Education has become a battlefield in China, one where the weapon is parental money.
As the use of mobile payment has grown in China, wallets have become more fashion accessories than practical objects.
According to the 2016 Global Wealth Report released by Credit Suisse Group, China ranks third after the United States and Japan in terms of total household wealth and is home to over 11,000 people who have assets of over US$50 million.
Music festivals were introduced to China more than a decade ago and have become popular in many cities – although events in Beijing and Shanghai are often shut down by the police over security concerns.
From 2010 to 2014, China’s box office saw an annual increase of 30 percent on average.
A series of stories about how environmental law enforcers were obstructed or even illegally detained by the enterprises they were inspecting has alerted the government to the difficulties of enforcing the new environmental law which came into force on January 1, 2015.