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Muhong Liu

Muhong Liu is from Beijing, China. He studied film production at Hofstra University and has worked at Viacom Inc and Paramount Pictures in China.

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Viral video compilation, March 11–15

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Not your average makeup skills!

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The ways that Chinese noodles are made will blow your mind!

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A student at the Sichuan Fine Arts Institute shared some of his drawings of white shoes on…

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Amazing ink brush writing skills infused with workout!

Most ink brush writers today prefer to use light brushes with firm tips. They’re easy to use…

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When hip-hop dance is infused with fireworks!

Bo Tao is an amateur hip-hop dancer in Guangdong, China, who likes to share his dance moves…

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Some fun things to do in the snow!

Most cities in China don’t get much snow during the winter. But that doesn’t stop people from…

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Teams of skilled performers dance in dragon costumes!

Like the lion dance, the dragon dance is a traditional festive performance in China. It involves a…

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Amazing fireworks in China during New Year’s Eve

Traditionally in China, people set off fireworks on Chinese New Year’s Eve. The effect is beautiful, especially…

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The simple process of making traditional pastries for Chinese New Year!

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How to show off your knife skills by cutting fruit!

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