China’s infamous clear spirit Baijiu has long been the alcoholic drink of Chinese society. But how are the country’s younger drinkers changing tastes and habits affecting the time-honoured product?
Dual circulation—the policy some academics have labeled as “China First” and a threat to international companies’ prospects in the Chinese market—was in fact being discussed as an “excellent opportunity”.
Now that the Tibet Autonomous Region has successfully shaken off the scourge of extreme poverty, attention has turned towards future development.
The return of the physical book fair marks a turning point for the industry. It gives us confidence for the future.
The CPC’s unwavering commitment to “serving the people wholeheartedly” while fostering a spectacular and colorful panorama for the people has been inspiring.
China’s most recent foray into the wine industry is still in its early stages, with many experts expecting a bumpy ride for China’s growing wine producers.
While there is much work to be done, China can have confidence that progress in improving higher education will continue, given its strong performance over the last decade.