Zhong Youyang

Art & Culture

Taking traditions to tomorrow: the art of Kunqu Opera

Kunqu Opera is an ancient type of Chinese opera, one of the oldest still in existence today. Performing the art requires skilled emphasis on rhythm and articulation.

A selfless Spring Festival: four ordinary people who gave up their holidays

Chinese New Year is a time of togetherness, food, family and new memories. But not for everyone...

These may stink, but they are so delicious

Are you afraid of stinky food? Stinky food can be found in many countries. Some of them may seem hard to swallow, but they actually taste good.

AI robots among new features of Metro Line 13 extension

The second and third phases of Metro Line 13 have passed professional evaluations and will soon enter operation, the city's Metro operator have announced.

Celebrating 40 years of reform

Multinational companies discussed China's 40 years of reform and their experiences at the Reform and Development Forum in Shanghai yesterday.

KFC family run helping create a 'healthy China'

More than 500 families took part in the KFC Happy Family Run at Pudong Expo BMW Experience Center last Saturday afternoon.

Doctor with somebody else's interests at heart

Dr Liu Jinfen has performed and saved the lives of thousands of children. Liu's life is dedicated to the welfare of others and his story is truly heart-warming.
Foreign views

Skincare, transforming glasses and ice cream as the expo winds up

Andy's Expo Adventures winds up as China's first import expo comes to a close.

Taking to the skies in the 787 Dreamliner

One of Boeing's catchphrases for the 787 Dreamliner is "helping aviation dreams take flight," and that's exactly what happened for me on Friday.

Time to make amends with the robots

I did enjoy my day mixing and mingling with some of the robots on show at the import expo.I'm still not sure if they're ready just yet to steal my job, but they're well on the way.