Foreigners share their opinions on China’s transformation

American men Charlie Erickson, Jay Thornhill and Tyler McNew creating an e-commerce website called Baopals, which navigates Alibaba’s Taobao and Tmall in English translation, are seen on the rooftop of a building against the skyline of the Shanghai Tower, the Shanghai World Financial Center, the Oriental Pearl TV Tower and other high-rise buildings and skyscrapers in Shanghai, China, 9 August 2017.

If I get an internship in China, what visa should I have?

Growing numbers of foreigners are coming to China for internships in the hope of improving their careers, but at the time of writing there is not yet an official “internship visa”. Instead, interns may find themselves being shunted onto a number of different visas. But which of these is allowed?

The Benefits of doing an Internship in China (2)

For anyone who wants to take their life in a new, exciting and entirely beneficial direction, an internship in China should be the first thing that comes to mind. Many people are already aware of the many aspects that make China a great choice for living and working. For those who are still new to it all, read on to find out just what it is that makes an internship in China such a great idea.

The Benefits of doing an Internship in China (1)

For anyone who wants to take their life in a new, exciting and entirely beneficial direction, an internship in China should be the first thing that comes to mind. Many people are already aware of the many aspects that make China a great choice for living and working. For those who are still new to it all, read on to find out just what it is that makes an internship in China such a great idea.

The Chinese Town Where Crickets are Worth More Than Gold

Cricket fighting has been popular in China for thousands of years, and with the country in full economic boom, fans of the “sport” are investing more money into it than ever before. One town in particular has built an entire industry around the genetically-superior crickets living in the surrounding fields, and for good reason, as the best specimens can reportedly sell for up to 50,000 yuan ($7,661).

Ancient Chinese Ink Might Hold Cancer Fighting Secrets

For centuries, Chinese artists and calligraphers have used their inks to tell countless stories of the world we live in – and now their medium could have a new purpose.
Scientists have discovered that a traditional plant-based Chinese ink called Hu-Kaiwen ink contains distinctive molecular properties that aren’t just suited to inscribing messages on paper – they’re also ideal for killing cancer cells.