Blog Category - Beijing People
“And the winner is …”
Jane Su, a Wisconsin-native, made the move to China long before it was cool.
After decades of dreaming about it, Xin Yue has finally transitioned into womanhood.
On March 8, which also happens to be International Women's Day, the FCGroup hosts their...
Within the next month Sanlitun authorities are planning to build a brick wall on the small street west of the former...
If squeezing yourself, and all your stuff, into a claustrophobia-inducing 10-square-meter basement apartment sounds like a nightmare, then prepare
You might remember one enterprising Chinese citizen who earned a reward of
As an old China hand, Gilbert Van Kerckhove did more than just witness China’s meteoric economic growth; he in fact played a helping hand in pushi
If you’ve ever studied China in any manner you’ll know that every statement and observation must be qualified as such: the country is astoundingly
Beijing's expat community is mourning the January 6 passing of Agape Family Life House director Keith Wyse, whose legacy of helping orphan Chinese
After considerably placated attack from firecrackers and fireworks, Beijing seems much quieter than usual – shops and restaurants remain closed, t
Beijing’s LGBT scene is pretty active, but where do you go if you’re not surfing the usual apps or meeting people in bars?
Fireworks usage in Beijing is expected to decline once again this Spring Festival, a trend that shows a radical departure from just nine years ago
Two tragic deaths of skiers in Beijing-area resorts over the past three days have called attention to safety on local slopes.