5 Dec 2017

Livingin China is great, but needless to say, living here without knowing much defeats the purpose for the all-round cultural experience. So let’s wisen up a bit shall we! Here is a list of the 20 biggest facts about China you can show off to your friends and family!

1. The origin of the word “China” derives from the Qin dynasty. The first emperor of the Qin dynasty was Qin Shi Huang (260-210 BC).


27 Nov 2017


 

The  country’s pollution has become a fixture in global news, but more  recently, so have plans to combat it from capping coal consumption and  shifting to renewable energy, to cleaning up toxic soil. One of the  latest headlines: an entire city is being built to guzzle pollution.

21 Nov 2017

  Dear Netizens,


  Thanksgiving Day is coming. Here I would like to take this opportunity to thank you ALL for your long-term support and love for our blog. Here are some options to enjoy the Thanksgiving Dinner Buffet in Changzhou, hope it helps.

 


  1. Shangri-La Hotel Wujin


  Time: 17:30--21:00


  Date: Nov. 23rd. 2017


  RMB 238 Per person


  Address: 2 Xihu Road, Wujin Hi-tech Industrial Park, Changzhou


  For more information or reservation, please call: 68898888 Ext: 6330


  Menu: American Turkey, Christmas Ham, Salt-grilled Danish Salmon, Pumpkin Pie, Pumpkin Cheese, Frozen Pumpkin Pie, Italian Pumpkin Pie and Super Durian Cake.

14 Nov 2017


On Nov. 11th. The first batch of 300 Mobike bicycles entered Wujin National Hi-tech Zone and were deployed on 15 different locations. This is the first batch of Station-free sharing bicycles entered Changzhou.



8 Nov 2017

 

Here are six key findings about American public opinion toward China, and Chinese public opinion about the U.S.

 

1. Overall, Americans and Chinese do not have especially positive views of each other. In  a 2016 survey, just 38% of Americans have a favorable view of China,  compared with a global median of 55% across 39 countries. Only a  slightly higher share of the Chinese public – 44% – give the U.S. a  positive rating, in stark contrast with the global median of 69%.

 

2. On a list of possible issues with China, Americans are most concerned about economic issues, and cybersecurity. Specifically,  the amount of U.S. debt held by China and the loss of jobs to China are  Americans’ top worries, but cyberattacks isn’t far behind.

 

 

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