Mainland Could Learn from HK Plan for Low-income HousingJuly 25, 2017Hong Kong is well-known for its exorbitant housing prices and rents as well as cramped living spaces.
China's Pension Reform to Benefit Senior CitizensJuly 25, 2017Pensions not only help senior citizens lead a decent life, but also can promote re-employment.
Overall Two-child Policy Will Restore Social BalanceJuly 25, 2017The change in the family planning policy, which allows couples across China to have two children, is one of the biggest policy developments in the past five years.
Learning to Enjoy Study May Boost School AttendanceJuly 25, 2017Ensuring compulsory education nationwide, so that all school-age children receive nine years of basic education, has been a key agenda for the government since the 1980s.
Japan's Aging Society Prompts Redefinition of the Term 'Elderly'July 24, 2017A fast-aging society, Japan has the highest percentage of senior citizens in the world－more than a quarter of its population is aged 65 or above. Japan had more than 65,000...
Which Industry Is Best for Women's Career Development?July 24, 2017A report by a global organization specializing in publishing and intelligence, has found that of all industries, the media has the most female millionaires.
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