Family Traditions, Gene of One's Personal GrowthMarch 7, 2014The home is the first place where children live and learn. Their parents are their first teachers of behavior and moral conduct, and family traditions can lead children to enlightenment.
China's Annual Two Sessions Have Global SignificanceMarch 2, 2014As the world's second largest economy, China's implementation of the reform agenda is highly anticipated by people from around the world.
Why China's Two Sessions Matter to the World?March 2, 2014As China unveiled a sweeping reform plan in November last year to revitalize the world's second-largest economy, U.S. billionaire investor, Jim Roger, co-founder of the Quantum Fund, said he was thinking about migrating to China with his dollars as the "most important economic event of the next 10 to 20 years is what happened in Beijing."
What Caused Woman's Death in Subway Station?February 28, 2014A 35-year-old woman who worked as a manager at IBM's Shenzhen office, died at the entrance of Shuiwan subway station on February 17 in Shenzhen, south China's Guangdong Province. Some people say the lack of first aid awareness and necessary training is the key to this tragedy, and it's not a moral issue.
Second Child Rule DilemmaFebruary 27, 2014A woman surnamed Yang, eager to have a second child, had a heated argument with her 35-year-old stepmother in a street recently because the latter was planning to have her first child, which would prevent Yang from fulfilling her wish given the new policy on having a second child.
Scientists Call for Conference Boycott over All Male ShortlistFebruary 21, 2014The 15th International Congress of Quantum Chemistry (ICQC), to be held in Beijing in June next year, is now facing a boycott from many scientists because it recently published a list of 24 confirmed speakers, all of them men.
Teach Kids the Value of MoneyFebruary 21, 2014Yueqianzu, or people who are in debt at the end of every month, has edged out yueguangzu, or people who spend all their income by the end of every month, as the new buzzword. Unfortunately, neither group knows how to handle money well, and that reflects the lack of financial education in China.
For Educational FairnessFebruary 21, 2014Equal opportunities for education, compulsory education in particular, are an important part of social fairness.
Migrant Workers Better Off Contributing to Social Security Fund: ExpertFebruary 18, 2014Sun Jie, vice dean of the School of Insurance and Economics at the University of International Business and Economics, claims the long-term benefits of migrant workers contributing to their social security fund far outweigh the short-term gain to their income by not contributing.
Teenager Murder Raises Concern over Youth Mental Disorder in ChinaFebruary 14, 2014During 2014's Chinese New Year's Eve, a 15-year-old boy named He in souhtwest China's Sichuan Province killed two 6-year-old girls out of a twisted desire for revenge. He was subsequently arrested, and his case has raised concerns over the mental health of youth in China today.
Women Experts Call for Gender Equality ImprovementsFebruary 13, 2014The Chinese Women's Research Society (CWRS) held a symposium of experts on January 22, 2014 to call on all of society to build consensus and create a good social environment conducive to women's development.
For a Healthy Virtual WorldFebruary 13, 2014Authorities have the duty to take steps to keep Internet free of violence, obscenity and seditious elements
Rights Watch Gets It Wrong on ChinaFebruary 13, 2014The annual report of Human Rights Watch, an international non-governmental organization, released recently distorts the facts on China by claiming that the protection of disabled people's rights in the country is "inadequate".
Beijing's Control Will Be of Poorer PopulationFebruary 13, 2014Echoing the recent plan of Beijing to control its rapidly growing population, officials in the capital's Chaoyang district have said they will cease the mass building of subsidized houses and launch crackdowns on group renting and the renting of underground spaces, so as to "cut the inflow of people".
Marriage No Filial DutyFebruary 12, 2014The core message conveyed in the advertisements of a well-known domestic dating website - that "one fails his or her family by not being married"- has touched the sore spot of many single netizens who have been pushed to get married during the Spring Festival and other holidays and it is no surprise to see it widely criticized, says an article in Beijing News.