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I can’t read enough about the small daily food-and-drink rituals that together form a culture. Here’s one about hot water, the beverage of choice in China. It made me rethink the glass of cold water on my desk. — Kim Severson, Atlanta-based food reporter

I can’t read enough about the small daily food-and-drink rituals that together form a culture. Here’s one about hot water, the beverage of choice in China. It made me rethink the glass of cold water on my desk. — Kim Severson, Atlanta-based food reporter

cette photo est prise par The Eng Loe Djatinegoro à Lijiang en Guangxi province. le pêcheur dans la photo exploite les cormorans plonger pour saisir des poissons.

cette photo est prise par The Eng Loe Djatinegoro à Lijiang en Guangxi province. le pêcheur dans la photo exploite les cormorans plonger pour saisir des poissons.

Chinese investment … a copper mine in the southern Democratic Republic of Congo. Photograph: Katrina Manson/Reuters

Chinese investment … a copper mine in the southern Democratic Republic of Congo. Photograph: Katrina Manson/Reuters

New York Times: May 25, 2014 - 25th anniverswary of Tiananmen Square massacre prompts campaign of silence

New York Times: May 25, 2014 - 25th anniverswary of Tiananmen Square massacre prompts campaign of silence

art by Christina Hagerfors // via NyTimes.com How Deng Xiaoping Helped Create a Corrupt China

art by Christina Hagerfors // via NyTimes.com How Deng Xiaoping Helped Create a Corrupt China

Customs officers stood guard in front of illegal ivory as it was destroyed in Dongguan...China standing against ivory

Customs officers stood guard in front of illegal ivory as it was destroyed in Dongguan...China standing against ivory

Your balcony fell off? Chabuduo. Vaccines are overheated? Chabuduo. How China became the land of disastrous corner-cutting

Your balcony fell off? Chabuduo. Vaccines are overheated? Chabuduo. How China became the land of disastrous corner-cutting

Chengdu - The E. Gene Smith Library at the Southwest University for Nationalities in Chengdu, China recently began preservation and display of works collected and preserved by the man for whom the library is named. The works are Tibetan texts, rescued from the Cultural Revolution by Smith, who gathered them from Tibetan refugees among others. - See more at: http://blog.valuethisnow.com/posts/valuable-tibetan-texts-reach-chinese-museum#sthash.wqd9pUrR.dpuf

Chengdu - The E. Gene Smith Library at the Southwest University for Nationalities in Chengdu, China recently began preservation and display of works collected and preserved by the man for whom the library is named. The works are Tibetan texts, rescued from the Cultural Revolution by Smith, who gathered them from Tibetan refugees among others. - See more at: http://blog.valuethisnow.com/posts/valuable-tibetan-texts-reach-chinese-museum#sthash.wqd9pUrR.dpuf

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