TOP 10 MOST ANTICIPATED HIGHLIGHTS OF AIRSHOW CHINA 2016

The 11th China International Aviation & Aerospace Exhibition officially opened in Zhuhai, Guangdong province on Nov. 1. As an event that gathers various powerful aircraft, the airshow attracts attention from all over the world. Here are the top 10 most anticipated highlights of this year’s event. No. 1 Debut of China’s new stealth fighter J-20 … Continue reading TOP 10 MOST ANTICIPATED HIGHLIGHTS OF AIRSHOW CHINA 2016

China’s investment in Belt and Road countries warms up in Q1

China’s investment in the Belt and Road countries continued to rise in the first quarter of 2017, despite an overall decrease in the country’s outbound direct investment. In the first three months of 2017, Chinese enterprises invested $2.95 billion in the non-financial sectors of 43 countries along the Belt and Road route, accounting for 14.4 … Continue reading China’s investment in Belt and Road countries warms up in Q1

Beijing court to hear case on top media watchdog’s gay rule

A Beijing court on Wednesday accepted a case requiring China’s top media regulator to justify the listing of homosexual relations as “abnormal.” The Beijing No. 1 Intermediate People’s Court accepted the case on Wednesday and is expected to decide within six months, Tang Xiangqian, lawyer of the plaintiff Fan Chunlin, told the Global Times. Fan, … Continue reading Beijing court to hear case on top media watchdog’s gay rule

POLICE ADVISE PROHIBITION OF ONLINE PRO-SUICIDE GROUPS

The recent tragic suicide of two university students in Anhui province has triggered increased concern over the mental health of young people. A police investigation showed that the two young victims made a suicide pact via QQ, a popular instant messaging platform. At the same time, a recent survey revealed that there are many such … Continue reading POLICE ADVISE PROHIBITION OF ONLINE PRO-SUICIDE GROUPS

Quarter of Chinese preschoolers spend more than half hour online each day

More than 23% of Chinese children from 3 to 6 years old spend more than half an hour on the Internet every day, according to a report issued at a forum on children’s cyber security. The report said that these preschoolers are similar to adults in terms of their online habits, enjoying online entertainment, shopping, … Continue reading Quarter of Chinese preschoolers spend more than half hour online each day

Bitcoin rise prompts mining boom

A view of Huaqiangbei in Shenzhen, South China’s Guangdong Province Photo: VCG Merchants at Huaqiangbei sell Bitcoin mining machines. Photo: Courtesy of a local merchant Huaqiangbei used to be a struggling electronics marketplace in Shenzhen, South China’s Guangdong Province, but it has recently bounced back thanks to the Bitcoin mining business. “The mining machine business … Continue reading Bitcoin rise prompts mining boom

Chinese brands rank in 2019 Brand Finance Global 500 report

(Photo/huanqiu.com) Many Chinese brands ranked among the world’s 500 most valuable, according to the Brand Finance Global 500 report released on Jan. 22 at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Huanqiu.com reported on Jan. 30. The Industrial and Commercial Bank of China ranked as the world’s 8th most valuable brand, while Huawei, China’s leading … Continue reading Chinese brands rank in 2019 Brand Finance Global 500 report

1.1 IN 100 BEIJING RESIDENTS NOW MULTIMILLIONAIRES

Statistics show that Beijing ranked first among Chinese cities in terms of multimillionaire density, with 1.1 out of 100 citizens owning assets worth over 10 million RMB in 2016. According to “Going Global: Trends of Chinese High Net Worth Individuals 2016,” are port issued by Hurun Research Institute on Nov. 5, there were approximately 1.34 … Continue reading 1.1 IN 100 BEIJING RESIDENTS NOW MULTIMILLIONAIRES