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Archaeologists discover Yao capital

The earliest state in Chinese history is widely believed to be the Xia Dynasty, but a team of archaeologists has uncovered evidence suggesting the country’s origins go back even further.

Scholars upbeat about China-US ties despite tension

The seventh China-US Strategic and Economic Dialogue and the sixth China-US High-Level Consultation on People-to-People Exchange were held in Washington from June 23 to 24.

Scholars stress openness in future educational development

Chinese and American educators shared their visions for the future of learning in the digital age at the Summer Workshop of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology held at Eas...

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Folklorist Wu Bing’an

Wu Bing’an (1929- ) is a well-known Chinese folklorist of Mongolian descent. He is the author of Introduction to Folklore, Chinese Folkl...


For Qian Gurong, literature is study of humanity

Qian Gurong (1919- ), formally called Qian Guorong, is a well-known literary theorist in China and a graduate of the Department of Chines...


Chinese ethnic languages, cultures color national tapestry

Zhang Gongjin (1933- ), professor of the Depart-ment of Minority Languages and Literatures at Minzu University of China, mainly specializ...