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samedi 9 avril 2022

The war makes China uncomfortable.Shanghai Peole are angry


The war makes China uncomfortable.

China wanted the mood to be “business as usual”. But the summit between China and the European Union on April 1st will be anything but normal. That is because Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, and China’s cold-blooded response to it, have exposed the limitations of Europe’s old trade-first China policies.


Public anger mounts in locked-down Shanghai with no end in sight

Millions of people across China's locked-down financial hub of Shanghai have been desperately seeking medical care and basic supplies like food. Parents have been forcibly separated from young children infected with Covid-19. And public anger is mounting, with no end in sight as China clamps down.


Since March, China has battled its biggest Covid wave yet, with Shanghai now the largest hotspot. All 25 million residents are under lockdown, with national health care workers and the Chinese military dispatched to boost the city's response.

On Wednesday, the country recorded close to 20,000 new cases -- far past the peak of Wuhan in 2020, at the onset of the pandemic.

Business of Cosmetics in China


China has recently emerged as one of the most exciting markets for beauty companies. In the past four years, the cosmetics industry in China has grown at a staggering rate. In the next few years, it is expected to reach US $23 billion.

WeChat Still top social media in China

WeChat, owned by Tencent, is by far the most popular social media app in China. With a user base of over 845 million it dwarfs its nearest competitors, namely Instagram and Snapchat. Over 800 million of WeChat’s user base are said to be active monthly users, of which there are more men than women. It is also one of the most widely used social media applications outside of China, with an estimated 400 million users outside of China.


The future of Education in China is Not English

China’s economic boom has been great for its citizens but has left many with a case of buyer’s remorse. Parents are no longer willing to sacrifice the future for their children in the hope of a better life. Education is a key part of this new era of education reform, but the system is outdated and doesn’t meet the needs of the future workforce. The government recognizes this and is making changes to the system. The future of Education in China is not English.


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