Residents May Pay for Damages Caused by Falling Objects

China's new civil code intends to hold all residents liable in the event that a falling object causes damage and the perpetrator cannot be identified.

by Joshua Cawthorpe, 28 May 2020

China's Unregistered Bodyguard Boom

The rise of Shanghai's private security industry.

by That's Shanghai, 28 November 2019

China Cracks Down on Illegal School Buses Amid Safety Concerns

On November 11, the Ministry of Education announced that it will impose more severe punishments on anyone operating illegal school buses.

by Urban Family, 19 November 2019

Don’t Expect a Warm Meal on Your Next China Flight. Here’s Why

You might want to grab a bite before your next flight in China.

by Ryan Gandolfo, 11 September 2019

Didi Fires 300,000 Drivers After Multiple Murders Last Year

The safety measure is the latest in a series of steps that the company has taken to improve passenger security.

by Jesse Pottinger, 03 July 2019

Didi Rolls Out New Rules For Drunk Passengers

The new rules will be tested in Shenzhen before being rolled out throughout the rest of China.

by Bryan Grogan, 17 December 2018

Didi Now Allows Passengers and Drivers to Block Each Other

Yet another safety feature from Didi.

by Urban Family, 22 October 2018

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