From rural China to Harvard Commencement...A video showing a Chinese student giving a graduation speech at Harvard University has gone viral on China's social media. He Jiang is the first graduate from the Chinese mainland to ever speak at the ceremony. He comes from a poor family in a village in central China's Hunan Province. Our correspondents have visited his home and talked to his parents. More in this video.

From rural China to Harvard Commencement...A video showing a Chinese student giving a graduation speech at Harvard University has gone viral on China's social media. He Jiang is the first graduate from the Chinese mainland to ever speak at the ceremony. He comes from a poor family in a village in central China's Hunan Province. Our correspondents have visited his home and talked to his parents. More in this video.

From rural China to Harvard Commencement...A video showing a Chinese student giving a graduation speech at Harvard University has gone viral on China's social media. He Jiang is the first graduate from the Chinese mainland to ever speak at the ceremony. He comes from a poor family in a village in central China's Hunan Province. Our correspondents have visited his home and talked to his parents. More in this video.

From rural China to Harvard Commencement...A video showing a Chinese student giving a graduation speech at Harvard University has gone viral on China's social media. He Jiang is the first graduate from the Chinese mainland to ever speak at the ceremony. He comes from a poor family in a village in central China's Hunan Province. Our correspondents have visited his home and talked to his parents. More in this video.

U.S. billionaire philanthropist and Microsoft founder Bill Gates opens a blog channel on WeChat, China’s most popular social network platform with 846 million monthly active users.  “Hello and welcome to my WeChat public account,” Gates said in Chinese language in his opening sentence of a 30-second video that has been watched for over 100,000 times within 24 hours.  Gates is the latest celebrity reaching out to Chinese fans through WeChat. The app, launched in 2011, has become a dominant…

U.S. billionaire philanthropist and Microsoft founder Bill Gates opens a blog channel on WeChat, China’s most popular social network platform with 846 million monthly active users. “Hello and welcome to my WeChat public account,” Gates said in Chinese language in his opening sentence of a 30-second video that has been watched for over 100,000 times within 24 hours. Gates is the latest celebrity reaching out to Chinese fans through WeChat. The app, launched in 2011, has become a dominant…

Flipboard: Your News Magazine v3.4.12   Flipboard: Your News Magazine v3.4.12Requirements:Varies with deviceOverview:Flipboard brings together world news and social news in a beautiful magazine. Flipboard's award-winning experience lets people see everything in one place.  Description Flipboard is your personal magazine. Used by millions of people everyday its a single place to keep up on the news follow topics you care about and share stories videos and photos that influence you.  To start…

Flipboard: Your News Magazine v3.4.12 Flipboard: Your News Magazine v3.4.12Requirements:Varies with deviceOverview:Flipboard brings together world news and social news in a beautiful magazine. Flipboard's award-winning experience lets people see everything in one place. Description Flipboard is your personal magazine. Used by millions of people everyday its a single place to keep up on the news follow topics you care about and share stories videos and photos that influence you. To start…

Costa Rican President Luis Guillermo Solis said that Costa Rica-China cooperation has transformed into concrete projects in the Central American nation. The two countries established diplomatic relations in 2007. Solis assessed the relations as being "very positive," adding that ties with China strengthen Costa Rica's economic structures and social well-being, particularly through infrastructure building.

Costa Rican President Luis Guillermo Solis said that Costa Rica-China cooperation has transformed into concrete projects in the Central American nation. The two countries established diplomatic relations in 2007. Solis assessed the relations as being "very positive," adding that ties with China strengthen Costa Rica's economic structures and social well-being, particularly through infrastructure building.

Forbidden City? It's a new campus in eastern China's Jiangxi Province. It has gone viral in social media for its magnificent retro style.

Forbidden City? It's a new campus in eastern China's Jiangxi Province. It has gone viral in social media for its magnificent retro style.

Foreigners in the  #LongMarch: German communist Otto Braun, under his Chinese name Li De, served as a military commander in the Communist Party of China in the 1930s. As a controversial figure in history, his disastrous command almost destroy the Red Army. However, he helped the embattled CPC escape the Kuomintang's encirclement with the proposal which later came to be known as the Long March. CCTVNews

Foreigners in the #LongMarch: German communist Otto Braun, under his Chinese name Li De, served as a military commander in the Communist Party of China in the 1930s. As a controversial figure in history, his disastrous command almost destroy the Red Army. However, he helped the embattled CPC escape the Kuomintang's encirclement with the proposal which later came to be known as the Long March. CCTVNews

Rewi Alley, a New Zealand-born writer, social reformer and educator, was an old friend of the Chinese people, spending 60 years working and living in China in the 20th century. This year marks the 120th anniversary of his birth. His adopted son recalls his life in China.

Rewi Alley, a New Zealand-born writer, social reformer and educator, was an old friend of the Chinese people, spending 60 years working and living in China in the 20th century. This year marks the 120th anniversary of his birth. His adopted son recalls his life in China.

The economic partnership between China and Australia is one which is often described by experts and leaders alike as a "win-win", not only because of the mutually beneficial economic outcomes, but also the positive social, and cultural outcomes it creates between the two nations, an expert says.

The economic partnership between China and Australia is one which is often described by experts and leaders alike as a "win-win", not only because of the mutually beneficial economic outcomes, but also the positive social, and cultural outcomes it creates between the two nations, an expert says.

"When Facebook Likes Meet Real Life, Things Get ... Complicated"  Likes don't save lives. Money does. Less than 8 USD can get 12 polio vaccinations.

When Facebook Likes Meet Real Life, Things Get ... Complicated

"When Facebook Likes Meet Real Life, Things Get ... Complicated" Likes don't save lives. Money does. Less than 8 USD can get 12 polio vaccinations.

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