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外企在中国
Tesla expands supercharger network, to miss sales target in China
Tesla expands supercharger network, to miss sales target in China
US electric vehicle producer Tesla Motors has recently set up its first supercharger in northwestern China, increasing the number of what it calls the fastest charging station to 26 in the world's largest car market where the government is increasing investment in the new energy industry.

Facing big layoff, Sony China staff hold protest
Facing big layoff, Sony China staff hold protest
About 800 staff from Sony Mobile Beijing will be laid off as the Japan-based international company plans to substantively shrink its mobile phone business in China, which will discontinue special products targeted at the market.

Expat's Beijing Guide

Expat's Beijing Guide  北京向导
Things foreign employees need to know about China's social insurance system
Things foreign employees need to know about China's social insurance system
Given that many foreign employees in China feel confused about how to enroll in the country's social insurance system, the sino-us.com is providing a widow's mite to our foreign readers by offering some essential information about the world's biggest social security umbrella.

New job opportunities in Zhejiang and Beijing
New job opportunities in Zhejiang and Beijing
Good news for expatriates who are seeking job opportunities in China.

ImmerQi offers expats ways to experience China
ImmerQi offers expats ways to experience China
Because of China's relatively strict visa restrictions and its disparate socio-cultural context, most expats, especially those from the West who have never been in the ancient oriental nation, usually find it hard to live and work in the country. But the conundrum can be readily ironed out by Imme…

Web Guide

Laowai in China

Through the lens of children: an interview with Pia MacRae
Through the lens of children: an interview with Pia MacRae
Just as her causal and sporty look suggested, Pia was easy to talk to. Unlike many people in a leader’s position who either automatically put themselves on a…

The Dragon Trip: An expert on China tours for young backpackers
The Dragon Trip: An expert on China tours for young backpackers
For many backpackers who seek exotic thrills, China is one of the places that both allures and frustrates. The language barrier alone is enough to thwart the …

Colombian ambassador and her hutong walks
Colombian ambassador and her hutong walks
The former consul general in Hong Kong shared her diplomatic life in China and the prospects of China-Colombia cooperation.

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My Chinese Dream

My Chinese Dream ——中国梦
Kurbanjan Samat: A Uygur photographer's quest for harmony
Kurbanjan Samat: A Uygur photographer's quest for harmony
Once a normal school student studying Chinese mandarin, Kurbanjan Samat, a 32-year-old Uygur working as a cinematographer for CCTV, China's largest state-owne…

ABS Crew: Climbing the graffiti wall in China
ABS Crew: Climbing the graffiti wall in China
Graffiti sounds offbeat and underground to average Chinese. It is by no means associated with the term “art”, but often with ghetto and violence. However in…

Andrea Pasinetti: Bringing quality education for all children in China
Andrea Pasinetti: Bringing quality education for all children in China
Tall, handsome, impeccably dressed and bearing a calm and self-assured composure that is beyond his age of 28 years, Italian-American Andrea Pasinetti has the…

Tibet

Geologists discover ancient canyon buried in Tibet
Geologists discover ancient canyon buried in Tibet
Geologists from Caltech and civil engineers from the China Earthquake Administration have combined forces and discovered an ancient canyon buried in southern Tibet.
Illegal wildlife trading rampant on Web
Illegal wildlife trading rampant on Web
China has become the largest market for illegal wildlife trading with a huge number of related animal products being sold online, according to a new report by a major animal welfare group.

Foreigners in Chinese Revolution

Mark Levine and the series on Foreigners in Chinese Revolution
Mark Levine and the series on Foreigners in Chinese Revolution
Dr. Mark Levine, an American sociologist and musician who is now teaching at Beijing’s Minzu University of China, is the initiator and organizer of a series …

Sino-US

As US cuts R&D spending, China is raising its stakeAs US cuts R&D spending, China is raising its stake
As a percentage of total federal spending, research and development is at its lowest levels since 1956, the year before the Soviets launched Sputnik. The past five years have seen a particularly sharp

The dangerous US-China perception gap
The mocking tone of the editorial may have been unusual for a Chinese newspaper, but the sentiments were not: America, it scoffed, is a washed-up superpower.

Hagel move won't affect China-US ties: experts
The sudden resignation of US Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel will not have a negative impact on the warming US-China military relationship, experts said Monday.

In wake of China rejections, GMO seed makers limit US launches
China’s barriers to imports of some U.S. genetically modified crops are disrupting seed companies' plans for new product launches and keeping at least one variety out of the U.S. market altogether.

China Press Outlook

China-US relationship adopting a 'new model'China-US relationship adopting a 'new model'
The summit between Chinese President Xi Jinping and his US counterpart Barack Obama, which was held at the Zhongnanhai leadership compound in central Beijing on Tuesday, was highly-anticipated, as the

US in the eyes of Chinese school children - 中国孩子眼中的美国

Travel

NZ visa changes for Chinese visitors open opportunitiesNZ visa changes for Chinese visitors open opportunities
New Zealand′s tourism industry is set to get a boost under visa changes that make it easier for Chinese to travel to and work in the country, the Tourism Industry Association (TIA) said Friday.

Disney offers Lunar New Year cruise package
Tourists from Beijing can celebrate the Lunar New Year holiday in February in style, visiting Miami and Orlando in Florida and cruising the Bahamas on a Disney Dream Cruise package. The pac…

Skyscanner offering bonuses for independent travelers
Global travel search site Skyscanner (www.tianxun.cn) will launch an online campaign on Nov 19 to distribute 120,000 yuan ($19,579) in travel vouchers in China to promote outbound independent tours …

Welcome To Friendly Shandong
Shandong province, with a history of more than 5,000 years, it is an important coastal province in East China. This province is blessed with ancient history, breathtaking attractions, and wonderful …

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Life & Culture

Exhibition celebrates the 110th birthday of Ba JinExhibition celebrates the 110th birthday of Ba Jin
Shanghai Library is staging an exhibition on the life of Ba Jin to mark the 110 anniversary of his birth.

Photo masters featured in museum show
Journey of the Heart and Straight Photography is a show that offers a rare glimpse into the development of world photography from 1839 to 2014. The exhibition has more than 200 works by 53 photograp…

Wuzhen, epitome of classic water towns
With the World Internet Conference being held in Wuzhen, the water town is now in the spotlight again, though its prestigious status as a tourist resort doesn′t need any further enhancement.

AMA 2014: Chinese popstars Jason Zhang, Chopstick Brothers among big winners
The American Music Awards honored many homegrown artists, from Luke Bryan to Taylor Swift and Imagine Dragons, on Sunday, but international pop stars won big as well. Among them, was Jason Zhang, al…

Sports

China swimmer Sun Yang 'was banned' for dopingChina swimmer Sun Yang 'was banned' for doping
Chinese Olympic and World Champion swimmer Sun Yang was banned for three months in May after failing a doping test, Chinese media has revealed.

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