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Foreigner donates rare blood type


German girl Christa Maria Idel donates her Rh-negative blood to save a 75-year-old woman in Wenzhou, Zhejiang province, on Tuesday. A 21-year-old German girl recently donated her "panda blood", or Rh-negative blood, on two occasions to save a 75-year-old woman in Wenzhou, Zhejiang province. Christa Maria Idel, a language student at Zhejiang University, came to China to study for one semest...

Traditional Chinese Medicine(TCM)


Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM; simplified Chinese: 中医; traditional Chinese: 中醫; pinyin: Zhōngyī) is a style of traditional Asian medicine informed by modern medicine but built on a foundation of more than 2,500 years of Chinese medical practice that includes various forms of herbal medicine, acupuncture, massage (tui na), exercise (qigong), and dietary therapy. It is primarily u...

Best Wishes from CUECC to Dear Teachers and Students


"A teacher has two jobs; fill young minds with knowledge, yes, but more important, give those minds a compass so that that knowledge doesn't go to waste." Mr. Holland's Opus (1995) – Helen Jacobs (Olympia Dukakis, a characher in the film Mr. Holland's Opus) in your life, how many teachers will you meet and among them , is there anyone who has left you deep impression and even influenced your ...

What To Know as a First Time Student Abroad


Do you have a dream to go abroad? Study or travel? Work or marry someone there? This whole thing can't be all that difficult, right? You've got eager advisors full of answers, brochures and descriptions up the wazoo, and although in your head you can logically say "I got this," there is still a tiny voice in the back of it saying, "But do you really?" Truth be told, there is a lot that goes int...

Ways to Study in China for Cheap


The moment it comes to studying in China, you should be worrying about how to squeeze all that awesomeness into one semester, not about how to pay for it. Since studying in China for free isn’t realistic, we’ve compiled some ways to study in China for cheap. After all, not all the best things in life are free. 1. Browse through scholarships and financial aid options. There are a ton of study...

Plan Less and Experience More


While it is important to make plans before you set off on your next big adventure, it is just as important not to plan so much that you feel tied down and limited by a strict schedule. Rather, create unscheduled time in your trip for exploring for spontaneous excursions. By planning less you will likely end up experiencing more. Below you will find five reasons, which hopefully shine some insig...

Jiuzhai Valley -- A Best Place To Spend Summer Holiday


Fantastic Jiuzhai Valley Likes the angel of summer, Bringing the crystal clear green And amazing visitors. Light green, dark green, jade green... all the colors of green mingle into Jiuzhai Valley, providing shade every summer. Jiuzhai Valley shows the vitality of nature as well as its charming scenery. How I wish to immerse myself in the dream of endless green, unwill...

Outdoor rest and recreation


SUMMER in Shanghai is no picnic. First comes the rain and humidity of late June and early July. If you can survive the sticky discomfort, next comes the oven-like heat of August. For those who can’t swing an extended vacation to more favorable climes, just a few hour’s drive from Shanghai is Moganshan. This secluded mountain haven in nearby Zhejiang Province boasts plenty of cooling shade in it...

China’s Hubei Shennongjia added to World Heritage List


The 40th session of the World Heritage Committee held in Istanbul on Sunday decided to put China’s Hubei Shennongjia on the prestigious World Heritage List as a natural site, bringing to 50 the number of listed Chinese sites. Shennongjia is considered as a treasure of wildlife renowned with high plant diversity, said a report by the advisory body on China. "Shennongjia has been a place of ...

China presents Shaanxi to the world


With an aim to showcase the development of Shaanxi province, “An Open China: Shaanxi Engaging the World” promotional event was co-hosted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Shaanxi government on July 5, in Beijing. Lou Qinjian, secretary of Shaanxi provincial Party committee, and secretary of the standing committee of the provincial People’s Congress, and Wang Yi, minister of Foreign A...

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