CGTN teaches you how to make Dumplings
February 19, 2018

The essential Chinese New Year dumpling tutorial

Making dumplings is as fun as eating them. The act of making them, known as “wrapping dumplings”, is often a communal event. Join CGTN’s Zhongyi Su and Yufei Ge and friends as they show you how to make these delicious bites.

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Chinese dancers portray love, war and resilience on US stage
February 5, 2018

Chinese dancers portray love, war and resilience on US stage

It’s time for a story about a love that cannot be – in a time that cannot be forgotten. “Dragon Boat Racing” is a dance-drama wowing crowds in Washington, D.C. The Guangdong Dance Ensemble performed the piece at the renowned Kennedy Center. CGTN’s Roee Ruttenberg reports on this emotional performance that resonates across cultures.

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Super Blue Blood Moon, Golden Gate Bridge
January 31, 2018

Super Blue Blood Moon seen across the world

Different parts of the world caught a glimpse of a total lunar eclipse, and see the so-called ‘super blue blood moon’ on January 31, 2018. The moon appears to look extra large as a result of three unusual events happening: a blue moon, a super moon, and a total eclipse.

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Recipe for Life
January 16, 2018

Recipe for Life

Full Frame’s Recipe for Life segment gives new meaning to “food for thought!” Join CGTN’s Asieh Namdar as she meets inspirational people from diverse backgrounds and learns to make dishes that hold a special significance for her guests.

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Cuban Millennials
December 25, 2017

Cuba Millennials

These are challenging times for Cuban millennials: balancing the system they grew up with while exploring new prospects for the future. In a CGTN special series, correspondent Michael Voss speaks to a range of young Cubans from all walks of life.

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Roberto Canessa
December 20, 2017

Survivor Roberto Canessa relives 1972 plane crash in the Andes

On December 21, 1972, two members of a rugby team from Uruguay – who had been walking through the snow-capped Andes mountains in search of civilization – encountered a shepherd. Forty-five years later, survivor Roberto Canessa remembers their agonizing ordeal for “Americas Now.”

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PERU: Making the grade
December 11, 2017

Education in Peru: Making the grade

In this five-part series, CGTN’s Dan Collyns zeroes in on Peru and the education issues facing Latin America. As the region’s youth are the first generation more likely to grow up middle class than in poverty, how will education help or hinder their dreams?

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CGTN DIGITAL: 2017 in review
December 4, 2017

CGTN DIGITAL: 2017 in review

As 2017 comes to a close, it’s easy to forget many moments that shaped this past year. Politics, war, technology, disasters, sporting triumphs and our ever changing culture – CGTN Digital shares highlights from the year that was.

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Movie Theater
November 22, 2017

Hollywood reboots and remakes past big box office movies

Movie remakes are big business. Hollywood can’t get enough of bringing the old ones back. Whether it’s totally overhauling (or completely copying the original), it’s a guaranteed way of getting people in movie theaters and generating publicity.

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Donald Trump
November 9, 2017

Who are the top people advising Trump on foreign policy

  Rex Tillerson  U.S. Secretary of State. Tillerson is a former CEO of ExxonMobil. Tillerson entered the Trump administration with no previous political experience. He supports tougher sanctions on the DPRK. He has been sharply critical of some Chinese policies, but he is a pragmatist […]

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