Muhong Liu, Author at SupChina
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.

Beautiful batik by the Miao people!

Batik is a wax-resistant dyeing technique used mainly on cloth. The Miao people have used it for…

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Watch this artist make figures out of dough!

Dough modeling is a traditional form of art in China, and Zhanhang Xiao, age 60, is

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Viral video compilation, March 11–15

  Drawing with jam       2. Unique ways to set a table at a…

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How to turn a broken vase into a home for bonsai

This bonsai artist on Kuaishou, a Chinese video-sharing platform, can remake a broken and abandoned vase into…

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Not your average makeup skills!

Check out the amazing makeup transformations that this girl can do!

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Meet the master of coin sculptures!

A guy with the alias “Coin Master” recently had some of his videos go viral on Kuaishou,…

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

Chinese people have been eating noodles for many years! The earliest written record is from a book…

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These custom drawings make a designer’s shoes look mediocre!

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!

No family in China can have the last meal of the year, nian ye fan

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How to show off your knife skills by cutting fruit!

Chinese New Year begins next week, so people are starting to prepare food for the holiday —…

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