Unlike in the Christian world, where the number 6 is associated with the devil, 6 has a positive connotation in the Chinese language and culture.
by Mia Li, 15 May 2019
That person you see yourself as on social media is called renshe, which means "character design."
by Mia Li, 18 April 2019
We hate them but we can't fault them, because they never did anything wrong.
by Mia Li, 22 March 2019
Many young people in China believe they live in a novel or film where they are either the main character or the best character in an ensemble cast.
by Mia Li, 27 February 2019
Welcome to the hyper-corporate and hyper-consumerist China, where names of international conglomerates and their business models are everyday verbs.
by Mia Li, 22 January 2019
In China's full-blown consumer society, when you are done choosing jackets and shoes that best represent you, you must also choose an aidou.
by Mia Li, 24 December 2018
Kaigua refers to what we think those overachievers seem to have done to advance so much in so little time.
by Mia Li, 26 November 2018
When you drop serious money in an online game, it's called kejin.
by Mia Li, 23 October 2018
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