China’s Starry future Seen by Western Psychics

| October 12th, 2014

“I Ching Song Dynasty print” by Song era print artist – http://catalog.digitalarchives.tw/item/00/08/73/99.html. Licensed under Public domain via Wikimedia Commons.

One of the essential religious actions in China is divination, existing from ancient times through the present. Numerous outside customers come to visit, that they are fixated on the I Ching, or the Book of Changes, as an after-effect of the overall upsurge of examining this mysterious book as per alternate Chinese psychic surnamed Li.

How can it function?

The resurgence of the […]Read more…

5 Tips to prevent threats of cyber snooping in China

| September 9th, 2014

Photograph: PAWEL KOPCZYNSKI/Reuters

Business owners and entrepreneurs around the world are always waiting for a chance to enter Chinese market, mainly due to its enormous business opportunities. However, if you are not careful, a trip to China can threaten your business. Electronic snooping may pose a definite threat to your intellectual property, ideas and information. Entrepreneurs found that the data snooping is affecting every stage of their stay at hotels in China. Moreover, they have seen clear signs that phone […]Read more…

Offshore bank accounts in China

| July 17th, 2014

Offshore bank accounts in China provide you with a number of different benefits. Nowadays, more and more people are beginning to realize that opening offshore bank accounts in China is becoming a more and more viable option. People are becoming more aware of how the government siphons their money off from their bank accounts. Don’t pay your money, and the government will take it from you! And now, the new generation has become more receptive to this problem. That is […]Read more…

Lack of Safety in Chinese Hospitals

| June 18th, 2014

Chinese patients’ requests for more honest, better-qualified doctors have gone ignored. The city’s 27 public hospitals really need police officers, officials decided last month.

Officials are requesting police officers as deputy administrators, not just at the entrance. The goal? To keep displeased patients and their family from attacking the doctors.

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Refrigerated Van Development Rising in China

| June 18th, 2014

The demand for refrigerated products has been increasing as people’s living standards have improved. Refrigerated and insulated vans in China rose from over 30,000 in 2000 to more than 50,000 in 2010. The reinforcement of the cold chain logistics industry has also helped with the quick development.

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Australian Lawyer Mad at Chinese Prosecutors

| June 18th, 2014

Regardless of his three year stint in a Chinese jail, Australian entrepreneur Charlotte Chou will wait longer to learn her fate after a Guangzhou court failed to deliver a verdict today.

Prosecutors scoured through fresh evidence, relating to two bank accounts, which they say showed Ms. Chou was guilty of stealing money from a university she helped found.

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Possible problem with Jerky Pet Treat imported from China

| May 17th, 2014

On May 16, 2014,  The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) provided an update on its ongoing investigation into pet illnesses and deaths in animals that ate jerky pet treats. This update included the latest results of FDA’s collaboration with the Centers for Disease Control  (CDC) in case studies and testing. Unfortunately, FDA has still not been able to identify a specific cause for the reported illnesses or deaths.

However pet owners should still be cautious when feeding pets jerky pet treats, especially if […]Read more…

Mortician Occupation Becoming Popular in China

| May 12th, 2014

Young people in China are opting at an increasing rate to become morticians. A funeral service center in Jiaxing, a city of eastern China’s Zhejiang province has particularly been popular with adults born after 1990. Training for funeral service is showing up in vocational schools around the country.

At a university in northern Taiwan, death is the focal topic in one of the classes. Since 2009, teachers from the school in Miaoli county have been teaching students about dealing with […]Read more…

China auto sales steadily rising

| April 28th, 2014

Vehicle sales in China may increase by 10 percent this year. General Motors, the second-largest automaker in China, is planning to launch 19 new vehicles, as the company looks to use profit from North America to offset costs overseas.

China had a strong 2013 with growth in automobile sales. Despite an economic decline, people continued to buy more cars. The consumption of steel also went up. Since steel is one of the most critical contributions for automobile manufacturing, demand for […]Read more…