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          1. China's Fresh Graduates Face Bleak Job Prospects

            Unemployment among young Chinese remains stagnant at twice the national rate.

            by Joshua Cawthorpe, March 18, 2021

            How Shared Bikes are Being Reused in the PRC

            While the bike share craze has settled down now, it's hard to ignore what happened with all those two-wheelers.

            by Barnaby Lofton, March 18, 2021

            Getting a China-produced Vaccine May Help Your Visa Application

            Visa rules for citizens of some countries will be eased on condition that applicants take China-produced vaccines.

            by Alistair Baker-Brian, March 17, 2021

            Spotlight: Belle Zhang, Founder of The Megaformer Lab

            A high-intensity, low-impact workout loved by Hollywood celebs.

            by Phoebe Kut, March 17, 2021

            Beijing or Bladerunner? China's Sandstorm as Seen By Netizens

            As the worst sandstorm in 10 years swept across the capital, netizens posted their best snaps of the apocalyptic scenes.

            by Alistair Baker-Brian, March 16, 2021

            Another Western App Bites the Dust in China?

            Signal, an encrypted messaging app, is currently down in China and only available via a virtual private network (VPN).

            by That's, March 16, 2021

            That's Calling for Editorial Freelancers

            Our platforms cover a variety of topics in Shanghai, Beijing, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Tianjin, Suzhou and Greater China.

            by That's, March 16, 2021

            Visa Rules Relaxed for Vaccinated Foreigners Entering from HK

            Less health documents are needed for foreign visa applicants.

            by Rakini Bergundy, March 15, 2021

            Beijing Crippled by Worst Sandstorm in 10 Years

            A yellow alert was issued by the CMA, which said the sandstorm spread from Inner Mongolia into Beijing.

            by Ryan Gandolfo, March 15, 2021

            Explainer: Why People Cut Their Hair on Longtaitou Festival

            It was a tradition in the past for folks to lineup outside barbershops on Longtaitou Festival, waiting for their first haircut of the New Year.

            by Ryan Gandolfo, March 15, 2021

            China Plans to Vaccinate 80% of Population by Mid-2022

            The vaccination rate in China is 3.8 per 100 people

            by That's Guangzhou, March 15, 2021

            This Day in History: The Funeral of Ruan Lingyu

            The Shanghainese silent film star had taken her own life at the age of just 24.

            by Ned Kelly, March 14, 2021

            China Football Expert Cameron Wilson on the Crisis in the Game

            Wild East Football founder on his disillusionment with the game.

            by Ned Kelly, March 12, 2021

            Travel to and from Beijing Is about to Get a Whole Lot Easier

            Rules introduced in January regarding travel to and from Beijing are set to be scrapped as of midnight on March 16.

            by Alistair Baker-Brian, March 12, 2021

            We Tried ZEYA Hard Seltzer... and So Should You!

            Now a Refreshing 4.5% ABV, one can is just 84 calories and zero grams of sugar and fat.

            by That's Shanghai, March 12, 2021

            Wellington Introduce 2021 Festival of Education Speakers

            Meet this year's roster of educators, industry experts and thought leaders.

            by That's Shanghai, March 11, 2021

            Meet the Man Fighting to Conserve the Famous Kaiping Diaolou

            We sat down with Rocky Deng to talk about his project, which has become much more than just an accommodation.

            by Joshua Cawthorpe, March 11, 2021

            China Considers Dropping English as Core Subject, Again

            A proposal to make English an elective subject rather than a compulsory one has sparked a divisive dialogue on Chinese social media.

            by Joshua Cawthorpe, March 10, 2021

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