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60 Percent of Foreigners Already See China as a “Global Power”

Dec 18, 2014 Comments(11)

This article, translated from Wenxuecity.com is a survey that shows Western views on China as a global power. The data is compiled from a survey taken by the Global Times and shows that China is increasingly being recognized as growing international influence. Read more>>

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Who are Chinese AIDS Patients: Gay or Straight? Northerners or Southerners?

Dec 16, 2014 Comments(9)

This translated article, published in ifeng.com, reports the latest statistics and findings related to AIDs and HIV infection in China. The data was published by the National Health Planning Commission, disclosing key information on transmission rates, ...... Read More>>

Blogger Explores the Types of American Men Who Marry Chinese Women Hot

Dec 09, 2014 Comments(37)

A recently published blog on popular Chinese portal site ifeng.com explores the subject of Sino-US coupling, in particular the type of man that marries a Chinese woman. The author identifies six types. Do you agree? ... Read More>>

An Anxious Beijing to Departing Expats: “Please Stay, Guests from Far Away.” Hot

Dec 02, 2014 Comments(52)

This article, translated from Wenxuecity.com, discusses possible reasons behind the continuing decrease in foreigners choosing to live in Beijing. ... Read More>>

Survey: Sexual Harassment is Rampant Among Female College Students in China Hot

Nov 27, 2014 Comments(23)

Over the years, reports and studies about the rise of sexual harassment in China have been published on a frequent basis and despite implementing a sexual harassment law in 2005, the problem does not seem to be abating. This translated article highlights ...... Read More>>

Rejected in Japan, Accepted in Germany: How Useful Are Chinese Driver’s Licenses Abroad?

Nov 25, 2014 Comments(6)

Have you been toying with the idea of obtaining your first-time driver’s license in China but aren’t quite sure if it’s a wise idea? This article about which countries recognize Chinese driver’s licenses may just help make that decision a little easier. ...... Read More>>

China’s Foreign Exchange Underworld: Foreigners Scam Traders Out of 370,000 RMB in Beijing Hot

Nov 20, 2014 Comments(10)

If you think foreigners are the only ones to get scammed in China, think again. This article tells the story of a number of people engaged in the underground currency exchange business in Beijing who recently felt the sting of being conned out hundreds of ...... Read More>>

Deciphering “APEC Blue”: Man-Made Effort or Sent from the Skies?

Nov 18, 2014 Comments(3)

This article discusses the measures and factors that gave birth to “APEC Blue”—a new term that has taken China by storm – and the findings from an official post-APEC Blue report. Could every day in Beijing be an “APEC Blue” day? ... Read More>>

Megaphones & Giant Class Sizes: Have Chinese “Super Schools” Gone Too Far? Hot

Nov 13, 2014 Comments(14)

This translated article discusses the quality of education at China’s “super schools”, a new breed of schools with overcrowded classrooms and teachers shouting through megaphones. While many applaud their students’ academic achievements, one cannot help ...... Read More>>

Cancer in China: Survival Rate Much Lower Than In Developed Countries

Nov 11, 2014 Comments(4)

A recent analysis of data related to cancer survival was recently published, which shows that China’s five year cancer survival rate was only 30.9 percent. This number is far below the rates of developed countries.... Read More>>

From Cooks to Flight Attendants: China’s Top 11 Professions with the Most Singles Hot

Nov 06, 2014 Comments(4)

No holiday in China can be complete without the release of numerous very unscientific lists of superlatives, generalizations and questionable survey results, and this year’s Singles Day is no exception. Read on for the 2014 list of top 11 professions with ...... Read More>>

Chinglish Translation on Shanghai Subway Gains Notoriety Hot

Nov 04, 2014 Comments(10)

A Chinglish sign intended to provide useful information to English-speaking passengers at a busy subway station in Shanghai recently caused embarrassment and furor among the public. Even in a city like Shanghai, the days of confusing Chinglish signs are far ...... Read More>>

The World’s Top 10 Most Profitable Companies: ICBC Beats Apple for Top Spot Hot

Oct 30, 2014 Comments(3)

Reuters China recently reported that the company with the highest profits in the world is China’s ICBC, beating Apple to the top spot. Several other Chinese companies also made it into the top ten list, showing China’s prominence in the global economy. ... Read More>>

Mark Zuckerberg’s Speech in Chinese Unplanned, Facebook CEO Caught Up in Audience’s Excitement Hot

Oct 28, 2014 Comments(14)

The following article translated from Wenxuecity describes Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s appearance at Tsinghua University, where he was attending a Q&A session following his appointment to Tsinghua University’s Advisory Board. Zuckerberg, who has a ...... Read More>>

16 Things in Chinese Society that Foreigners Envy Hot

Oct 21, 2014 Comments(79)

This opinion piece, translated from ifeng.com and a shining example of Occidentalism, was written by a Yao Shujie, a professor of contemporary Chinese studies at the University of Nottingham in the United Kingdom. ... Read More>>

Young Man Earns 3,000 Yuan a Month as Running Partner for Women and Students Hot

Oct 16, 2014 Comments(9)

This article, translated from wenxuecity.com talks about a man who has turned his fitness hobby into a side business as a ‘running partner’ for hire. ... Read More>>

US Doctor Shocked At Chinese Hospital Procedures, Says It Resembles a Factory Plant Hot

Oct 14, 2014 Comments(17)

This article, translated from wenxuecity.com gives us a view of the Chinese medical profession through the eyes of Richard, a US doctor and compares the differences in approach and bedside manner between the two countries. ... Read More>>

Chinese Man Asks U.S. Police How They Would Deal With Hong Kong Student Occupation Hot

Oct 11, 2014 Comments(30)

This opinion piece, translated from Wenxuecity.com is a post by popular Chinese blogger 'Brother Cui’. Here, he interviews a US policeman in an attempt to analyze and compare the behaviour of western and Hong Kong police when dealing with protestors. ... Read More>>

What do Foreigners See When They Watch Chinese Movies? Hot

Oct 09, 2014 Comments(10)

This article, translated from sohu.com attempts to analyse foreigners’ attitudes to Chinese cinema through a survey conducted online. ... Read More>>

Are Chinese People all Shopaholics? Chinese Tourists Spend the Most Abroad Globally Hot

Oct 07, 2014 Comments(16)

Shopping while abroad has become very important to Chinese tourists. According to the World Tourism Organization, nearly 100 million Chinese people traveled abroad in 2013. With these numbers, China has become the nation with the largest number of outbound ...... Read More>>

Henan Monkey Performers Arrested in Heilongjiang: Did They Actually Commit A Crime?

Oct 02, 2014 Comments(8)

This article, translated from ifeng.com sheds light on a recent controversy in Northeastern China after four street performers who worked with monkeys were arrested. ... Read More>>

Detained Newspaper Boss Shen Hao’s Wife Makes a Stand for Her Husband

Sep 29, 2014 Comments(3)

This article, translated from wenxuecity.com is an interview with Jing Hua, the wife of former 21st Century Business Herald editor, Shen Hao, who was detained on September 25. ... Read More>>

Is China’s Education System Driving Away Top Students? Sharp Increase in Chinese Students Abroad: Part 2

Sep 25, 2014 Comments(9)

This article is the second part of a two part article translated from ifeng.com exploring the recent increase in Chinese students choosing to go abroad for high school and undergraduate study. ... Read More>>

Is China’s Education System Driving Away Top Students? Sharp Increase in Chinese Students Abroad:Part 1 Hot

Sep 23, 2014 Comments(13)

This article, translated from ifeng.com explores the reasons behind the recent increase in students choosing to study abroad for high school and undergraduate, and questions whether the current rote learning, exam focussed education system is now driving ...... Read More>>

Will the Dalai Lama Return Home? Increased Communication between the Spiritual Leader and CCP Signals Possible Change

Sep 18, 2014 Comments(8)

This article, translated from dwnews.com, claims that relations between Beijing and the Dalai Lama are improving and the Dalai Lama will possibly make a visit back to Tibet, as well as make a pilgrimage to the holy Wutai Mountain... Read More>>

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