It is not uncommon for children from Guizhou province and other parts of Southwest China to work at small workshops in coastal provinces such as Jiangsu province.
President Xi Jinping called on Chinese artists and writers to step outside their own space and let their hearts beat in time to the rhythm of the people's.
Thrusday was the 29th world AIDS day. Long feared and stigmatized, the disease is less likely to cause as much panic and confusion among people as it used to.
Overseas media are mistaken in saying the Chinese economy has "suddenly gone on a tear."
A Shenzhen writher recently published an article via the domestic social media platform WeChat seeking help for his 6-year-old daughter who suffers from leukemia.
Investors are not going to get that “bonus” before Christmas. But, just the thought that it’s forthcoming may be tempting enough to give the bank serious consideration.
As we see and probably experience as well quite often here in Hong Kong, some individuals tend to forget about other people’s rights and interests when they are convinced what they want is more important.
The call for ‘greater democracy’ in HK by former governor Chris Patten is ill-defined, misjudged and impractical for the SAR and it only shows his penchant for playing to the gallery.
As long as you don’t take a taxi, or don’t feel the need to patronize those cash-only outlets, you can get around Hong Kong carrying only your credit cards and the ubiquitous Octopus card.
Our world is changing with unprecedented rapidity. Technology, demography, climate change and globalization are mega-trends that seem to be powering ahead, creating uncertainty and, in some cases, fear of change.