"Cities are cultural artefacts," says Tom Kvan from the University of Melbourne in Australia. "They must reflect the culture of the way people live and wish to live."
The attraction of wushu's extensive and profound cultural roots in various martial arts schools has long fascinated the world, while presenting challenges to promoting it internationally due to the lack of unified standards and teaching methods.
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A recent graduation ceremony made news not because of who made the speeches or what was said, but because of what everyone wore.
The "successful Chinese model" is increasingly being copied by other countries, an expert on EU foreign policy says.
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