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The “empty nest” is not empty: The vanishing boundary and immersive communication in China engages the elderly

Written by Qin Li.

The elderly whose children have left the household are referred to as “empty nesters”. Empty nesters experience both a personal life transition into old age as well as a family transition regarding the involvement of one’s children in daily life. 1,304 more words


The Elderly Are Becoming the New Self-Governing Subjects in China

Written by Wanning Sun.

In June of this year, Chinanews.com reprinted a news story from a leading current affairs publication, Bi-Monthly Forum (半月谈), describing the hardships facing elderly people in rural China. 1,283 more words


India to blame for Doklam standoff says China's foreign minister

A senior official of China, Wang Yi who is also the foreign minister of the country has blamed India for triggering the ongoing standoff at Doklam. 17 more words


Online Concern Over Taboo Japanese Comic-Inspired Chinese 'Human Embroidery' Fashion Trend

Many media say that they feel it has been popularized in China by a character in a Japanese comic, Tokyo Ghoul.

Kerry Allen reports: Chinese media are asking parents to be vigilant about a new, online trend: stitching patterns into your skin. 311 more words


Ideas to help retain Mandarin

  • Put labels all over the house showing the names of items in Chinese, Pinyin and English
  • Watch Chinese movies and shows in your free time…
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Self-media, remember to take the responsibility of every single word you say

Yesterday, the terror attack in Westminster draw a lot of attention around the world. This morning, the prime minister Theresa May announced that people who were injured are including 12 Britons and people of 10 other nationalities. 595 more words


Single? Get a foreign wife!

Lately, Chinese media has been publishing a lot of articles about Chinese men married to or dating foreign women. This and this are just a couple of examples that were shared on WeChat this past week. 650 more words