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LaowaiCareer Heats Up at China’s 5th Eco-quadrathlon

At 9 am on September 2, 2017, China’s 5th Eco-quadrathlon began. Set overlooking the beautiful Luoma Lake, more than 400 players from over 14 different countries, and 5 different continents converged on Suqian, Jiangsu, looking to bring home the championship for their team. LaowaiCareer was no different, bringing their A game to match. The China […]

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Young Professionals Forum: Promoting Gender Equality

This is only the beginning. As President Barack Obama said, “When women succeed, nations are more safe, more secure, and more prosperous.” While great strides have been made in addressing gender equality, it remains a significant challenge across every development initiative worldwide. From paying people of another gender differently for the same job to refusing […]

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Chinese festivals: the Double Ninth Festival

Too much yang The Ninth Festival or the Double Ninth Festival, is observed on the ninth day of the ninth month in the Chinese calendar, is a traditional holiday mentioned in writing before the East Han period (AD 25). Like all Chinese festivals, it is steeped in tradition and meaning. The day has too much […]

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The Confucius Festival: a celebration of life

The festival The Qufu International Confucius Culture Festival is held every year between September 26th and October 10th in Qufu City, which is where Confucius was born and lived a lot of his life. Confucius was born on September 28, which is a couple of days into the festival, 551 BC. He died in 479 […]

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book clubs
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Book Clubs: The Bookworm’s That Man in Our Lives

The imaginative world Lovers of literature tend to be rather solitary figures. Their love of literature can become such a vice that sometimes it is pursued at the expense of its nemesis, real life. But the shelving of real life doesn’t need to accompany a love of literature when book clubs are out there as […]

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G20 Summit
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The G20 Summit

Brexit, carpets and much ado about nothing! Sounds like the G20 Summit this year was a cracker. The preparation Even before the G20 Summit began, there was media interest, focused on the Chinese government and their decision to seemingly remove half of Hangzhou’s population. The government in an attempt to lure away most of its […]

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Mid Autumn Festival
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Mid Autumn Festival

China is a country of tradition. The Mid-Autumn Festival has been a yearly event in China since the Shang Dynasty (16th – 10th century BC) and is held on the 15th day of the eighth month of the Chinese lunar calendar, the closest full moon to the autumnal equinox. In China, the day is commemorated […]

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Harbin Ice Festival
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I’ve Heard of it, but What Is the Harbin Ice Festival?

The Harbin Ice and Snow Sculpture Festival is the largest of its kind in the world. Here some of the most impressive works of Chinese and international artists are put on show every year. The art of sculpting ice and transforming it into a work of art is a feat like no other. While paintings, […]

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Qingdao Beer Festival
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What is the Qingdao Beer Festival?

What is the Qingdao Beer Festival? Qingdao is known as the city of love and romance with its geographical position and history of brewing. It is famous as the beer capital of China for its Tsingtao Beer and the international beer festival. The famous Qingdao Beer Festival is the largest festival of its kind in […]

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Riverside Art Museum
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Picasso Art in China at Riverside Art Museum

The Riverside Art Museum always strives to bring art into people’s lives in an inspirational, engaging way that creates a community of art lovers through its wonderful exhibits and high-quality art lectures. Located in Beijing’s Chaoyang District since 2015 by the  Riverside Group, this summer don’t miss the largest exhibit of Picasso’s work in China. […]

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