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Celebrate Chinese New Year of 2013

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Tomorrow will be the Eve of China's Spring Festival of 2013! The first day of this new year is on Feb. 10 and the new year's symbol for 2013 is Snake, Year of Snake.

Find your favorite restaurant for a celebration and relaxing! If you work for a Chinese employer you will have a week of holiday this year or even longer. If you are going to travel just keep in mind to book your ticket earlier. Every year, the traveling situation around the time is chaotic and the bad traffic may delay your trip at any moment. Have a safe trip!

Last Updated on Monday, 11 February 2013 04:29

China's air pollution at danger levels

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Air pollution smog

Cold weather, lack of wind and a dearth of environmental regulations have lately created a storm of toxic smog in northern China including Beijing, the capital of the country. Air pollution levels have shrouded Beijing in smog for the second time in about two weeks, forcing airlines to cancel and residents have been warned staying indoors as much as possible as the pollution was "very bad".

The outlines of buildings in Beijing receded into a white mist as pedestrians donned face masks to guard against the thick, caustic air. The US embassy reported a level of PM2.5, one of the worst pollutants, at 526 micrograms per cubic metre, or "beyond index", and more than 20 times higher than World Health Organization safety levels over a 24-hour period.


China’s coldest winter in 28 years

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This year's winter is China’s coldest one in 28 years and the weather has damaged crops in some top producing regions of the country, state media and traders said, as fears of another cold front push local futures to a five-month high.

Last Updated on Saturday, 26 January 2013 00:00

How an expat thinks about China in Taizhou

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(Editor's comment: David Wilson, an expat living in Taizhou, the so-called Chinese Medical City, Jiangsu, has his story shared with  FutureofUSChinaTrade.com)

The network (FutureofUSChinaTrade.com) is always looking to balance two perspectives: one is the “high-level” policy perspective on trade – the kind the net gets from policymakers in Washington D.C. and Beijing and, often, from academics.  The second is the “on-the-ground” perspective the net gets from business people who are operating within, and between, the U.S. and China.

Last Updated on Saturday, 08 December 2012 15:02

Have A Happy Halloween!

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Halloween arrives! but we are in China now, Will miss it?  Chinese people call Western Halloween as Wan Shen Jie or Ghost Festival. You do not get a real Halloween there like what we have here in Europe, the US or Canada. But nowadays, as the door opens, market opens and China looks for ways to expand their economy, you are seeing Halloween getting bigger and bigger, but its still nowhere as big as the Western.

Last Updated on Thursday, 01 November 2012 14:56

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