China’s theater industry is experiencing a worrisome boom. Though more and more plays are being produced, and audience numbers are increasing every year, the market is flooded with foreign productions, commercial adaptations, and classic Chinese plays. Experimental theaters — known simply as “small theaters” in Mandarin — are in decline, despite their strong track record Read more about Why Original Chinese Theater Is Much Ado About Nothing[…]
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If you are still studying at the university, the internship can be your chance to start ‘real life’. The idea of experiencing new job just seems very rewarding, and the internship is a great way to do it as there is a lot of support. If you are looking for an international carreer and the thought of moving to another country doesn’t terrify you, then an internship in China really is the perfect opportunity! This is a country of impressive skyscrapers and modern living compounds where the new generation of young Chinese live a busy and hectic life. This fascinating contrast gives China an extra dimension which other countries don’t have.
The National Bureau of Statistics news, in September, China’s Manufacturing Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) was 52.4%, 0.7% higher than last month. The manufacturing sector continues to maintain a stable and good development trend and the pace of expansion has accelerated. China’s non-manufacturing business activity index was 55.4%, an increase of 2% over the previous month. The non-manufacturing sector continued to grow and the growth rate has accelerated.
Marketing Internship for China Hangzhou JIcool information technology Co., Ltd. This position is provided by internshipunion which is a free service agency for foreign students who want come to China for internship, and provide free accommodation （homestay）service. Hangzhou JIcool information technology Co., Ltd is a company engaged bags, Watch products. Also a cross-border Read more about Marketing Internship for China Hangzhou JIcool[…]
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.