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History of China

A journey into 5,000 years of Chinese history starts here with a single click.

  1. 2008 Beijing Olympics
  2. 2008 Milk Scandal
  3. Tiananmen Square Protests

Guangzhou Asian Games 2010

Find everything you need to know about the Guangzhou Asian Games 2010.

Guangzhou Asian Games 2010: Chinese Athletes

Some 1,454 Chinese athletes are competing in 42 sports ranging from soccer and gymnastics to chess and wushu at the Guangzhou Asian Games 2010. Learn more about these top Chinese athletes.

National Anthem of the Republic of China

Learn the words to Taiwan’s national anthem. The lyrics to the National Anthem of the Republic of China are from a speech given in 1924 by Sun Yat-sen at the opening of the Whampoa Military Academy in Guangzhou, China.

Asian Games

The Guangzhou Asian Games 2010 is taking place in Guangzhou, the capital of Guangdong province. The Asian Games are held every four years. Over 9,000 athletes from 45 countries are competing in 42 sports ranging from soccer and gymnastics to chess and wushu. The Asian Games continue through Nov. 27.

Profile of Yan Fu

A profile of 19th Century Chinese intellectual Yan Fu.

How to Get Tickets to the Guangzhou Asian Games 2010

The Guangzhou Asian Games 2010 is taking place in Guangzhou, the capital of Guangdong province. The Asian Games are held every four years. Over 9,000 athletes from 45 countries are competing in 42 sports ranging from soccer and gymnastics to chess and wushu. The Asian Games continue through Nov. 27. Learn how to get tickets.

The Creation of Race in China

The Creation of a Race

The Impact of the Qin Dynasty

The impact of China’s First Dynasty

Chinese History from the People’s Republic of China

Guangzhou Asian Games 2010 iPhone Apps

The Guangzhou Asian Games 2010 is taking place in Guangzhou, the capital of Guangdong province. The Asian Games are held every four years. Over 9,000 athletes from 45 countries are competing in 42 sports ranging from soccer and gymnastics to chess and wushu. The Asian Games continue through Nov. 27.

A Brief History of China

Watch the Guangzhou Asian Games 2010

The Guangzhou Asian Games 2010 is taking place in Guangzhou, the capital of Guangdong province. The Asian Games are held every four years. Over 9,000 athletes from 45 countries are competing in 42 sports ranging from soccer and gymnastics to chess and wushu. The Asian Games continue through Nov. 27.

Chinese History for Beginners

Chinese History for Kids

Guangzhou Asian Games 2010

The Guangzhou Asian Games 2010 is taking place in Guangzhou, the capital of Guangdong province. The Asian Games are held every four years. Over 9,000 athletes from 45 countries are competing in 42 sports ranging from soccer and gymnastics to chess and wushu. The Asian Games continue through Nov. 27.

Chinese History from People’s Daily

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The Chinese Diaspora
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Law in China
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Religion in China
Minorities in China
The Chinese Language
Chinese Festivals
Music in China
Art in China
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