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China’s Toughest Exam

America’s Toughest Exam: https://youtu.be/u03ST3ho9OU India’s most competitive exam: https://youtu.be/upOlpeJKVKA The Beijing physics paper (not translated): http://www.gaokao.com/e/20201124/5fbc… The Qinghai math paper (not translated): http://www.gaokao.com/e/20200709/5f06… 2020 gaokao exams (not an official site but a collection of exams from different regions): http://www.gaokao.com/e/20200712/5f0a… Gaokao … Continue reading

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Architects Imagine Office Building for Working in a Post-COVID World | My Modern Met

How will office buildings change after the pandemic? One architecture firm has an idea. Architecture firm Büro Ole Scheeren is reimagining the future of office architecture in response to COVID-19. As the pandemic forced many traditional workplaces to become virtual, … Continue reading

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Searching for China’s Ancient Tea Leaves

Tea is the most popular beverage in the world, first cultivated over 6,000 years ago in ancient China. Shunan Teng is on a mission to experience it in its most authentic, historic form. Her love for tea knows no bounds, … Continue reading

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Ghana’s Ambitious $21.5 Billion Railway Project – Set to Change The Face of The Country

In this video, we’ll present our short documentary report about Ghana’s mega railway project. To improve transport and the logistic chain and also accelerate economic growth, Ghana has out doored a mega railway construction project, to connect all the major … Continue reading

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What Makes These Potatoes Stretchy

Yang Youping proudly serves Yunnan cuisine at his restaurant in Beijing. Yunnan is a province in southwestern China known for fare like pounded potatoes. They look a lot like mashed potatoes, but pounded potatoes have got a unique stretch to … Continue reading

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How Chinese characters evolved | The Origin of Chinese characters | EXPLORE MODE

Chinese characters are beautifully designed and have an air of wisdom to them. But there’s more to Chinese characters than aesthetics — they’re a reflection of 3,000 years of cultural evolution. In this Explore Mode, we dive into the history … Continue reading

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Hundreds of Rainbow Glass Panels Emit a Rotating Kaleidoscope in a Playful Kindergarten

In Tianshui, China, a clear dome casts sunlight onto 483 polychromatic glass panels lining a kindergarten’s windows, railings, and doorways. It gives the spacious building a kaleidoscopic effect, refracting varying hues onto the white walls and minimalist wood furnishings. “Color … Continue reading

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Nests of Gold – a short documentary

A visual journey following one of the world’s most expensive foods. From its creation in the remote island caves of the Philippines, to its transformation into the legendary Cantonese dish of “Bird’s Nest Soup” at a 3 Michelin Star restaurant, … Continue reading

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Metasequoia 水杉林

MelindaChan ^..^ Zhaoqing, Guangdong, China.

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As U.S. Blames China for Coronavirus Pandemic, Rest of the World Asks for Help

Staff load medical materials bound for Italy at Zhejiang Provincial People’s Hospital in Hangzhou, east China’s Zhejiang Province, March 17, 2020. Photo: Xinhua/Zheng Mengyu via Getty Images   AS THE NUMBER of coronavirus infections spirals out of control, the U.S. … Continue reading

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