A facial recognition system used at one of China’s largest festivals has proven a powerful resource for finding suspects at large, but critics say such extensive use of the technology raises privacy and even national security concerns.
The 8,445-kilometer international expressway connecting Moscow – Russia and China, scheduled to open by the end of the year, paving the way for tourism companies to tap destinations with untapped potential
Why Chinese’s consumer continue to surprise the world
Chinese aged 18 to 35 are poised to overtake those born in the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s as the dominant force in the consumer market. They became more confident about their ability to get a better paying job.
By year’s end, mobile payment will be accepted on all public buses in Hangzhou, making the city the first in China to do so on all its buses and consolidating its reputation as a mobile application pioneer.
Another top challenge of China expat living is that manners – as we understand them, anyway – don’t seem to exist. People openly gawk at foreigners in the streets.
Living in China can be eye-opening, profound, and rewarding, but it isn’t easy. Every expat faces challenges when they arrive in this country, ranging to the mildly annoying to the absolutely infuriating. We asked you what your challenges have been living in China. You responded with enthusiasm(from wechat discussion and Facebook page). Here’s what we found out.
One of our readers Simon told us he met with a telephone scam, it was a call from “Hong Kong Kowloon immigration office”.
Hangzhou will replace all the old buses with new energy vehicles, with the latter making up at least 20 percent of the city’s vehicles by 2025,