Chinese Culture | History

Chinese feminism, an introduction

Baudin PierreBaudin Pierre
March 31, 2015
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Chinese feminism is a contemporary subject. Recently I had an interesting talk and understood various opinions from my Chinese friend, male and female. I also did some research to try to better comprehend the role of women in the Chinese society and how it evolved through the year. This first post is an introduction to the Chinese feminism movement.

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Advice and Tips | Employment

Tips for Teaching English in China Part 9

KyleKyle
March 31, 2015
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Teaching English in China may be the best experience of your lifetime. Pic from www.pinayinstates.us

We’ve spent the month of March talking about the most popular job among foreigners in China: teaching English as a Second Language. With this post we will end our discussion about teaching English in China with a quick recap of the last 8 posts, for those interested.

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Advice and Tips | Study Abroad | Travel

What is the best place in China?

Baudin PierreBaudin Pierre
March 30, 2015
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credit: china.news.com

credit: china.news.com

Chinese people are generally very proud of their city and province. A recent survey showed some interesting results when Chinese people are asked: what is the best place in China?

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Advice and Tips | News | Travel

Now you can buy train ticket on Wechat!

Baudin PierreBaudin Pierre
March 30, 2015
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Credit: followclub.us

Credit: followclub.us

Wechat is an amazing app. Living in China without it is almost not imaginable. Now for the users, serious question: how did we ever manage before WeChat came around?

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Advice and Tips

Choosing an antivirus in China

Baudin PierreBaudin Pierre
March 30, 2015
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Credit: 360totalsecurity.com

Credit: 360totalsecurity.com

As everyone knows, the internet in China can reserve you surprises from one day to another. Dealing with the Great Firewall is sometimes annoying. Very recently, I have experienced issues with my antivirus and later found that the Chinese government had finally blocked it.

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Advice and Tips | Employment

Tips for Teaching English in China Part 8

KyleKyle
March 30, 2015
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Teaching English ESL in China

Teaching English is the best job I’ve ever had
Photo from udsixth.blogspot.com

This month we’ve been discussing the hottest job in China for foreigners: teaching English. It’s a popular choice for people of all English-speaking nations because it offers flexible hours, high salary and a rewarding career.

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Chinese Culture | Chinese tea | Harbin Institute of Technology

Chinese Tea -2

Rami OthmanOthman Rami
March 30, 2015
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Chinese Tea

Chinese Tea

The sixth step of the spring breeze stroking the face.

One completely beautiful performance skills requirements, after pouring the tea to the border of the cup, use the cover to flick away the smell of tea, and discard the tea leaves floating on the surface, so that you only can drink the tea water, and shouldn’t allow the tea leaves to enter your mouth.

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Chinese Culture | Chinese tea | Harbin Institute of Technology

Chinese Tea -1

Rami OthmanOthman Rami
March 30, 2015
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Chinese Tea

Chinese Tea

Drinking tea is the Chinese people’s habit since ancient times, but the correct way of drinking tea isn’t easy, not everyone will be capable of operating complete rendering, the tea ceremony is a great spiritual wealth left by Chinese ancestors, it would be amazing if the Chinese could carry it forward to the after generations.

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Healthcare

Dealing With Food Poisoning In China

Sreerag PrasadSreerag Prasad
March 30, 2015
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Food Poisoning

Food Poisoning   Image: blog.timesunion.com

Food poisoning is one of the most common presentations in any Emergency Room anywhere in the world. The threat is very real, since the most severe of episodes could end you up in a hospital for weeks, if not dead! Surprisingly, eating street food isn’t the worst culprit. Eating at established restaurants can often be to blame with open air buffets being the source of many bacteria. In places where food has been left to sit out for a long time, the food is most likely not fresh and has been breeding germs.

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Campus Life | Learning Resources

Institute for Contemporary China Studies at Tsinghua University and WRI China co-hosted Stories to Watch 2015 in Beijing

Larissa PaschynLarissa Paschyn
March 30, 2015
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The Institute for Contemporary China Studies at Tsinghua University and WRI China co-hosted Stories to Watch 2015 in Beijing, addressing global issues on climate change and sustainable development at SPPM. This is the third consecutive year for the two organizations to present this flagship event to Chinese audiences, as one stop of its worldwide tour to Washington, D.C., New York, and more.

Stories to Watch 2015 in Beijing event

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