Videos uploaded by user “SupChina”
Learn Mandarin from Jim Rogers’s daughters!
A video showing the two daughters of Jim Rogers speaking and singing in Chinese recently went viral.
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‘Jewelry-stealing prank’ video goes viral in China
Without knowing the circumstances, the store employee’s initial assumption was that the person was trying to steal the jewelry, so the salesperson leaps over the counter to chase the person. SupChina is an independent digital media company: https://supchina.com @supchinanews http://twitter.com/supchinanews
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Jiuzhaigou before and after the earthquake — a comparison
Jiuzhaigou National Park of Sichuan Province is well known for beautiful scenery such as multicolored lakes and crystalline waterfalls. Unfortunately, some of these pristine sites were destroyed in the earthquake on August 8, 2017.
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Is your English better than that of this Qing dynasty ‘princess’?
A video showing “Princess” Der Ling from the Qing dynasty making a speech in fluent English went viral on the Chinese internet.
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Self-defense or murder?
On August 27 in Kunshan, Jiangsu Province, a BMW switching from a car lane to a bicycle lane collided with a cyclist. The situation escalated when the driver of the car brought out a knife — and ended up being killed with it.
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The American Dream through the eyes of Chinese millennials
What does the “American Dream” entail for young Chinese in the U.S.? SupChina spoke to some Chinese students at Columbia University last week. Here’s what they had to say…
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Stephon Marbury bids farewell to basketball
Former NBA All-Star Stephon Marbury retired from the basketball court after winning his last game on Sunday in Beijing.
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World’s most energy-efficient building inspired by a flower
Inside a structure inspired by a calla lily, scientists are developing cutting-edge energy technology and reaping ample rewards.
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Shanghai’s marriage market through the eyes of a ‘leftover’ woman
Guo Yingguang was 34 years old when she went to the famous marriage market in Shanghai last year. After being embarrassed due to her age, she decided to capture the experience and made a photo series called The Happiness of Obedience.
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The Secret Menu: Jiayang Fan of The New Yorker cooks spicy shredded potatoes
Welcome to the inaugural video of SupChina's The Secret Menu, our new cooking show where we show you real Chinese recipes as eaten by real Chinese people! Read full recipe at http://supchina.com/2017/12/07/the-secret-menu-jiayang-fan-potato/ The Secret Menu playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q9xNPQp7rbs&list=PLst_XOeeaMNPpCMGnBvmBncMSUNYu0zfd
Views: 2761 SupChina
A zipper truck to ease traffic jams
In Jinan, the capital city of eastern Shandong Province, a zipper truck cruises along the streets. It helps ease traffic jams by moving road barriers during rush hour.
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Interview with Michael Yamashita
Michael Yamashita has been a photographer for National Geographic magazine for more than 30 years. He embarked on a Silk Road photographic expedition in 1999 and spent eight years following in the footsteps of Marco Polo and the Ming Dynasty mariner Zheng He, travelling through war zones, deserts, and mountains. His ensuing documentary, Marco Polo: The China Mystery Revealed, received two Asian Television and Film Awards. His Silk Road exhibits were major attractions in Asian cities including Beijing and Singapore in 2016. See more of his work at his website (http://www.michaelyamashita.com/). Michael is a contributor to SupChina where we feature his photographs (http://supchina.com/photos/).
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How Chinese bike sharing works
Cheaper and more convenient than Uber: this is why China's city streets are being taken over by orange bicycles.
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What did Chinese moviegoers think of Crazy Rich Asians?
We went to the mainland China premiere of Crazy Rich Asians on November 30, 2018: https://supchina.com/2018/12/03/chinese-moviegoers-on-crazy-rich-asians/ SupChina is an independent digital media company: https://supchina.com @supchinanews http://twitter.com/supchinanews
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Yale professor Tso-Ping Ma: China lacks the right mindset and skills for semiconductor development
The current trade war has a heightened focus on the Made in China 2025 economic initiative, which, among other things, aims to build a world-class semiconductor industry for China. What are some issues that China faces as it tries to achieve self-sufficiency in semiconductor R&D and production? Today, we spoke with Tso-Ping Ma, a semiconductor expert and Yale professor. SupChina is an independent digital media company: https://supchina.com @supchinanews http://twitter.com/supchinanews
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A homeless man in Shanghai makes a home for a dog
The man, who earns about $3-$5 per day by picking up trash, spent $28 on treating the sick dog.
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Wendi Deng Murdoch is accused of being a spy. Who is she?
On January 15, the Wall Street Journal reported that U.S. counterintelligence officials warned Jared Kushner that Wendi Deng Murdoch 邓文迪 could be using her friendship to further advance China’s interest. Who exactly is Wendi Deng Murdoch?
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Who says chickens can’t fly?
Who says chickens can’t fly? Almost 2,000 chickens flew down a mountain hill when hearing a whistle on a farm in southwest China’s Guizhou Province.
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Who is Anna May Wong? Hollywood's first Chinese-American icon
Anna May Wong was a Chinese-American actress, and the first Asian-American actress to gain international recognition. Her career spanned silent film, television, stage, and radio. Anna May was born on January 3, 1905, in Los Angeles to second-generation Chinese-American parents. At 17, she landed her first lead role in a film in color, The Toll of the Sea. At 19, she starred in The Thief of Baghdad, which introduced her to the public. However, her race prevented her from getting further lead roles in Hollywood. Anna May was considered a fashion icon. In 1934, the Mayfair Mannequin Society of New York named her the “world’s best-dressed woman,” and in 1938, Look magazine called her the “world’s most beautiful Chinese woman.” After dealing with the great disappointment of losing a role in the film The Good Earth, Anna May went on a tour of China, visiting her family’s ancestral village and studying Chinese culture. She died in 1961, at the age of 56. She was a pioneer as a leading Asian-American actor who became popular with white audiences during a historical period of racial discrimination in the U.S.
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Top 5 China viral videos of 2017
From weird traffic news to the booming technology sector in China, here's our selection of the top-five viral videos of 2017.
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The U.S.-China trade war in the eyes of New Yorkers
U.S. officials are about to make a trip to China for yet another round of trade talks. If no deal is reached, the U.S. warned, then an additional 10 percent tariff on $200 billion of Chinese goods and imports will be imposed. What do New Yorkers think of the trade war? Watch the video to find out. SupChina is an independent digital media company: https://supchina.com @supchinanews http://twitter.com/supchinanews
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Three days in Beijing before Chinese New Year 2018
How did Beijing prepare for the 2018 lunar new year? Take a look. http://supchina.com/2018/02/19/watch-three-days-in-beijing-before-chinese-new-year-2018/ A video by Jemima Barr
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Videos that went viral in China, May 8-12
What went viral in China last week? A roundup including the heroic rescue of a student and a dancing noodle maker. 1. A brave save Surveillance cameras captured the moment a Chinese railway worker stopped a female student from throwing herself in front of an incoming bullet train in southern China’s Fujian Province. 2. Motorbike escapes blaze Fire erupts after a motorcycle crashes into a dump truck’s fuel tank. Luckily, all people involved escaped unharmed. 3. A courageous act Chinese netizens have praised a sixth grader for her efforts to catch a two-year-old toddler falling from a third-floor window. 4. Dancing noodle maker A noodle maker in Chengdu has become an internet sensation for live-streaming his dancing moves while hand-pulling dough. More than 480,000 people follow him online.
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‘Goddess’ weather reporter never ages in China
A Chinese weather forecast reporter, Yang Dan, became an internet sensation recently for her young and ageless look over the course of her 22-year-long career. What’s her secret?
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The secret behind one Chinese hotpot base
When it comes to Chinese food, you have to try hotpot (火锅 huŏguō) — the dish that combines many ingredients into one pot of boiling soup and makes it all taste like heaven. Its essence is the base, which eventually becomes soup and adds flavor to the ingredients. This hotpot base factory in Sichuan, the province known for spicy hotpot, provides a behind-the-scenes peek at how its signature butter veggie base is made. Take a look! https://supchina.com/2019/02/20/the-secret-behind-one-chinese-hotpot-base/ SupChina is an independent digital media company: https://supchina.com @supchinanews http://twitter.com/supchinanews
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The Secret Menu: Kaiser Kuo makes Eggs Scrambled with Tomatoes
Episode 2 of SupChina’s cooking show highlights a homestyle classic, 西红柿炒鸡蛋. Full recipe: http://supchina.com/2017/12/14/the-secret-menu-kaiser-kuo-xihongshichaojidan/ The Secret Menu playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q9xNPQp7rbs&list=PLst_XOeeaMNPpCMGnBvmBncMSUNYu0zfd
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Haiyang on the traditional art of Chinese "mouth acrobatics" 海洋传统口技
Mouth acrobatics — kouji 口技 — involves the vocal mastering of hundreds of sounds, from cicadas to missiles. It's a 2,000-year-old Chinese art form, and Haiyang (whose real name is Jiang Lianying 江联营) is one of its best modern practitioners. Read more about him here: https://supchina.com/2018/11/30/the-work-of-haiyang-a-chinese-mouth-acrobat/ SupChina is an independent digital media company: https://supchina.com @supchinanews http://twitter.com/supchinanews
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A lucky escape from lightning strikes: Viral videos for April 24-28
From a lucky escape from lightning strikes in Dalian to a dancing grandpa: This is a one-minute compilation of the videos that lit up China’s internet over the past week. 1. A lucky escape A reporter in Dalian was hit by a lightning bolt when he was holding an umbrella during a live broadcast in a storm. Luckily, he was not injured. 2. Counting cash A Chinese bank teller shows three techniques of counting cash in a speedy way. 3. A grandpa loves dancing! Look at these moves! 4. Dad, don’t leave me. Triplets follow behind their father’s car as he leaves for work.
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Vogue and Zara, Frecklegate and "beauty" in China
Zara and Vogue both recently incited controversy in China over their use of Chinese models, with people accusing them of "exoticizing" Asian women — and worse. What triggered these reactions? And how did some Chinese push back against the negativity toward these brands? https://supchina.com/2019/03/13/vogue-and-zara-frecklegate-and-beauty-in-china-explained/ Video by Victor Zheng SupChina is an independent digital media company: https://supchina.com @supchinanews http://twitter.com/supchinanews
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Fast food: A dumplings factory in China
Previously, dumplings were made by grandmothers’ hands. Now a factory in Hebei Province has replaced human beings with machines. The whole process of making dumplings is done automatically!
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Chinese factory raises 1 billion cockroaches!
Waste processing plants run by Shandong Qiaobin Agricultural Science and Technology in Jinan, Shandong Province, use one billion cockroaches to process about 60 tons of daily kitchen waste. SupChina is an independent digital media company: https://supchina.com @supchinanews http://twitter.com/supchinanews
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China’s No. 1 oil painting village
Dafen Oil Painting Village, a suburb of Shenzhen in Guangdong Province, has hosted nearly 10,000 painters since it opened in 1989. They come from different parts of the country but share the same dream of oil painting.
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Step in and wrap your shoes
Chinese company Quen developed a shoe cover dispenser that costs about $600. People just need to step on it and the plastic will automatically fold around your shoes.
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Chinese gas station attendant lauded for bravery after extinguishing fire in 12 seconds
Can you think this fast? Watch this gas attendant save this gas station.
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Remembering Shan Tianfang, China’s most prominent storytelling artist
Shan Tianfang, 83, a prominent Chinese storyteller, passed away in Beijing on September 11 due to organ failure. He devoted more than 60 years to pingshu 评书 (píngshū), a Song dynasty–era storytelling tradition in which artists tell classical stories based on ancient Chinese history while wearing a gown and behind a table, with a folded fan and a gavel.
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Motorcycle riding: Not for the faint of heart. Viral videos in China, June 5-9, 2017
This week: A group of fearless motorcycle riders , a Hollywood-style crash scene, and more.
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Unmanned convenience stores in China
High-tech automated convenience stores have entered Beijing and Shanghai. One of them, BingoBox, opened in Shanghai in early July this year. Customers scan QR codes to enter the store and select products, and then pay using their mobile WeChat wallets. Last week, unmanned convenience stores opened in many neighborhoods in Beijing. These stores use facial recognition to let customers enter after they upload a photo to register. They also let customers pay via WeChat. In addition, these stores have a microwave, a shared cell phone charger, a freezer, and a soy milk machine.
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China’s left-behind children
In 2016, there were about 61 million left-behind children in China, with more than a third under age 17. These children live in the countryside while their parents work in big cities. Who takes care of them? Why don’t migrant workers bring their kids to cities to live with them?
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Actress Zhao Wei banned from stock markets
Actress Zhao Wei and her husband, Huang Youlong, are banned from China’s securities markets for five years for violations.
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World’s longest glass bridge opens in China
China opened the world’s longest glass bridge at the end of 2017. Dare to have a walk?
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Firefighting drones and robots are emerging in China
When a fire breaks out, every second is crucial — time saved can be the difference between life and death. Drones can help! They can scale high-rise buildings in minutes, locate trapped people, and also get into hard-to-reach areas that firefighters can’t. One company behind this is China Academy of Launch Vehicle Technology (CALT). According to Xu Jian, one of its designers, CALT’s firefighting drones are expected to roll out by the end of the year. CALT mainly works in aerospace, which shows, since its firefighting drones have the same heat-resistant quality as rockets. This isn’t the first time China has experimented with the idea of fighting fires with technology. In October 2016, two robots were seen extinguishing fires from the ground at Beijing’s Palace Museum.
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Panda nannies!
This panda nanny wears a full panda costume to play with panda cubs at the Wolong National Nature Reserve in southwest China’s Sichuan Province. Human attachment might reduce the pandas’ survival rate once they’re released… …hence the panda costume! According to the World Wide Fund for Nature, there were 1,864 giant pandas alive in the wild in China as of 2015.
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Mary Ma: Chinese fashion designers have become more creative
This year’s New York Fashion Week featured many Chinese fashion designers. I spoke with Mary Ma, who was China’s top supermodel before becoming a prominent fashion designer, and asked where she draws her inspiration.
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Meet two ligers, born to a lion father and a tiger mother!
Two baby ligers, born to a male lion and a female tiger, made their public debut at a zoo in central China’s Hubei Province. Can you believe that their cat species is the largest in the world?
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Life in a bamboo forest
Have you ever imagined living in a bamboo forest, like a hidden kung fu master from the martial arts movies? This funny guy from Chongqing, China, resides in one and clearly enjoys it. Watch him use bamboo and cook like a boss in this video! SupChina is an independent digital media company: https://supchina.com @supchinanews http://twitter.com/supchinanews
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Beijing's "low-end population" search for a new beginning
A video explainer on 低端人口: China's low-end population. http://supchina.com/tag/low-end-population/
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NEXT CHINA: A conversation with Michael Szonyi on Chinese politics
We spoke with Michael Szonyi, professor of Chinese history at Harvard University and director of the Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies, on Jan. 17 in New York City as part of the SupChina NEXT CHINA Conference. He answered questions about how the world should react to China’s growing assertiveness in foreign policy, whether there will be a tipping point for China to change political systems, and what we should look out for in the next five years. Special thanks to reporter Sophia Yan, who assisted on all of our NEXT CHINA interviews. http://supchina.com/tag/next-china-interview
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‘Flying’ wedding veils become new fad
In videos that have gone viral, a bride stands in the middle of an aisle while her veil is “flown” toward her before it gently drops on her head.
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NEXT CHINA: A conversation with Anna Fang about investment in Chinese startups
We spoke with Anna Fang, CEO of Zhen Fund, on Jan. 17 in New York City as part of the SupChina NEXT CHINA Conference. She answered questions about the future of tech and entrepreneurship in China, what her company looks for in terms of investing in startups, and the trend of Chinese startups expanding quickly overseas. Special thanks to reporter Sophia Yan, who assisted on all of our NEXT CHINA interviews. http://supchina.com/tag/next-china-interview
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Highlights of Chinese Premier Li Keqiang’s press conference
During the two-hour-long press conference in Beijing on Friday, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang answered questions from journalists at home and abroad. He addressed foreign investors’ concerns about accessing China’s domestic markets, shared his views on the current trade war between China and the U.S., and showed confidence in the country’s financial sector. SupChina is an independent digital media company: https://supchina.com @supchinanews http://twitter.com/supchinanews
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