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Hong Kong’s Lonely Hearts Break Over Low Pay, Prohibitive Property Prices

Hong Kong’s Lonely Hearts Break Over Low Pay, Prohibitive Property Prices

Lonely hearts in Hong Kong between 20 and 50 years old are feeling pressure from low salaries and high house prices and scored an average of 50 points on a personal satisfaction scale.

Jun 8, 2017
Yicai Global
9.4 Million Students Get Ready to Sit the Gaokao, China’s College Entrance Exam

9.4 Million Students Get Ready to Sit the Gaokao, China’s College Entrance Exam

This year, around 9.4 million students are expected take the gaokao, China’s college entrance exam, which will be held across the country between June 7 and June 9.

Jun 7, 2017
Yicai Global
Police Officers From China Patrol Streets in Touristic Italian Cities to Ensure Safety of Chinese Tourists

Police Officers From China Patrol Streets in Touristic Italian Cities to Ensure Safety of Chinese Tourists

Police officers from China have officially started patrolling streets of Rome, capital of Italy, together with their Italian counterparts, kicking off joint China-Italy police patrols for 2017.

Jun 7, 2017
Yicai Global
Fear Man Above Monster: Mo Yan’s Early Years

Fear Man Above Monster: Mo Yan’s Early Years

I spent most of my childhood feeling hungry, alone and scared, but what are we actually afraid of? Where do our fears come from? This has always remained a mystery to me.

May 18, 2017
Mo Yan
Hundreds of Thousands of Locals Petition to Stop Chinese Firm From Bottling Lake Baikal Water

Hundreds of Thousands of Locals Petition to Stop Chinese Firm From Bottling Lake Baikal Water

Residents of the Irkutsk region abutting Lake Baikal, Russia, have started two online petitions demanding that the government stop a Chinese firm from siting a water bottling plant on the lake shore.

May 3, 2017
Yicai Global

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