This category includes sites that reflect the make up of China's community: its people, its history, and resources and institutions that serve its people.
Discussion of the relationship between the Chinese and Western calendars, with related data.
Information on traditional and contemporary practices in China and Hong Kong.
Essays on aspects of Chinese and Western history and philosophy, focusing on their shared features. By Robert Trout.
Digitized images of nearly all issues of this magazine which was published (in Chinese) in Shanghai in the 1930s. Featured articles on fashion, interior decoration, pop psychology, and new careers; and also advice columns on love, sex, and marriage, as well as lavish illustrations of local and Hollywood celebrities.
Charityware program which calculates the dates of major Chinese festivals for the years 1900-2060.
Converts between the traditional Chinese lunar calendar and the Western calendar.
Articles on various aspects of the country by a Hong Kong-based reporter.
Includes leap lunar month and the difference between astronomical calendar and civil calendar.
UN mission to assist China in developing solutions to the country's development challenges and improving society by reducing poverty, strengthening rule of law, promoting environmental sustainability, and fighting HIV/AIDS.
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