，Everyone's Cup of Tea? Hong Kong-style tea cafes first appeared in the 1930s in Hongkong. Now they can be found in almost all the large cities in China. Beijing, of course, has no exception.
，Fit for an Emperor Great food is one of the things people most like about Beijing. But have you ever wondered how Chinese emperors ate in this ancient capital city? There's an easy - if slightly expensive - way to find out.
，The Need to Read--Libraries in Shanghai As China's most dynamic city, Shanghai is better off in its public library system than any other city or region in China. However, compared to its counterparts abroad, the city's libraries seem still not enough.