Animal Testing in China is No Longer a Barrier for Foreign Cosmetics Companies

Nowadays, chinese governmanet are trying to implement some policies to replace animal testing. This is a good news for import companies. As  animal testing is like a trade barrie which blocked freign companies outside China.

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The Fourth Stop of The Ancient China Silk Road-Dunhuang

In ancient times, Dunhuang was the trade center between China and its western neighbors. At that time, it was the most westerly frontier military garrison in China. With the flourishing of trade along the Silk Road, it was prompted to become the most open area in international trade in ancient Chinese history.

Land That Job! How to Introduce Yourself in Chinese for Interviews

We put together a guide to introducing yourself in Mandarin for interviews. With a little help, you can prove just how talented you really are at this beautiful and challenging language.

Luckily, introductions for interviews aren’t all that complicated in Chinese. At least, not much more than they would be in English. So it won’t be hard for you to make a great first impression and set yourself apart from the rest of the candidates.

How Do Chinese Celebrate The Chinese New Year?

Chinese New Year or ‘Spring Festival’ is China’s most important festival and holiday. This new year falls on Friday, February 16th 2018, beginning a year of the Dog.

Chinese New Year is celebrated by a quarter of the world! Spring Festival is a major holiday in mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan, and in many of China’s neighboring countries such as Singapore and South Korea. And it’s celebrated in the world’s many China towns.

The Silk Road-Xi’an

Xian, located in central-northwest China, records the great changes of the country just like a living history book. Called Chang’an (meaning the eternal city) in ancient times, it is one of the birthplaces of the ancient Chinese civilization in the Yellow River Basin area.

Fashion Timeline of Chinese Women Clothing(3)

Republic Era

“Ever since the Tang Dynasty, the design of Chinese women’s costumes had kept to the same straight style: flat and straight lines for the chest, shoulders and hips, with few curves visible; and it was not until the 1920’s that Chinese women came to appreciate ‘the beauty of curves’, and to pay attention to figure when cutting and making up dresses, instead of adhering to the traditional style.”