Zhou Xiaodong, a deputy general manger of an enterprise in Wuhan, Hubei province, has been thinking about sending his son, Zhou Zixuan, to study at a university overseas since the boy was only a seventh-grade student.
Sky-high property prices force divorced couples to continue living together2019-04-10
In China's big cities today, a man and a woman living under the same roof may be one of several things: husband and wife; early-adult siblings, a spouse and an in-law; or, increasingly, former spouses.
Abusive work schedules in tech industry under fire2019-04-10
Activists are calling for more supervision over labor exploitation in an online crusade spearheaded by software developers against the so-called 996 work schedule, which is widely practiced in China's tech industry.
Tibet ready to welcome mountaineers' spring rush2019-04-04
The Tibet autonomous region has started its annual spring mountain climbing activities this week in expectation of welcoming 469 participants, the Tibet Mountaineering Sports Management Center said on Wednesday.
Survey: Workdays get longer as overall population ages in Beijing2019-03-19
The average number of working hours in Beijing has continued to grow, according to a recent report.
More turning to the bare essentials of life2019-03-15
The observation that less is more, first associated with the German-American architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe more than 70 years ago, has been embraced by a growing number of minimalists seeking to rid their minds and living environments of clutter and counter frenzied consumerism.
The sorrows of China's "home-fear tribe"2019-02-01
An increasing number of Chinese decide not to make the homecoming. They either choose to stay in places where they work or simply go for travel.
Western art pieces in rare China show2019-01-22
Masterpieces of Western art from the 16th century to the 20th are currently on display at the Powerlong Museum in Shanghai.
What can aging China do to encourage child birth?2019-01-21
As China faces a low fertility rate and an aging population, what can be done by the government and the civil society to encourage child birth?
Silver-haired Chinese embrace mobile tech2019-01-16
An increasing number of Chinese elderly people are embracing the digital world, China Daily said Tuesday.
Aging population brings business for travel sector2019-01-15
After October every year, 58-year-old Yu Ping packs her bags and sets off on an off-peak trip, seeking a well-deserved break.
Click! It's photo time for Chinese elder shutterbugs2019-01-09
Carrying his single-lens reflex camera, tripod, and light blocker, Yang Dezhou, 71, is ready to capture the dancing aunties with their flying silk scarves against the blue sky in east China's Anhui Province.
Mainland travelers remain keen on tours to Japan2019-01-09
Chinese travelers' enthusiasm for visiting Japan during the Spring Festival holiday remains high, despite an appreciating Japanese yen and an exit tax levied on foreign visitors.
Hainan envisions creating medical tourism destination2019-01-08
Southern China's Hainan province has unveiled plans aimed at building the tropical island into a world-class medical tourism hub, combining high-end medical tourism with characteristic Chinese healthcare.
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