There are certain assertions you'll hear only when living in China. When you come across one of these so-called “truths”, you’ll be struck with a number of questions. Where does this come from? Why do people believe this? Have I been living a lie all these years? This article aims to tackle some of the strange myths you'll encounter while living in China.
An international student in China is suing bike sharing company Ofo for using his image in an advertising campaign without his knowledge. The Saudi Arabian national, who has not been identified, says Ofo’s operator Beijing Bikelock Technology and parent company Baidu used a photograph of him in online advertisdents and on their Encyclopedia page. Disclaimer: The photo above is not necessarily that of the plaintiff. The story came to light on Monday as proceedings began at a Beijing courthou... Read More>>
Passport is super important for you when you travel abroad. If you lost your passport in China, no worries, follow the 4 Steps below. Step 1: Obtain a "Receipt of Report"from the Police StationThe loss of a foreign passport must first be reported to the Police Station closest to where the loss occurred.A receipt will be issued by the Police Station. Step 2: Obtain a “Confirmatio... Read More>>