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Although China is officially an atheist state, in recent years it has allowed people to celebrate this very significant Christian holiday.
The Internet has revolutionized the way that millions in China communicate with the outside world. But for some Chinese teenagers the thrill of using the Internet came with a high price: addiction.
From spitting to smoking; honking to hygiene, Beijing is going to great lengths to clean up its image for the 2008 Olympics.
The American election has also proven quite fascinating for one group of visiting international journalists: students from China.
English is the most spoken language worldwide, but it might not be for long.
One of the great things about Beijing is its strong international flavor.
Olympic coverage and emphasis on Beijing has given the world a better understanding of China.
Over the past 16 days, the world has been watching China and it has delivered quite a performance.
The Olympics are over, but many Chinese don't see today as the end of the party.
The United Nations estimates that China will be the most popular tourist destination in the world by 2020.
Beijing’s Hongqiao Market is a great place to find great deals, and hone your shopping techniques.
Thirty years ago, the Chinese government forbid all religious activity. Today, freedom of religion is in China's constitution.
Nearly everyone I’ve talked to says that religion is a positive force in society. Watch the video to hear different views on the role of religion in China.
Some of the Games' most impressive achievements come free of charge, courtesy of thousands Olympic volunteers.
Judith Shapiro, author of "Mao's War Against Nature," talks to CBN News Reporter Laura Robertson about how China is trying to live green.
CBN News Reporter Laura Robertson is on the streets of Beijing, China, to find out how the locals feel about preserving the environment post-Olympics.
Beijing has made massive strides in cleaning up the city for the Olympics. But China's war with pollution is only just beginning.
One Chinese says he has preached from every book of the Bible, and that his sermons have been free of government censorship or interference.