Millions of migrant workers, who have made enormous contribution to China’s economic development, have been denied access to basic public services, which creates social problems
Over the past year, global smartphone manufacturers have displayed a variety of cutting-edge devices with foldable screens.
Chinese internet companies have been giving users with high personal credit scores access to preferential policies, such as forgoing deposits on shared bikes, car rentals or even apartments.
According to statistics from the China Internet Network Information Center, China was home to more than 800 million internet users as of June 2018, 27.9 percent of whom were aged between 20 and 29.
Nowadays it is common for grass-roots government officials to work overtime without holidays and manage multiple tasks on tight deadlines.
Digital devices are nowadays widely used in schools ranging from kindergartens to universities, and these have significantly changed the lives of teachers and students.