Culture

Global Tourism Industry Might Decrease By Over 50% Caused By The Pandemic

Staff Reporter   | Apr 21, 2020 06:57 PM EDT

Due to the coronavirus, people around the world have canceled their travel plans. Governments and health officials have warned the public to avoid boarding cruise ships and long flights. read more

McDonald’s China Apologizes For Racist Practices In One Of Stores

Staff Reporter   | Apr 16, 2020 07:11 PM EDT

McDonald's China apologies to the public after one of its restaurants banned black people from entering its premises. read more

Tips On Long-Term Car Storage Amid Coronavirus Lockdown

Staff Reporter   | Apr 13, 2020 07:26 PM EDT

The goal of everybody today is to put an end to the coronavirus that has affected every aspect of our lives. Employees are now encouraged to work from home and everyone else is advised to stay in their homes to stop the spread of the virus. read more

The Largest US Pork Processor Stops Production, Warning Of Possibly Supply Shortage

Staff Reporter   | Apr 13, 2020 07:19 PM EDT

US meat processing firm Smithfield Foods will be shutting down its facility in South Dakota. The company announced on Sunday that the surge in new coronavirus cases among its workers has forced it to shut down the production facility. read more

Black And Poor Communities Get Hit The Most By Coronavirus

Staff Reporter   | Apr 09, 2020 03:37 PM EDT

As the COVID-19 epidemic continues to ravage the American public, an unsurprising story emerges: Poor communities are hot spots for COVID transmission. The death rate from COVID-19 appears to be staggeringly high among African Americans compared to whites. read more

Indian Disturbing Belief Claims Cow Urine Can Prevent And Heal Coronavirus, True?

Staff Reporter   | Apr 07, 2020 07:16 PM EDT

Because of this, misinformation about cures and treatments for COVID-19 are rife online, including a disturbing belief of some Indians that cow urine could cure the deadly novel coronavirus. read more

Mask Or Not, See What The Experts Say About the Confusion

Staff Reporter   | Apr 01, 2020 05:53 PM EDT

As a professor at Boston University’s School of Medicine and a geriatrician at Boston Medical Center caring for the most vulnerable in this pandemic, I’ve been asked a lot of questions about COVID-19. read more

Hard To Make Difficult Decisions Due to Scarcer Of The Medical Supplies As Coronavirus Spikes

Staff Reporter   | Mar 31, 2020 08:57 PM EDT

All healthcare resources are limited – staff, equipment, drugs, space and time can all run out. And these resources become even scarcer in cases of unprecedented demand, such as with COVID-19. read more

4 Advices Company Can Take To Support Their Employees Amid COVID-19 Disaster

Staff Reporter   | Mar 31, 2020 08:51 PM EDT

The coronavirus pandemic has forced tens of millions of employees across the U.S. to work from home. read more

One More Dog Tested as COVID-19 Positive, Confirmed by Hong Kong Officials

Staff Reporter   | Mar 25, 2020 05:57 PM EDT

Several days following its death, the authorities have once again announced another dog that was tested positive of it. read more

China Pork Prices Expected to Stabilize As The Supplies Recover

Staff Reporter   | Mar 25, 2020 05:45 PM EDT

China's top economic regulator expects the national pork prices to stabilize in the coming months as the country's hog production capacity and supply steadily recover. read more

Chinese Inspirational Quotes About Love

Staff Reporter   | Mar 28, 2019 11:14 AM EDT

Chinese Inspirational Quotes About Love read more

How Chinese and American Gambling Laws Compare

mandy   | Sep 06, 2018 07:47 PM EDT

It's no secret that China and America are two of the most contrasting countries on the planet. Yet, when it comes to their stance on gambling and gambling regulation they are surprisingly similar in many ways. For instance, even though gambling is a very popular pastime in both countries, it's far from being legalised and regulated on a national scale in either, and is only allowed in a handful of 'gambling-friendly' cities and/or territories. read more

Crystal Bus Serves Michelin-Star Dimsum in Hong Kong Tour

Carlene Vision   | Mar 17, 2017 09:46 AM EDT

The Crystal Bus in Hong Kong is currently making waves in the Internet for serving Michelin-star dim sum dishes while showing off to tourists the magnificence of the city, Shanghaiist.com reports. The double deck beauty started its operations Wednesday, boasting of its own gaming console, large television sets, and a whopping HK$300,000 value of crystals decked out on the bus, hence its famed name. read more

Canada Returns Smuggled Cultural Artifacts to China

Charissa Echavez   | Jan 19, 2017 06:45 AM EST

The Ministry of Canadian Heritage has returned the illegally exported valuable cultural properties to China in an official ceremony held in Ottawa on Wednesday. read more

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