Let your kids have fun this Chinese New Year with great football lessons.
by Vanessa Jencks, January 18, 2022
The organizers of the Games stated that tickets for the events would not go on sale to the general public.
by Alistair Baker-Brian, January 18, 2022
Several flocks of the giant birds were seen roaming around the streets of Chongzuo, Guangxi late one night.
by Lars James Hamer, January 17, 2022
Guests in Guangzhou's Tee Mall were locked in and made to have a nucleic acid test after the city discovered a false positive.
by Lars James Hamer, January 16, 2022
A woman finds herself on the Longest Blind Date Ever.
by Kala Barba-Court, January 14, 2022
Hashtag your photos #thatsshanghai for a chance to be regrammed by us, and maybe even be featured in this series.
by Ned Kelly, January 14, 2022
The warning comes as a number of outbreaks of COVID-19 occur across China.
by Alistair Baker-Brian, January 12, 2022
Vicky Qiu is a pole dancing instructor in Guangzhou, she spoke to That's about her career and the stigma surrounding the sport.
by Lars James Hamer, January 12, 2022
Championing education for a brighter future
by Natalie Hallensleben, January 12, 2022
Local authorities are keen to enforce the Double Reduction Policy, which changed China's private education sector as we know it.
by Lars Hamer and Vicky Qiu, January 11, 2022
Check out our first issue of 2022, available for free online and in print.
by That's, January 11, 2022
With so many changes over this year and last, teachers are feeling antsy.
by Vanessa Jencks, January 11, 2022
A degree in International Relations can help us confront the complexities of the 21st Century.
by Sponsored, January 11, 2022
China's battle against locally transmitted cases of the omicron variant has already begun with cases found in Tianjin.
by Alistair Baker-Brian, January 11, 2022
An undercover sex cult, heroin addicts and disappearing brothels; the truth behind the crime can now be told.
by Paul French, January 10, 2022
Entire population of the city will be tested over 48 hours.
by Ned Kelly, January 10, 2022