China's Biggest City Has the Most Expensive Apartments

China's Biggest City Has the Most Expensive Apartments

Shanghai is notoriously one of the most expensive real estate markets in the world. With the largest urban population in the world, it's no wonder. Everyone, Chinese and internationally, wants to come to Shanghai, the city of the future. Which means living space is at a premium price, especially in the heart of the city.

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Studying Abroad Isn't Just a Semester of Fun

Studying Abroad Isn't Just a Semester of Fun

Many university students around the world spend some time experiencing life in another country, whether for a semester abroad or a gap year. For Chinese students, study abroad isn't just an eye-opening experience that you fondly reminisce about in your middle age. Studying abroad is a necessary means to get a better job, income, and life for you and your family.

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China: The Center of The Gaming World

China: The Center of The Gaming World

As with many global industries, China is quickly becoming the largest consumer market for video games (电子游戏, diànzǐ yóuxì), spending 1 billion USD more than any other country on video games each year. Considering that video game consoles were banned from being made in China for more than 10 years during the 2000s, this growth is even more significant.

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Jewish in Shanghai

Jewish in Shanghai

The bonds between Jewish and Chinese people are evolving beyond the history of welcoming refugees, returning to the original economic relationship from the Silk Road era. Although the number of Jewish people in China is surprisingly small, they continue to find China a welcoming and supportive community, thanks to the historic bond and traditional similarities between the two cultures.

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You Must Be This Tall to Work

You Must Be This Tall to Work

The average height and weight of people in Asia is generally smaller than in Europe and North America, or "The West". How does this affect domestic attitudes toward height and weight? Consistent with the very high standard for physical beauty in China, there is a history of physical requirements for jobs, including some white collar work.

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