Moving to the developed world sounds like a great plan. Comparing to the developing world, immigrating to developed countries will automatically grant people the opportunities that they might not have before: healthcare, education, you name it.
For Chinese football player Wei Shihao, he escaped a red card on the field in the game against Uzbekistan. However, he did not escape the massive backlash from Chinese media and public opinion after the game.
A chemical factory in eastern China suffered from a deadly explosion, causing at least 78 people dead and more than 500 people injured.
Chinese Movie ‘The Crossing’ officially went on air around the world last Friday. While the movie may have a theme on youth, relationship, and identity recognition, the cross-border experiences described in the story revealed the larger implication of this existing Hong Kong-Shenzhen border.
All 157 people on board the Ethiopian Airlines flight 302 died in the devastating crash, including eight crew members.
Chinese tech entrepreneurs seem to have a special affinity for sharing. From ride-sharing, bike-sharing, to room-sharing, various forms of sharing services can be found everywhere. Recently, medical service sharing became a possibility for patients who have trouble commuting to hospitals to receive health care.
Despite credible evidence suggesting the potential positive effects that games could have on children, reserved Chinese parents do not seem to be fully convinced by these arguments.
From train tickets and concert shows, to medical appointments, swindlers can be found in many places in China. While some residents benefit from their services by being able to secure some of the services they need, albeit, at a higher price.
Hukou, also known as the Chinese household-registration system, is the most important thing for many Chinese families. It is a sign of social status, a ticket to urban welfare, and a key factor when it comes to dating and marriage.
It takes several years for the smartest minds around the world to get a PhD degree in the subjects they excel in. But for some, their PhD studies seem to be way too easy.
With companies celebrating their year-end galas, people getting their red packets, and businesses ready to take a pause, we could simply tell that the Chinese New Year is coming.
The Chinese Men’s national football team ended their journey after a disappointing 0-3 loss against Iran in the 2019 Asian Cup. Even though Iran is one of the best teams in Asia, the Chinese were not happy with the game results.
With the Chinese New Year coming up in couple of weeks, a vast majority of Chinese migrant workers are going on a battle to return home. With the demand for train tickets and plane tickets significantly increasing before the holiday season, and tickets are now becoming a scarce resource that everyone is fighting for.
As we step into the year of 2019, various regulations and laws in China will come into effect starting from Jan. 1st.
On Dec. 22nd, WeChat launched its IOS 7.0 version on Apple App Store. WeChat is like Facebook, What’sApp, Apple Pay and Uber all in one.