A new season unfolds this September in Shanghai. It’s autumn and there will be shorter hot days and longer cool days come by latter weeks. As recorded in the current Chinese calendar, there are upcoming festivals and special holidays as well. So, if you’re coming for a business trip, whether you’re going to meet your Chinese counterpart(s) or attend a seminar, make sure the dates don’t coincide with the holidays for hassle-free meetings.
We’ve been receiving positive feedback regarding our previous list of events and now we’re making an advance post for more preparation. Tradeshows and exhibitions are all set participated by different industries and organizers, ranging from food to industrial technology, furniture and among others.
The gaming market in China is growing at an astounding pace. The country is now the gaming capital of the world where 93% of gamers spend most of th
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Xu Yuanchong, a 93-year-old award-winning translator and professor at Peking University, gave his lecture on poetic translation at the Chinese International Publishing Group (CIPG), where the Translat