Wednesday, 29th, 2017 | 2:52PM Updated

Avoid blunders and impress locals by remembering tourist etiquette.
Tourist Etiquette Rules to Live by During a Trip to China

First-time travelers might be in for quite a culture shock once they step into Chinese soil. To calm those nerves and become not just any other tourist but a bonafide traveler, Vogue has come up with etiquette rules every visitor should remember.

Wang, who already performed at Carnegie Hall as a chamber musician, earned her master’s degree in violin at the prestigious Yale School of Music in 2016.
Chinese Violinist Wang Jiazhi to Play at Carnegie Hall

Wang Jiazhi, a 26-year-old Chinese violinist, is scheduled to perform at the Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall on March 28, according to an article by China Daily.

According to the government body that acts as China’s quality watchdog, over 40 percent of consumer goods available on e-commerce platforms last year were of subpar quality.
Consumer Good Exports Fail to Meet Quality Standards

The quality of goods bought online are deteriorating, as was revealed by the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection, and Quarantine on Wednesday, March 15, which also happened to be World Consumer Rights Day.

Chinese missile technology is quickly developing and poses a threat to the U.S.
China Poses Threat to US, Ramps Up Missile R&D as PLA Works with Private Tech Firms

The U.S. will have to deal with the rising threat of China’s research and development of weapons.

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Fair Pricing at Shanghai
Pressure from Shanghai’s Price Regulator Brought Establishments to Fair Pricing

Shanghai’s price regulator has recently pushed outlets at Shanghai airport and Disneyland to move to fair pricing.

Chinese Ambassador to the Philippines Zhao Jianhua
China to Give 4 Billion Grant to Build Two Philippine Bridges

The Chinese government will be extending a 4 billion grant for the construction of two Philippine bridges and two rehabilitation centers.

China's Rice Production
China’s Rice Production Faces Threat from Surface Ozone Pollution

China’s rice production has been greatly affected by the surface ozone pollution, according to a scientific research.

Boat-Shaped Coffins in China
Archaeologists Unearth Nearly 200 Boat-Shaped Coffins in China

Nearly 200 boat-shaped coffins in China were discovered by archaeologists Chengdu Cultural Relic Archaeology and Research Institute.

King Salman of Saudi Arabia visits China.
Expert: China-Saudi Ties Renewed on King Salman’s China Visit

A foreign relations expert believes that King Salman’s China visit is the key to getting the Arab region closer to its Asian neighbors.

China's sea level obtained a record-high increase because of climate change.
Beijing to Finalize South China Sea Code of Conduct for Peace and Stability

The South China Sea Code of Conduct will be finalized soon, according to Chinese Premier Li Keqiang.

Brazil Aims to Attract More Chinese Tourists
Brazil Supports Tourism Fairs in China to Attract Chinese Tourists

The Brazilian Tourism Institute supports Brazilian companies participating in tourist fairs in China, hoping to attract Chinese tourists.

Ivanka Trump
Ivanka Trump Look: The New Trend for Chinese Women

Ivanka Trump, daughter of U.S. President Donald Trump, has set a new cosmetic surgery trend for Chinese women.

The Panchen Lama
Panchen Lama on Tibetan Buddhism: Patriotism Is the 'Mission' But Greed Taints It

The Panchen Lama appeals for patriotism and says that greed desecrates Tibetan Buddhism in his speech at the 12th Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference.

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