Nov 4, 2013
Chinese Spurned Wheels for Sledge to Build Forbidden City
Chinese workers appear to have used a sledge, not wheels, to lug stones heavier than a Jumbo Jet to build Beijing's Forbidden City palace six centuries ago.
Rare Yongle bronze figure sells for over $1.3 million at Bonhams New York sale
A fine and rare gilt bronze figure of Shadakshari Lokeshvara from the Yongle period has sold for $1,370,500 at Bonhams Chinese Art from the Scholar's Studio auction, realizing more than six times its pre-auction estimate.
People's Daily Online
'Travel everywhere in Beijing': Wuta Temple
Related: >> 'Travel everywhere in Beijing': China Railway Museum With its original name of 'Zhenjue Temple' , Wuta Temple was first constructed during the Yongle years of the Ming Dynasty .
the Bear's Lair : China's rise to hegemony
China's rise to hegemony By Martin Hutchinson US economic, military and foreign policy blunders make China's global dominance appear entirely realistic, and for many observers inevitable.
The Daily News Journal
MTSU wraps China visit
The stops at Chongqing University of Posts and Telecommunications; Communication University of China in Beijing; and Hanban Confucius Institute's global headquarters in Beijing wrapped up the delegation's seven-city agenda.