010 Shanghai USA Pavilion Johnson and Johnson
In the USA Pavilion's final exhibition hall, visitors experience corporate displays like an interactive one from Johnson & Johnson. Visitors send text messages to a phone number and soon see character icons float on the display identified by the last four digits of their phone numbers. Participants are rewarded for their efforts with a free cell phone charm. Page 31.

Expo 2010 Shanghai USA Pavilion NYSE
The USA Pavilion at Expo 2010 Shanghai features a New York Stock Exchange area where visitors can bang the iconic gavel to simulate the opening of the trading day. Page 29.

buttons and posters
Chinese Culture. Page 3.

Computer show
Chinese Culture. Page 4.

mao head large
Chinese Culture. Page 8.

Chinese Around the World Remember Tiananmen Crackdown
Chinese Culture. Page 3.

Deng Xiaoping
Chinese Culture. Page 7.

Hu Yaobang
Chinese Culture. Page 8.

World Commemorates Tiananmen Square Crackdown
Chinese Culture. Page 5.

Tiananmen Papers
Chinese Culture. Page 9.

Haier
Chinese Culture. Page 2.

spectators
Chinese Culture. Page 3.

family
Chinese Culture. Page 7.

fireworks
Chinese Culture. Page 8.

beer
Chinese Culture. Page 6.

Cakes close
Chinese Culture. Page 12.

Chinese screen
Chinese Culture. Page 16.

Display 2
Chinese Culture. Page 15.

Displays
Chinese Culture. Page 13.

Heineken
Chinese Culture. Page 4.

Holland House inside
Chinese Culture. Page 2.

London bar
Chinese Culture. Page 10.

Watchers Holland house
Chinese Culture. Page 3.

Milk cow
A photogallery of images from the 2008 Chinese milk scandal. Page 9.

milk factory
A photogallery of images from the 2008 Chinese milk scandal. Page 11.

milk restock
A photogallery of images from the 2008 Chinese milk scandal. Page 13.

Milk baby queue
A photogallery of images from the 2008 Chinese milk scandal. Page 3.

Milk empty shelves
A photogallery of images from the 2008 Chinese milk scandal. Page 6.

milk senior
A photogallery of images from the 2008 Chinese milk scandal. Page 7.

milk more shelves
A photogallery of images from the 2008 Chinese milk scandal. Page 8.

milk laboratory
A photogallery of images from the 2008 Chinese milk scandal. Page 12.

Ditan arches
Chinese Culture. Page 14.

Young spectator
Chinese Culture. Page 17.

Ditan police
Chinese Culture. Page 18.

Guards
Chinese Culture. Page 5.

Lanterns
Chinese Culture. Page 13.

Far street view
Chinese Culture. Page 2.

Daily Chinese Horoscope: Feb. 18, 2012
See your Daily Chinese Horoscope for Feb. 18, 2012.

Chinese Gifts for All Occasions
Banquets, food, flowers, and cash are great Chinese gift-giving options.

Yan Fu Profile
A profile of 19th Century Chinese intellectual Yan Fu.

Unknown Man Opposes Tank During Tiananmen Square Crackdown
Chinese Culture.

Expo 2010 Shanghai
Take a virtual tour of Expo 2010 Shanghai and see the country pavilions of Expo 2010 Shanghai including the US Pavilion, Taiwan Pavilion, Hong Kong Pavilion, Australia Pavilion and African Pavilions.

Expo 2010 Shanghai
Take a virtual tour of Expo 2010 Shanghai and see the country pavilions of Expo 2010 Shanghai including the US Pavilion, Taiwan Pavilion, Hong Kong Pavilion, Australia Pavilion and African Pavilions.

Coca-Cola
Chinese Culture.

Holland House
Chinese Culture.

A Tale of Two Houses
A Visit to Holland House and London House in Beijing, two temporary locales during the 2008 Beijing Olympics.

shut out
Chinese Culture.

Book Review - Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress
Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress is a captivating story about the author's re-education experience during the Cultural Revolution.

Chinese Etiquette: Visiting a Chinese Home
Learn the proper Chinese etiquette for visiting a Chinese home.

Chinese Horoscope: Daily Chinese Horoscope: Mar. 30, 2012
See your Daily Chinese Horoscope for Mar. 30, 2012.

Chinese Holidays: How To Conduct the Ritual of Beating the Petty Person
Beating the Petty Person is held on Mar. 5 or 6 of the lunar calendar in Hong Kong. It coincides with Jing-zhe (waking of insects), a day according to folk belief when the insects awoke from hibernation.

Chinese Names of Celebrities
Learn the Chinese name for Howard Stern.

Chinese Names of Celebrities
Learn the Chinese name for Jessica Simpson.

Chinese Names of Celebrities
Learn the Chinese name for Knox Jolie-Pitt.

Chinese Names of Celebrities
Learn the Chinese name for Toby Maguire.

Chinese Names of Celebrities
Learn the Chinese name for Vivienne Jolie-Pitt.

Chinese Names of Celebrities
Learn the Chinese name for Gavin Rossdale.

Chinese Names of Celebrities
Learn the Chinese name for Lamar Odom.

Chinese Writers - Dai Sijie
Dai Sijie is a Chinese writer best known for his book, Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress.

Rich Second Generation
Rich second generation are Chinese men born into rich families after the 1980s. These men tend to be eligible to inherit lots of money and assets from their parents.

Expo 2010 Shanghai
Take a virtual tour of Expo 2010 Shanghai and see the country pavilions of Expo 2010 Shanghai including the China Pavilion

milk Liu Xiang
A photogallery of images from the 2008 Chinese milk scandal

Chinese Athletes - Yao Ming
Yao Ming is China's most famous basketball player. Learn about his career and personal life.

Expo 2010 Shanghai USA Pavilion Overture
Student Ambassadors, college students who speak Mandarin, greet visitors to the USA Pavilion. The Student Ambassadors lead groups of 500 visitors through the four parts or acts of the pavilion. The tour takes about 45 minutes.

Wudang
Information related to Wudang martial arts and Mount Wudang Shan.

Chinese I Ching
Resources about Yijing (I Ching), including I Ching articles, books and links.

Chinese Wedding
Resources about Chinese wedding, including wedding traditions, preparations, and contemporary customs.

Wing Chun
Information on the Southern Chinese martial art known as wing chun.

Chinese Vegetables
Includes info about vegetables, vegetable recipes, growers, and more.

Visa and US Consulates
Resources about exchange vistors, visa at a border post, re-entry permit, travel, and more.

US Citizenship
Resources of US Citizenship, interview questions, and other related issues.

US-China Relation
Information about the relations between the United States and China.

China Travel Guide
Resources of China tour, including photo gallery, travel guide, airline and schedule, visa, embassy consulates, and more.

Travel Sites
Travel sites to China, including Hong Kong and Macau.

More Info about Travel to China
Includes foreign languages for travelers, tour guides and travel tips, travel advisory for China.

Chinese Translation Service
Language services including translation, transcription, interpreting, conference services and training, and webpage localization.

Travel Agent and Guided Tours
Resources of travel packages to China, news, travel guide, and more.

Three Gorges and Three Gorges Dam
Here are the photos of the Three Gorges and the Three Gorges Dam on the Yangtze River. The Three Gorges is one of the wonders in China.

Wu Gorge and Qutang Gorge
Photos of the Wu Gorge and Yutang Gorge of the Three Gorges, Yangtze River, China.

Wu Gorge and Qutang Gorge
Photos of the Wu Gorge and Yutang Gorge of the Three Gorges, Yangtze River, China.

Wu Gorge and Qutang Gorge
Photos of the Wu Gorge and Yutang Gorge of the Three Gorges, Yangtze River, China.

Wu Gorge and Qutang Gorge
Photos of the Wu Gorge and Yutang Gorge of the Three Gorges, Yangtze River, China.

Tibet
Resources of Tibet including culture, buddhism, and human rights.

Shibaozhai (Reg Pagoda) -- Yangtze River
Photos of Shibaozhai, the gem of Chinese architecture, Yangtze River.

Shibaozhai (Reg Pagoda) -- Yangtze River
Photos of Shibaozhai, the gem of Chinese architecture, Yangtze River.

Shibaozhai (Reg Pagoda) -- Yangtze River
Photos of Shibaozhai, the gem of Chinese architecture, Yangtze River.

Shibaozhai (Reg Pagoda) -- Yangtze River
Photos of Shibaozhai, the gem of Chinese architecture, Yangtze River.

Shibaozhai (Reg Pagoda) -- Yangtze River
Photos of Shibaozhai, the gem of Chinese architecture, Yangtze River.

Shibaozhai (Reg Pagoda) -- Yangtze River
Photos of Shibaozhai, the gem of Chinese architecture, Yangtze River.

Shennong Stream -- Yangtze River, China
Photos of Shennong Stream, one of the streams of the Yangtze river, China.

Shennong Stream -- Yangtze River, China
Photos of Shennong Stream, one of the streams of the Yangtze river, China.

Shennong Stream -- Yangtze River, China
Photos of Shennong Stream, one of the streams of the Yangtze river, China.

Shennong Stream -- Yangtze River, China
Photos of Shennong Stream, one of the streams of the Yangtze river, China.

Shibaozhai (Reg Pagoda) -- Yangtze River
Photos of Shibaozhai, the gem of Chinese architecture, Yangtze River.

Taiwan News
News and media from Taiwan, including TV, papers, radio, business and weather.

Taijiquan (Tai Chi Chuan)
Information on the traditional Yang, Chen, and Wu style Tai Chi Chuan forms.

Taiwan Movies
Resources of movies from Taiwan, including film reviews and celebrities of Chinese origin.

China Statistical Reports
Statistical reports from the National Bureau of Statistics of China, including the population census and the national economic and social development.

More Articles and Resources
More about China and Chinese culture, including sports, games, children, families, China Adoption Program.

Software for Learning Chinese
Includes CD-ROM for learning Chinese, translators, how to read Chinese and more.

Asian-American Social Commentary Sites
The following are links to social commentary sites and parody sites about Asian-American culture.

Shaolin
About Shaolin martial arts, Shaolin temple, the history of Shaolin temple and gongfu schools.

Si Guo Da Zhan
Resources about Si Guo War or Si Guo Da Zhan, a Chinese board game.

Chinese Religion and Spirituality
Resources of Chinese Religion and Spirituality, including Buddhism, Confucius, Taoism, Feng Shui, and more.

China Scholarship and Exchange Programs
Sites provide info about China scholarship and exchange programs for Chinese and foreigners, including educational, scientific and technological, and cultural exchanges and economic and trade cooperation between China and other countries.

Chinese Seal Carving
Seal carving is a traditional Chinese art. Here are articles and pictures for you to enjoy and learn the ancient art.

Processing Times of Immigration
Current availability of immigrant numbers from US Department of State Bureau of Consular Affairs and processing times for different States.

Asian-American Publications
The following are links to important Asian-American online publications and magazines influencing Asian-American culture today.

Asian-American Pop Culture & Trends
Ever wanted to find out all the different pop culture trends you grew up with in Asian-American culture? Please see my list below for past and present trends.

China Photo Gallery
China photo gallery includes a lot of pictures of China and Chinese clip art.

Xiling Gorge - Three Gorges, Yangtze River, China
Photo gallery of the Xiling Gorge of the Yangtze River, the most treacherous of the Three Goreges.

Xiling Gorge - Three Gorges, Yangtze River, China
Photo gallery of the Xiling Gorge of the Yangtze River, the most treacherous of the Three Goreges.

Chinese Poetry
Resources of Chinese poetry and classical poems.

Xiling Gorge - Three Gorges, Yangtze River, China
Photo gallery of the Xiling Gorge of the Yangtze River, the most treacherous of the Three Goreges.

Xiling Gorge - Three Gorges, Yangtze River, China
Photo gallery of the Xiling Gorge of the Yangtze River, the most treacherous of the Three Goreges.

Three Gorges Dam -- Yangtze River, China
Photo gallery of the Three Gorges Dam of the Yangtze River, China.

Three Gorges Dam -- Yangtze River, China
Photo gallery of the Three Gorges Dam of the Yangtze River, China.

Three Gorges Dam -- Yangtze River, China
Photo gallery of the Three Gorges Dam of the Yangtze River, China.

Three Gorges Dam -- Yangtze River, China
Photo gallery of the Three Gorges Dam of the Yangtze River, China.

Chinese Performing Arts
Chinese opera, cinema, dance, theater, shadow play, Beijing opera and more.

Chinese Painting
Chinese paintings, traditional paintings, engraved paintings, gallery and comtemporary paintings.

Asian-American Performing Arts
Here are some links to performance artists and organizations influencing the Asian-American community today such as musicians, dancers, and other groups.

Other Info about Chinese Medicine
Includes Journal of Chinese Medicine, Qi Journal, and more.

Oversea News
Oversea news and media about Chinese and China.

Other Chinese Opera
Includes Yue opera, Kun opera, Sheng opera, Shaoxing opera, and more.

Other Chinese Festivals
Includes arts festival, film festival, fashion culture festival, and more.

Chinese Opera Script
A collection of links about Chinese opera scripts.

Online I Ching Reading
To get your I Ching read using online tools.

Chinese Opera
Resources of Chinese Opera, including Beijing opera, Sheng opera, Yue opera, Kun opera, and more.

Chinese Novels
Includes Chinese martial arts novels, Chinese classics, science fiction, historical novels, contemporary novels, and more.

Asian-American Online Communities
Here are links where you can join Asian-American online communities and meet others just like you.

Nanjing Massacre
Resources about Nanjing Massacre and World War II.

Asian-American Music & Radio
Here are links to Asian-American music resources such as record companies, individual artists, musical groups, and streaming radio stations.

Chinese Mythology and Folklore
Resources of Chinese myths, legends, tales, dragon, unicorn, and stories.

Chinese Music
Resources of Chinese music, songs, singers, video, and more.

Asian-American Movies & Film
Here is a list of famous and influential Asian-American movies, including film festivals.

More Info on Martial Arts
General information about martial arts, including Jackie Chan, books, schools, and more.

Chinese Movies
Chinese movies, films and video from China, Hong Kong and Taiwan.

More Dragon Info
Dragon arts, animated dragons, stories, dragon science, dragon lore, and more.

Chinese Moon Festival
Resources of Moon Festival or Mid-Autumn Festival, moon cakes and legends, and where to buy moon cakes.

More Chinese Games
Includes five in a row, wuzi, Chinese poker game, gongzhu, and games for kids.

Martin Yan
Includes books, cooking tools, and quotes from Martin Yan.

Martial Arts Organizations
A list of Chinese martial arts organizations.

Chinese Martial Arts Novels
Includes wuxia novels by Gu Long, Huang Yi, Jin Yong, Wen Ruian, and more.

Chinese Majiang / Mahjong
To learn about Majiang (Mahjong) - the ancient Chinese game, and how to play Majiang online.

Asian-American Male Celebrities
Here are notable links to famous Asian-American male celebrities that have made an impact on Asian American culture.

Maps of China
Resources of maps of China, including geographic facts, cities and major physical features.

Chinese Literature in English
Includes Tang poems, works by Lu Xun, Chinese classic works by Confucius, Zhuang Zi, etc.

Learning Chinese Online
Tools for learning Chinese online including flash cards, animated Chinese, character pronunciations, and online courses.

Chinese Literature
Includes Chinese novels, stories, poetry, Chinese classics and martial arts.

Chinese Lantern Festival
Resource of Chinese Lantern Festival or Yuanxiao Jie and Yuanxiao recipe.

Chinese Language History
Chinese is the oldest surviving language and there have been a lot of amazing discoveries about it.

Chinese Language Organization
Links to organizations related to Chinese languages

US Labor Certification Process
Resources about labor certification process, times, and related issues.

Chinese Language Books
A collection of books related to Chinese language.

Asian-American Job Resources
Links to job resources for Asian-Americans for companies looking for individuals with bilingual skills.

Immigration to Canada
Resources of immigration to Canada, including Do-It-Yourself Kits.

Hong Kong News
News and media from Hong Kong, including TV, papers, business and weather.

H Visa and Immigration
Information about employment-based visas, H1B status and visa issues.

Hong Kong Movies
Resources of movies from Hong Kong, including film reviews and celebrities of Chinese origin.

Chinese History: Taiwan
Resources of Taiwan history.

Chinese Holidays and Festivals
Resources of Chinese Holidays and Festivals, including Chinese New Year, Moon Festival, Lantern Festival, Dragon Boat Festival, and more.

Asian-American History and Immigration
Here are links to important historical facts regarding the treatment of Asians in America.

Chinese History
Resources of Chinese history, civilization, tradition, and more.

Chinese History: China
Resources of Chinese history, Chinese civilization and traditions.

Chinese History: Hong Kong
Resources of the history of Hong Kong.

Chinese Historical Events and Culture
Includes ancient examination system, bound feet, Korean war, and more.

Chinese Historical Fiction
Includes biography and travel notes, history, historical novels, and more.

Historical Sites
Info about Chinese historical sites and world heritages.

Herbal Medicine
Resources of Chinese herbal medicine and products.

Greencard without Labor Certification
How to get greencard without labor certification, the quick way.

Chinese Health and Acupuncture
Resources of traditional Chinese medicine, acupuncture and herbal medicine.

Chinese Government Info
Resources about Chinese government, including Chinese law, foreign affairs, trade, economy, and other issues.

Go - Weiqi
To learn about the ancient Chinese game, Weiqi (Go), and how to play Weiqi online.

Chinese government resources, including Chinese consulates, Chinese constitution, judiciary, political system, and more.
Chinese government resources, including Chinese consulates, Chinese constitution, judiciary, political system, and more.

Go - Weiqi Sites
Sites devoted to Go (Weiqi), including Chinese sites.

Go Servers
Want to play Go (weiqi) online, here are a list of sites.

Go Clubs
Join a club to learn and play Go (weiqi) - the ancient game.

Go Books
Includes a list of books about Go (weiqi) - the ancient Chinese game.

China Geography
Includes map of china, cities, Chinese census and population, climate and weather, and more.

Chinese Ghost, Hell and Heaven
Info about Chinese ghost, hell, heaven, gods and afterlife.

Chinese Games
Resources of Chinese Games, including Chinese chess, Go, Majiang, online games, and more.

Asian-American Food and Cuisine
Here are links about various Asian foods as well as resources to purchase online.

Chinese Food and Recipe
Chinese food and recipes, including food and tea culture, dumplings and dim sum, and more.

Chinese Folk Literature
Includes Chinese riddles, fables, myths, fantasies, jokes, and tales.

Feng Shui Services
Resources of Feng Shui services for home and business, such as consultations, Feng Shui design and training.

Feng Shui Training
Resources for Feng Shui seminars, courses and training.

Feng Shui Products
Feng Shui products, such as crystal ball, dragonhead turtle, bamboo windchime, water fountain, software, prosperity money coin charm and stone Buddha.

Chinese Feng Shui
Feng Shui is the ancient Chinese art for homes and businesses, interior design and decorating.

Asian-American Female Celebrities
Here are some links to notable Asian-American female celebrities that have shaped Asian-American culture today and influenced countless others.

Chinese Embassy and Immigration
Chinese Embassy and Consulates around the world and immigration/visa information.

Chinese Entertainment
Includes Chinese opera, music, artists, pop stars, movies and more.

Asian-American Ethnic Areas in the U.S.
Here are links to chinatowns and other areas with their own Asian communities in the U.S.

Chinese Embassy and Consulate
Chinese embassies and Consulates around the world, including immigration/visa information.

Education & Training of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Resources of education and training on traditional Chinese medicine and acupuncture.

Chinese Dumpling or Jiaozi
Chinese dumpling and soup recipes, and articles.

Chinese Dragon Dance
Includes dragon dance, lion dance, dragon design, and other folk games and arts.

Chinese Dress and Clothing
Inlcudes info about traditional Chinese clothing, such as cheongsam or qipao.

Chinese Dragon
Resources of dragon design, dragon stories and legend, dragon dancing and dragon boat racing festivel.

Chinese Dragon Boat Festival
Resources of Dragon Boat Festival and Qu Yuan, the great poet.

Chinese Dragon Boat Race
Includes articles about dragon boat race and dragon boat associations around the world.

Chinese Dim Sum
Resources of Chinese dim sum, including recipes, pictures, restaurants, and more.

Death and Dying
Resources of traditional Chinese funeral customs and ceremony.

Chinese Cultural Revolution
Includes history and literature about the Chinese Culture Revolution (1966-1976).

Chinese Culture
Includes etiquette, families, fashion, food culture, holidays and festivals, mythology and folklore, relationships, religion and spirituality.

Asian-American Cultural Centers
Here are links to cultural centers around the U.S. focusing on events and activities aimed to educate others about the culture of Asian-Americans.

Chinese College and University
Includes a list of Chinese colleges and universities.

Asian-American College Clubs
Here are homepages to individual Asian-American organizations at each college/university in the US.

Chinese Philosophy and Classical Works
Includes many classical works by the greatest thinkers, such as Laozi and Confucius.

China City and Province
Resources of cities and provinces of China, including Beijing, Shanghai, Chongqing, and more.

Choy Lee Fut
Information on Choy Lee Fut martial arts, history, lion dancing and schools.

Chinese Tiger
Includes tiger stories, and info about South China Tiger and Northeast Tiger.

Chinese Unicorn
Resources about Chinese unicorn or qilin, including history and pictures.

Chinese Tea Culture
Resources about Chinese tea, including history, the art of tea ceremony, stories, and tea culture.

Chinese Script and Symbol
Includes oracle inscriptions, the origin of the Chinese script, and Chinese characters / symbols.

Chinese Romanization - Pinyin
Apart from the most widespread system of Chinese Romanization -- Hanyu Pinyin -- there is a number of other standards in use: Wide-Giles, Tongyong Pinyin, Zhuyin, BoPOMoFo, Jyutping, Yale and others.

Chinese Schools
Resources of Chinese schools, teaching Mandarin and Cantonese in the United States.

Chinese Food and Recipes
Resources of all kinds of Chinese recipes, including beef recipes, chicken recipes, soup recipes, egg rolls, eggplant recipes, dim sum, dumplings, and more.

Chinese New Year
Articles and links about Chinese New Year or the Spring Festival, the most important holiday for Chinese.

Chinese Medicine
Includes articles, history, resources about Chinese medicine.

Includes Chinese names based on Western names, Chinese symbols or characters from English words, Chinese idioms, and more.
Includes Chinese names based on Western names, Chinese symbols or characters from English words, Chinese idioms, and more.

Chinese Language
Resources for Mandarin, Cantonese, Chinese calligraphy, dictionary, Chinese characters, Chinese names, and more.

Chinese Martial Arts and Wushu
Resources of Chinese Martial Arts, KungFu, Taiji Quan and Qigong.

Chinese Kites
To learn the history of Chinese kites and buy them online.

Chinese Genealogy
Genealogy and family history for Chinese in China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and the rest of the world.

Chinese Fiction
Includes works by well known authors, such as Lu Xun, San Mao, Wang Shuo, Zhang Ailing and more.

Chinese Food Culture
Resources of Chinese food culture, including articles about Chinese dumpling, rice stories, and more.

Chinese Culture Center and Articles
Includes a list of Chinese culture centers around the world.

Chinese Dialects, Cantonese Hakka Taiwanese
Want to sing along with your favorite Cantopop singer? Or do you want to know what kind of Chinese Jackie Chan speaks? Or maybe fancy speaking native when shopping in your Chinese grocery store? While Mandarin (Putonghua) is the official language of the Chinese people, dialects (Cantonese, Hokkien, Hakka, Teochew and others) are widely used in daily life.

Chinese Dictionary
Online Chinese-English or English-Chinese dictionaries.

Chinese Classics
Resources of Chinese classics, including Dream of Red Chamber, Journey to the West, Legend of White Snake, Tale of Water Margin, Three Kingdoms, Strange Tales of Liaozhai and Jin Ping Mei.

Chinese Characters, Script, Writing, Symbols
Includes info about Chinese characters and learning resources on writing Chinese script.

Chinese Chess
Includes info about Chinese chess (Xiangqi) and how top play Chinese chess online.

Chinese Calendar
Chinese lunar calendar, lucky days, 12 animal signs, history of Chinese calendar and Western-Chinese calendar converter.

Chinese Banquet
Includes Chinese eating customs, family meals, Chinese banquet etiquette, and more.

Chinese American History
Includes books about Chinese American, Chinatown and Chinese organizations.

Chinese Astrology
Resources of Chinese horoscope, astrology, zodiac, Chinese fortune calendar and animal signs.

Chinese Alligator
Resources about Chinese alligator - the Chinese 'dragon.'

Chinatown - US
Has a list of Chinatowns in the United States.

Chinatown - Australia
Resources of Australia Chinatowns, including history, directory, dining, Chinatown museum, event calendar, and more.

Chinatown - UK
Includes a list of Chinatowns in the United Kingdom.

China Tour
Resources of China tour, including attractions, city guides, and pictures.

Chinatown
Includes resources of Chinatowns around the world, including Chinese culture centers and info about Chinese Americans.

China News
Links to news and media from China, including TVs, newspapers, business and weather.

China News and Media
Chinese news, media, newspapers, current events, and TVs.

China Movies
Resources of movies from China, including film reviews and celebrities of Chinese origin.

China Business News
Resources of business news, investment and trade, market, and more.

China Experience
Stories, daily reports, pictures and reflections from China trips.

China Hotel
Resources of China hotel, including prices and star ratings.

Chinese Children Literature
Includes Chinese tales, classical readings, stories of Chinese idioms and proverbs.

Buy Movie, VCD & DVD
Links to sites selling Chinese VCD, DVD and CD on the Net.

Chinese Calligraphy and Seal Carving
The art of Chinese calligraphy seal carving, and Chinese script.

Cantonese Opera
Resources of Cantonese Opera, including Cantonese opera costumes, music, makeup, and more.

China Child Adoption
Includes China adoption information and programs, cultural products and community services.

Beijing Opera
About Beijing opera - the history, roles, facial makeup, and more.

Chinese Birthday Custom
Birthday Custom for the newborn and elderly, including genger egg party.

Chinese Baguazhang
Resources of Baguazhang, including books, history, principles, and more.

Basic Info About China
Includes economy statistics, ethnic groups, population, religions, human rights and more.

Chinese Bagua
Includes Ba Gua trigrams and hexagrams, bagua mirrors, and feng shui.

Software for learning Chinese astrology and I Ching.
Software for learning Chinese astrology and I Ching.

Asian and Asian-American Authors & Books
The following are links to highly influential Asian-American books that truely describe the Asian and Asian-American cultural experience.

Asian-American Culture
Resources about Asian-American arts and museums, books, studies, cultural centers, and more.

Asian and Asian-American Studies
Here are links to colleges that offer Asian Studies and Asian-American Studies as an option for a major.

Asian-American Arts and Museums
Links to Asian-American Museums in the U.S.

Chinese Artists
Chinese artists of calligraphy, painting, performing arts, and more.

Chinese Arts
Chinese folk arts and crafts, papercuts, kites and folk prints, artists, calligraphy, museum and galleries, performing arts and more.

Ang Lee
About Ang Lee and his films.

Chinese Calligraphy Art Gallery
Resources of Chinese art works, including paintings, handwritings, calligraphy and more.

Airline and Schedule
Resources of airlines and schedules to China.

Asian-American Activist Organizations
Links to Asian-American activist organizations fighting for equality, awareness, and rights for the Asian-Americans.

Chinese Acupuncture
Information on acupuncture, including FAQ, basics, history, references, and more.

About Chinese Horoscope
To get your daily or weekly read, articles about Chinese Horoscope and astrology.

Academic Chinese Studies, Sinology
Resources on academic Chinese studies for scientists and those interested in the Chinese language.

About Chinese Opera
Information about Chinese traditional opera.

About Feng Shui
Articles, frequently asked questions and links about Feng Shui.

About Chinese Movies
Includes Chinese film reviews, pictures, and profiles of movie stars.

About Chinese Mythology
Resources of Chinese mythology, including myths, fantasies, historic legends & tales, and more.

About Chinese Medicine
General information about traditional Chinese medcine or alternative medicine.

About Chinese Language
General info about Chinese language, including Mandarin, Cantonese, pinyin, Chinese names, Chinese characters and more.

3500 Chinese Characters
Includes the most often used 3500 Chinese characters with pronunciation and related words / idioms.

About Chinese Calligraphy
Resources of Chinese calligraphy, including pictures of works by the Masters.

About Chinese Dragon
Resources of Chinese dragon and phoenix, dragon culture, tales and more.

Martial Arts Novels
Wuxia novels by Gu Long, Huang Yi, Jin Yong, Wen Ruian, and more.

Chinese pop folk songs lyrics music Mandarin Cantonese - page 2 of 3
Where to find Mandarin or Cantonese Chinese songs and lyrics on the Net? Here are links to sites with lyrics and/or legally downloadable audio and video files of pop, folk, traditional songs and Beijing (Peking) opera.

Asian-American Performance Arts - page 2 of 2
Asian-American Performing Artists influencing Asian-American culture in today's society such as musicians, dancers, and other performing arts areas.

Opera Script
A collection of links about Chinese opera scripts.

Asian-American Activist Organizations - page 2 of 2
Links to Asian-American activist organizations fighting for equality, awareness, and rights for the Asian-Americans.

Asian-American Movies and Films - page 2 of 2
Links to Asian-American themed movies and film festivals.

Asian-American Male Celebrities
Asian-American Male Celebrities with links to more information.

Hong Kong News
Hong Kong News and Media including radio, TV, newspapers and more

Chinese Customs and Traditions
Resources of Chinese customs and traditions including wedding, eating, funeral customs and more.

Chinese Calendar
Chinese lunar calendar, lucky days, 12 animal signs, history of Chinese calendar and Western-Chinese calendar converter.

Asian-American Culture - page 2 of 2
Links about Asian-American arts and museums, books, Studies, Cultural Centers and more.

Asian-American Female Celebrities
Listings of Asian-American Actresses, Film Stars, Celebrities, Authors, Newscasters

About China
With information about geography, climate, provinces, ethnic groups, population, and religions.

Opening Ceremony Day of the 2008 Beijing Olympics
Tight security around the National Stadium and watching the opening ceremonies from the Temple of Heaven in Beijing.