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1. Braised eggplant, grilled cauliflower, and fried noodles with sliced pork: the Baopals pals, Charlie, Jay and Tyler, order their meal at a Hunanese restaurant in Shanghai.
2. Jay and Charlie attend a summit on e-commerce entrepreneurship in early July.
3. Jay and Charlie say they are trying to build trust between expats and Taobao vendors, and to dispel the common misconception that products made in China are of low quality.
4. This startup experience has convinced the team of China’s promising business environment.
5. The trio still cannot figure out how on earth deliveries in China can arrive so quickly.
6. Jay and Charlie look after the company’s operations and team building, while Tyler handles all the tech work.
The 12th Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress (NPC), China’s highest legislative body, held its last meeting on January 30, during which the delegates present passed a resolution to submit a draft Constitutional amendment to the new NPC, whose delegates have been elected and are scheduled to hold their first meeting on March 5, 2018.
New demographic data suggests China’s aging population crisis will come sooner and hit harder than predicted
A spate of sexual harassment cases on Chinese campuses has generated a huge public outcry to ‘put the power of supervisors in a cage’
To lighten medical burdens and rein in unnecessary treatment, a number of provincial governments in China have performed radical surgery on the system itself – putting a limit on public hospital spending on medical consumables that prevents doctors from even performing operations