"Industrialization and urbanization represent people's endeavor of creating wealth, but low-quality urban life can make them feel depressed, anxious or even angry, instead of feeling more happy."
When it comes to the Chinese economy, it seems that there are none so blind as they who will not see. For once again, hard facts last year got the better of those who are forever predicting doom.
China's commitment to healthcare in rural areas, small cities bodes well for foreign pharmaceutical firms.
For lovers of snow and ice there are few better places in China than Changbai Mountain, whose name means "white mountain all year long". It stretches from Jilin province in Northeast China to a part of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, near which the country's former leader, the late Kim Jong-il, was born.
Born in the 1980s, Ma Qiusha is an up-and-coming artist living in Beijing. For her first UK solo exhibition with the Chinese Arts Center, she will be showcasing her key works. Ma Qiusha's work reflects a special sensitivity with everyday objects and materials.
With more Chinese companies looking to spread their wings in overseas markets, Patrick Chovanec believes that trade friction is often a misconception.
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