Long the purveyors of advanced skills and knowledge, Chinese sea turtles, or overseas returnees, are now finding a different environment back home.
People are taking to soccer in China, but is it just a passing fad or a phenomena that’s here to stay?
Author and researcher Leta Hong Fincher on the confounding phenomenon of women forfeiting their property wealth in China.
Online and mobile dating should be a natural fit for the country, so why are are dating sites in China not making more money? Swirling pools of onlookers and parents pore over a bulletin board in Shanghai’s bustling marriage market, nestled in People’s Park in the city’s center, occupying what was formerly a colonial racetrack. Filled with […]
How serious is air pollution in China and how is the country addressing it at a policy level? Also, what kind of business opportunities is this creating? A comprehensive look. If you live in China, chances are the one thing you’d be most concerned about is the level of PM2.5 in the air. PM2.5, or particulate matter […]
Official figures of unemployment in China may not be showing us the reality of joblessness for recent graduates and migrant workers. Recent graduate James Du has been searching for a job for four months in Beijing to no avail. The holder of a master’s degree in finance from Moscow University of Industry and Finance rationalizes: […]
Various cities across China are restricting new car purchases in an effort to curb pollution and traffic using either auctions or lotteries. Which of these two methods works better? In efforts to contain rapidly-escalating congestion and pollution, city governments across China are experimenting with numerous methods to pull cars off the road. Some of these […]
China’s mobile gaming companies are using every trick in the book to lure users in what is now one of the world’s largest and fastest growing gaming markets. Welcome to the new battleground in China’s fast-changing internet economy. “Welcome to this super cute game! Protect the carrots from monsters!” This is the lead of the second edition of the Chinese mobile […]
China’s public healthcare system is ill-equipped to handle growing demand. On the other hand, private healthcare in China is not an easy field to play in due to several reasons. Will investment sentiment survive in the country’s beleaguered healthcare sector? It’s a typical scene in Subei People’s Hospital in Yangzhou, a third-tier city in China’s coastal […]