Being told to ‘go home’ in a city that feels increasingly unwelcoming poses a problem when I have few connections to Australia, my country of birth, never mind my ‘ancestral home’ of Munich.
Proposals revealed amidst the coronavirus outbreak have stoked a public backlash and should be considered at a more appropriate time
Chinese University’s Terence Chong says increased capital threshold could deter potential investors.
Turkey-bound team of 59 rescuers and two dogs is seen off by city’s No 2 official on Wednesday night.
Ever since the first Europeans came to China, outsiders learning the language has come with its own challenges and rewards, right up to the present day.
A Ugandan woman who moved to a small village in China several years ago for love is now a huge online celebrity on the mainland with her posts teaching people how to cook Chinese food.
First batch of European students locked out of on-campus studies fought long campaign, including appeals to embassies and the media, to return to China.
Even in cities without major coronavirus lockdowns, including Hong Kong, ‘trust issues’ are rife among foreigners, and many do not intend to return until zero-Covid restrictions are eased.
While 4 per cent of multinational companies said in a JLL survey that they have cancelled office space expansion plans, more than three-quarters said their leasing plans were not affected.
China used to be seen as a land of opportunity for South Koreans, but as businesses close and livelihoods come under threat, their struggle reflects a rising dilemma facing foreigners.
Prominent Chinese analysts say that flexible coronavirus controls could help support and reassure foreign businesses that contribute a great deal to the national economy.
Local municipal authorities in the economic circle are implored to establish a task force, address labour-supply problems and be more open and transparent.
A team in Beijing is helping with a surge in demand in the Shanghai consular district.
Anji in Zhejiang province, in whose bamboo groves Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon was filmed, was the small town that led Megan Eaves to fall in love with China when she taught English there in 2006, she recalls.
M.A. Aldrich talks about his life doing exhilarating legal work in mainland China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Mongolia, and why a future book will celebrate Taiwanese culture.
‘Missing out on the quintessential college experience’ and various other reasons were cited for students wanting to return to school in China, but not everyone is willing or able to come back amid tight travel restrictions.
Eric Abrahamsen, award-winning translator of Chinese literature, tells Thomas Bird what ignited his interest in China and what persuaded him to return to his Washington state home in the US.
Private tutoring firms are collapsing across China, leaving angry customers out thousands of dollars. Meanwhile, some tutors look to cash in via a burgeoning black market, but others are being forced to leave China.
Years of encouragement for nationalistic sentiment is behind the intense hostility faced by reporters, observers say.
Tesla’s hi-tech halo, and Elon Musk’s star power, may no longer be enough to protect the company from the risks of doing business in China.
For many Western musicians, China in the early 21st century was a freewheeling land of opportunity – and massive, mind-bending audiences
Mainland’s ranking on list of best destinations for foreigners improved during pandemic – it was 22nd out of 59, with Taiwan the top choice and Hong Kong at 46th, according to survey.
‘We need to normalise the idea that America is diverse,’ says a professor and Asian studies specialist who helped found the Black China Caucus.
Five-year plan calls for talent to be brought in to help drive areas such as artificial intelligence, quantum computing, life sciences, space and aviation.
European and US advocates for foreigners in China say their citizens are confused about the vaccine roll-out.
Australian media has no mainland presence for the first time since 1973 after Bill Birtles and Michael Smith fled for their safety, marking a new low in fraying ties between Canberra and Beijing.
Foreign Minister Marise Payne said Australia was informed on August 14 that the anchor for CCTV’s English-language channel was in detention in China.
Black people in the southern province had complained of being kicked out of their accommodation and forcibly quarantined under Covid-19 control measures.