Tuesday, 22nd, 2018 | 5:58AM Updated

Podcasting has struggled to keep up in China, and there are certain reasons why.
Podcasting in China: Why the Limited Appeal?

Facilities for pet care in China have spiked in popularity in time for the Lunar New Year.
‘Pet Hotels’ in Demand Among Chinese Pet Owners

Chinese consumers are starting to rediscover the joys of buying luxury goods--but this time, only for themselves.
Luxury Shopping in China Shows Signs of Rebounding as Xi’s Austerity Campaign Holds Up

Han Meilin, designer of the 2008 Beijing Olympics mascot
‘Fuwa’ Designer Showcases New Rooster Stamps for Chinese New Year

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Beijing welcomes the Chinese New Year with the wish for a greener future, partly through bike-sharing.
Beijing Welcomes Chinese New Year in Full Swing, Pollution-Free

Although the switch to electric heating will do good for Beijing's air pollution woes, much of the city's poor folk would inevitably bear the brunt of its financial consequences.
Beijing’s Rural Poor at Odds with Clean Yet Costly Electric Heating Plan

China's winter sports scene has boomed in popularity ahead of the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing.
Winter Sports Enjoying Popularity Boom in China Ahead of Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics

Recent restrictions against Didi compounds the current problem on Shanghai's taxi shortage.
Didi Chuxing: Chinese Ride-Hailing App Ordered to Stop Collecting Tips

Donald Trump is among the popular personalities who have been given the Meitu treatment by users.
Chinese App Meitu Rocks the West, Turns Selfies into Cartoons

The U.S.'s withdrawal from the Trans-Pacific Partnership opens opportunities for China to lead the global economy.
China Positions Support for Two FTAs Following US Withdrawal from TPP

Yuvan Noah Harari speculates that both AI and biotech may become inseparable from humans in the future.
Historian Claims Using AI, Biotech Innovations Can Alter Humankind’s Course

Kirk Kenney has gone on a serendipitous journey, playing his brand of blues music in China through Mountain High.
Kirk Kenney and His Blues Journey in China

China's Peng Shuai reaches the Australian Open's women's doubles final with Andrea Hlavackova following an upset win against Caroline Garcia and Kristina Mladenovic.
Australian Open 2017: Peng Shuai Clinches Upset Women’s Doubles Final with Andrea Hlavackova

China's annual Chinese New Year celebrations have seen the largest waves of human migration in history, with this year's diaspora set to generate a staggering 2.98 billion trips.
Chinese New Year 2017: Facts About the Annual Spring Festival Mega-Migration

China still managed to accumulate economic gains the size of Indonesia's GDP and that of other medium-sized G-20 economies, despite posting slower growth in 2016.
China’s Economic Gain Equivalent to Indonesia’s GDP Despite 2016 Slowdown

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