We never had curries or Chinese or stuff like that, like my cool friends in London did.
Before the game, Chinese media had been trying to play up the warm-and-fuzzy symbolism of the exhibition match.
Chinese artist Ai Weiwei has been released from jail after three months.
What does it mean for a Chinese tiger, stuffed by the English, to be left as moth-food today?
Chinese math guru Lu Chao currently holds the Guinness World Record for most memorized digits.
The steamer was small and only fairly comfortable; the service was Chinese.
We have exacted from him what is at variance with the fixed Chinese policy of ages.
In Chinese even they yield up their striking secrets of verbal metaphor.
She can do anything—sing, talk modern Greek and Chinese—Cadge is wonderful.
Chinese ladies use the juice for dyeing their hair and eyebrows.
1570s, from China + -ese. As a noun from c.1600. Chinee (n.) is a vulgar back-formation from this word on the mistaken notion that the word is a plural. As an adjective, Chinish also was used 16c. Chinese fire-drill "chaotic situation of many people rushing around futilely" is attested by 1962, U.S. military slang. The game Chinese checkers is attested from 1938.