During all these three years now that I have known him since our first meeting, he never stopped surprising me with his strong, yet sensitive personality. This is the person who having contracted cancer at such an old age, was able to recover and resume wushu practices on regular basis – five times a week. He is a person, who never loses enthusiasm and faith in people, always surrounded by friends and deeply loving him relatives including his daughter. Our lessons go far beyond simply learning kungfu technics. His teaching is more about life, about enjoying every single moment of it because it will not happen twice, about training our will and overcoming difficulties, about harmonious existence, and building relationships with other people. After every kungfu lesson, we are welcome into his house to drink tea. This is another lesson being taugh- the mastery of chadao, or tea ceremony. It was exactly in his home that I learnt and tried different kinds of tea. Cha fairy-tale. His amazing wife prepares tea ceremony every time we come back from the training.
The reform's goal is to integrate resources and manpower for anti-corruption, boost the Party's leadership in the fight against graft and establish a unified, efficient supervisory system for the country, Zheng told the media.
A four-member group in the center discovered more than 2,300 pages of files about the notorious Japanese biological and chemical warfare unit in the National Archives of the United States, the Library of Congress and the Hoover Institution, Stanford University in the end of September.
President Xi Jinping delivered a keynote speech at the closing meeting of the first session of the 13th National People's Congress (NPC) Tuesday morning. Let's take a look at what foreign ambassadors and NPC deputies said about Xi's speech.
The following leaders also sent congratulatory messages or letters to Xi on his election as president of China:
The venue also reported a 7 percent increase in Asian visitors during the busy festival period this year, compared to the same time last year.
The author first came to Beijing in 2009 to study Chinese in Beijing Foreign Studies University. Last year she graduated from BLCU, and now is juggling teaching and journalistic jobs in Beijing.