Left-behind children feel loved at children’s care center

In recent years, numerous children in rural areas have been left behind while their parents migrate to the new mega cities to look for employment opportunities. At first sight it might seem this is good for the children, who will then enjoy better material support. However, growing up in an incomplete family environment has been found to be causing psychological and behavioral disorders. To tackle the problem and help children to grow up with healthy minds, a non-profit program has been started in 2014.

Virtual red envelope trend grows

​More domestic internet titans have joined the trend of sending digital red envelopes, or cash gifts, ahead of this year's Chinese lunar new year season, which begins on Friday. 

Left-behind children feel loved at children’s care center

In recent years, with China's unprecedented urbanization and industrialization, numerous children in rural areas have been left behind while their parents migrate to the new mega cities to look for employment opportunities. 

Are internships still relevant?

​What is an intern supposed to do?

Sweet and sour victory: eating 117 lemons for cash prize

A worker in Yunnan Province proved he was no sucker after he downed 117 lemons to win a company contest on Monday.

Culture

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Virtual red envelope trend grows
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Sweet and sour victory: eating 117 lemons for cash prize
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Life

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Left-behind children feel loved at children’s care center
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Are internships still relevant?
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Foreigners buy English couplets to celebrate Chinese Spring Festival
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EBS Dean explains the benefits of distance learning
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Why are we still obsessed with Frankenstein? ​
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