Tourism can be an easy way to boost rural economies, but local residents may become marginalized
A torrent of criticism has seen the room rental company abandon a competition themed around breaking down cultural barriers
The Trump administration is taking a different approach to Europe, which does not bode well for Europe, America and the world, says scholar
China has handled debt relationships differently than Western countries have in the past, so the same models cannot apply to financing of Belt and Road projects, claims scholar
A market-oriented debt-equity swap program would to some degree alleviates debt pressure
1. Braised eggplant, grilled cauliflower, and fried noodles with sliced pork: the Baopals pals, Charlie, Jay and Tyler, order their meal at a Hunanese restaurant in Shanghai.
2. Jay and Charlie attend a summit on e-commerce entrepreneurship in early July.
3. Jay and Charlie say they are trying to build trust between expats and Taobao vendors, and to dispel the common misconception that products made in China are of low quality.
4. This startup experience has convinced the team of China’s promising business environment.
5. The trio still cannot figure out how on earth deliveries in China can arrive so quickly.
6. Jay and Charlie look after the company’s operations and team building, while Tyler handles all the tech work.
The best way for China to celebrate four decades of ambitious economic progress is to show it means business
A sweeping restructure is in place to make the government and the Party more adaptive to the modern era, and better able to build a rising, large nation
Chinese scientists have successfully developed a new universal antibody drug that it is hoped could prevent people from contracting HIV, as well as treat the virus
To help persuade rural dwellers to give up the tradition of burying the deceased in tombs that take up valuable land in favor of cremation, officials are enlisting the help of trusted local feng shui practitioners