From a prominent TV host to running noodle shop.
by Tristin Zhang, 13 December 2018
When you turn defeat into victory, pity into respect.
by Mia Li, 15 March 2017
Originally a Cantonese word, laonü began as a derogatory term for any poor young women in China who came to rich cities to find a partner.
by Mia Li, 22 June 2016
One decidedly challenging aspect of Chinese is the subtle difference in the four tones.
by That's GBA, 30 March 2020
Ronggeng is the act of re-purposing other people’s fun language into your own to seem more charismatic.
by Mia Li, 17 March 2020
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It is scary that it is close to a month now and the Coronavirus is still not contained.
February 10, 2020 at 4:23 am
The lead singer is Keita Tachibana, not Ryohei Chiba.
November 22, 2019 at 11:33 am
What is the rationale of putting a departure date when you actually live/work in Shanghai? In my case, I don't know the date yet I will leave the country? What's the recommendation then? Putting the expiration date of the working visa?
Also, it will be interesting to know if the online registration could be as valid as the physical one (police station) for administrative procedures such as visa renewal?
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