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Many foreigners were spooked by a spate of drug raids that hit several popular
Last year’s data from Diyi Caijing puts Beijing’s average rent in the not-so-desirable spotlight as China’s highest.
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A diet of video games and old movies have influenced the most popular online trends, as seen by a list of the hottest Chinese Internet slang from
All the bank information you type in must be exactly consistent with what was used to open your bank account.
Many expats wouldn’t dream of moving without knowing that their beloved family pet could go with them, but the logistics and paperwork involved in
Thefts can be more common than one would like to think in Beijing. Below are some of the commonly seized items and what to do post-theft.
With warmer weather, the temptation grows to escape the heat and smog of downtown Beijing and head for the hills when the skies turn blue.
Compared to everything else in the news, the weather is always more difficult to report because numbers and statistics never convey the human expe
Summers in Beijing aren’t easy to deal with thanks to the burning sunshine, steamy-hot temperatures, and that constant fear of getting stuck in a
The most obvious way to deal with the inevitably steamy, hot Beijing summer is to jump into the water, make a splash, and cool down.
When news regarding supposed efforts by Chinese officials to block VPN's entirely by February of next year, many foreigners began frantically shar
While we are excited to lap up the sun (especially at our...