• Learning through Fun! Soccer and English Camp?
School's out for summer and many Beijing parents are looking for a way for their kids to have fun activities while getting ahead academically.
• Street Talk- Reactions over China's Tainted Bottled Water and Food Quality
Authorities have since removed 31 brands of barreled water from supermarket shelves.
• Public Libraries Falling Short with Books for Beijing's Tots?
In China, many parents emphasize education for their children, but public library facilities don't always provide the necessary tools.
• Knigge Akademie Teaches Western Etiquette for Business Chinese
Germany's Knigge Akademie is known for its training in manners in Germany and in Europe.
• 'Slow Food' Trend Picking up Speed in Beijing'
In recent years, China has absorbed a wide range of culinary influences from around the world.
• No Pai Dui, You Needn't Queue! Pay Someone to Do It for You!
Paotui means run-errands in Chinese. And it's not just for rich people anymore.
• China to Reduce Pesticide Use 20% within Next Five Years
In China, rampant chemical pesticide use the last few decades has posed numerous health risks.
• Should Kids Have All the Fun? Art Class for Mom at Beijing's Familier
The Familier in Beijing's Chao Wai SOHO says it's more than just a daycare.
• Kitty and Lala-Sassy Wedding Photography for China's 80s Generation
China's 80s generation has grown up saturated in blogs, mobile phone technology and thirsting for visual entertainment.
• Beijing's New TaoBao E-tailing
Beijing's newly opened Taobao E-tailer furniture warehouse looks like a typical furniture store anywhere.
• Tis' the Summer to Avoid Tourist Scams!
It's summer in Beijing and June ushers in the high tourist season. Unfortunately, tourist scams are still an issue.
• Mercedes-Benz Driver Safety Course
For the first time ever, in the spirit of Germany's Best Driver Contest, Chinese drivers will get a chance to get professional instruction.
• Hot Spot Beijing - Why Interns Are Coming from Abroad
Many foreigners come to China as interns as a way to get their foot in the door of the expansive Chinese job market.
•  Beijing's Comfy Migrant 'Community Cubes'
In Beijing, smaller shipping container apartments are also becoming more popular.
• Old and Blue? New Study Reveals China's Elderly Suffering from Depression
China's economic growth has changed the family dynamic and has left many of China's geriatrics behind and alone.
• Waste Redesign - Retouch. Rethink. Return
Taking discarded items and making new art may not sound like a new concept. But it depends on who's doing the creating.
• Tasty Explorations of the Chinese Food Market
The folks down at The Hutong, aim to take a bit of the suspense out of the market by educating small groups of tourists on what it's all about.
• More than Mc Donald's? Shedding Light on American Culture
American culture is everywhere. Movies, TV, pop icons and Mc Donald's have made it around the world.
• Happy Mother's Day from CRI - Memories from Our Reporters
From all of us at CRI, Happy Mother's Day!
• Mother's Day - Stories of Mom in a Different Light
May 8 is Mother's Day and so we asked some women to tell us some memorable stories about their mothers and moments which revealed them in a different light.
• Coping with Beijing's Sneezy Hay Fever Season
Many people suffer from hay fever during the spring and summer months when pollen count is high in the city and countryside.
• 'Pampering' Babies Vs Chinese Baby Split Pants?
This little crotch less pants allow babies to squat pretty much anywhere when potty training.
• The Electric Car-China to Lead the High 'Way'?
China has decided it wants to take a lead in the production of electric cars.
• Beijing's Mr Magic-Clowning around in English
Foreign or Chinese, wealthy or not, Parsons is happy with the life he's got.
• Beijing's Brazilian Capoeira-Giving China a Different Martial Art
Capoeira is a martial art form Brazil that originated during the slave trade so that escaped slaves could defend themselves without weaponry.
• China Smoke Out 2011
As part of its five-year plan, China plans to prohibit smoking in public places, starting May 1 to become Tobacco Free by 2015.
• How Different Is Traditional Chinese Medicine?
How is the traditional Chinese way different and do you really have to choose one way over another?
• Traditional Chinese Medicine-Trying Something Else?
Traditional Chinese Medicine is popular with some foreigners in China.
• Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star
One initial meeting with Taylor was the career spark of one of China's rising little stars, JP or Zhang zi long.
• Chinese Proficiency Competition Held in London
The UK preliminary for the annual "Chinese Bridge" Chinese Proficiency Competition for Foreign College Students has been held in London.
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