Majestic Hellas House Opens its Doors in Shanghai (photos)

Greece has a new outpost in the Far East as Hellas House -- an impressive social, cultural and business hub in Shanghai -- throws...

Antikythera Wreck Artifacts Travel to China for Beijing Exhibition

Greece's archaeological council has approved an exhibition of the Antikythera wreck artifacts in Beijing's Palace Museum, located the Forbidden City section of the Chinese capital. The...

Greek Investors Take Part in Global Shipping Forum

A major shipping conference involving Greek industry experts has taken place in Shanghai, attracting over 400 delegates. The Third Annual Capital Link International Shipping Forum...

Exhibition of Ancient Greek Innovations in China

The "EUREKA! Ancient Greek Science, Art and Technology Exhibition" hosted by the China Science and Technology Museum (CSTM) in Beijing, is a one-stop destination...

E-Commerce Changes Life in Rural China

By Du Yifei from People’s Daily E-commerce is helping revitalize China's rural areas and improve people’s lives. It has also emerged as a new growth...

Chinese Subway Passengers Catch Blunders in Mural Depicting Athens in Turkey

Chinese subway passengers using the subway Line 3 in Xian in Shaanxi province in northern China have recently had a lot to say about...

How Tai Chi Changed One Greek Woman’s Life [Photos]

Back in 2014 Greek Roza Maragopoulou left her home in Athens to study tai chi in its birthplace -- Chenjiagou, in China's Henan province. For...

Beautiful ‘Aegean’ Concert Celebrates Greek-Chinese Cultures in Chengdu [photos]

On November 11, on what has been dubbed as "Single's Day" in China, where people seek out their "Mr/Ms Right," a concert took place...

‘Window to Greece’: Greek Gastronomy Festival in China Proves Huge Success

A festival of gastronomy entitled "Window to Greece" was organized on October 13-30 by the Consulate General of Guangzhou in collaboration with China's Tourism...

Did Ancient Greeks Help Create Famous Chinese Terracotta Warriors?

New studies regarding the 8,000 statues that guard the mausoleum of the First Emperor of China reveal that they were most likely created under...