In China, elderly dance enthusiasts are claiming these public spaces to keep fit and to socialise
The Chinese have a range of methods to beat the sweltering heat of ‘San Fu Tian’.
With no ‘four-wheeler leg’, it’s time to try out the various public transport options.
When facing the hazards of the capital’s traffic, at least there’s safety in numbers.
It’s hard to understand the motivation for some of the extreme stunts carried out by the Chinese, but they certainly make the headlines.
For a few days, students sitting for gaokao are treated like princes and princesses.
Many students see nothing wrong with dating and falling in love but parents and college administrations are trying to thwart these budding romances.
Chinese citizens are responding to the Belt and Road initiative, and pitched in recently for the international forum.
The Belt and Road Forum was a feast for the eyes and tastebuds, as well as the mind.
As they enter a job market flooded with highly qualified applicants, young Chinese believe that good looks will give them an edge.
Initially edged out by automobiles, pedal power is on the rise again, thanks to bicycle sharing.
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