The Transformation and Preservation of The Chinese Elderly with Children Overseas

By Ningxin He , Ruige Wu, Yiting Bu “My mom is 70 years old and her body is not doing very well. She had a stroke a few days ago. My father called an ambulance and transferred her to the hospital. Looking at my weak mother and gray-haired father during the video call, I am painful!” This is only a short quote from a daughter … Continue reading The Transformation and Preservation of The Chinese Elderly with Children Overseas

The Uniqueness of Liberal Feminism in the Third World, Particularly in China

By Cheng Yiyu Western feminist or general social media tends to convey the message about “third world women” as “powerless”, “illiterate” and “backward” which is very problematic because these are biased opinions by simply categorizing “third world women” as a unitary group having similar backgrounds, challenges, histories. In fact, “third world women” have diverse interests, sources of problems, and narratives based on their colonial-political-racial-ethnic backgrounds. … Continue reading The Uniqueness of Liberal Feminism in the Third World, Particularly in China

Human-Elephant Conflict in China: A Review of Current Management Strategies and Future Directions

By Haoqing Du, Luying Wang(Contributed equally to this work with Haoqing Du), Jing Chen and Jianing Dai “We are terribly afraid of the elephants. They are the first-class protected animals for the nation, but not for us.” Xishuangbanna villagers’ helplessness and fear of Asian elephants reveal the persistence of human-elephant conflict over the years. Although the local forestry, conservation zones and governments have introduced various … Continue reading Human-Elephant Conflict in China: A Review of Current Management Strategies and Future Directions

Where will the E-commerce in China end up after the pandemic? -Focusing at Yiwu, the city of E-commerce, during the COVID-19

By Haixiao Shen, Yikyeung Lam and Xing Gao Yiwu, the “supermarket for the world”, has suffered from the epidemic and experienced an “economic crisis”. However, many parts of Yiwu and its citizens have survived relying on their outstanding entrepreneurial ability. Speaking of daily shopping, online purchases are gradually dominating the Chinese market. In the past few decades, the world has witnessed the colossal blossom in … Continue reading Where will the E-commerce in China end up after the pandemic? -Focusing at Yiwu, the city of E-commerce, during the COVID-19

The New Industry: Live Streaming and E-commerce Training

By Kaixin Feng, Rongjia Chen, Shijie Li and Qile Chen COVID-19 hit myriad industries unexpectedly. In particular, it has struck the world’s largest small commodities market hard. As both overseas and in-country traveling are significantly hindered, the merchants of Yiwu has struggled to combat the numerous effects of the virus. Wholesalers around the globe, who were previously engaged in trade relationships with Yiwu merchants, are … Continue reading The New Industry: Live Streaming and E-commerce Training