As the covid-19 virus sweeps across the entire world, every single country is being affected in different ways. In this video, 3 of our friends – all in different corners of the globe – share their experiences, fears and opinions on how their country is responding.
With more and more countries passing law against coal and fossil fuel usage, what happens to the town’s that are forced to shutdown their coal mines? We wanted to answer this question and see how towns can move forward and recover after loosing their dominate industry. In this video, we travel to Panji in China’s rust belt to find out how coal towns are dealing with big changes in the global economy.
One million Chinese tourists came to Austria in a year, said Friedrich Stift, Austrian ambassador to China. What do you think of the relationship between China and Austria?
We talk with Yoichi Suzuki about how China is creating new rules in trade and policies globally.
Nicholas Rosellini, UN resident coordinator in China, said that the Belt and Road Initiative could be an accelerator for SDGs, what do you think?
We talks with Djoomart Otorbaev about China and how the world needs more trust in our global systems.
How to solve the problems faced by private enterprises in China will remain an important topic for discussions
The virus has affected all of us in different ways, but one way it has affected all of us is financially. All around the world, shutdowns have cost money and jobs.
China has done an amazing job of stopping and containing the virus and health professionals around the world have praised China for its efforts in this global fight, but what have they actually done?
Many people are worried about the new covid 19 virus, but according to scientists the peak should happen soon and there will be fewer cases in the coming days and weeks.
President Xi Jinping has said many things about how to govern China. One of his famous quotes is about righteousness and how Chinese people should enter act with the world.
Over 10 million Chinese students are taking Gaokao this year. Why is it special?
Hangzhou has implemented new cashless payment systems with the help of online retail giant Alibaba. Find out what has been done in this interesting cartoon.
China has always had an interesting relationship with foreigners and foreign workers, but how are things now and have things gotten any better?
What do you know about 5G? How will it change your life? What if it’s developed by a Chinese company?
China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi held a press conference on May 24, 2020 on China-US relations, China’s role in fighting COVID-19 and other issues.
People all around the world have been showing support for China, including international leaders from many countries.
These brave doctors are doing everything they can to combat this virus!
This 91-year-old man has been through a lot and this virus will not stop him!
What is Namibia like during the COVID-19 outbreak? China Matters sent a Namibian journalist to document life of ordinary people there and how China is helping deal with the situation.
During the height of the pandemic, Costa Serena, a cruise ship sailing from Tianjin to Japan, returned with 3,706 passengers, including 148 from Hubei Province, China’s epicenter. How was Tianjin able to control this potential outbreak?
How can the world overcome this virus? China might have some ideas and a helping hand!
Josh takes a look at what China has been doing to stop the spread of COVID-19. Are these measures effective and can other countries learn from China? And what steps is China taking to stop a second wave? Josh answers these questions and more.
Josh wanted to know more about the COVID-19 testing, so he visited a lab in Beijing to see how the testing is done and how COVID-19 is detected.
In this video, Josh is talking with local business owners to see how the government helped during the pandemic and how businesses are moving forward.
Many countries around the world have been dealing with the pandemic in different ways, one way China has been helping patients is with telemedicine. Josh wanted to find out how this technology is being used and how it is helping.
With a global pandemic affecting the world, many high school students are worried about their college entrance exams. China has one of the most difficult tests in the world and it can make or break their futures. We follow one student to see how she is coping with the “new normal”.
Guo Ziqi, Vice President of StarTimes Group, talks about her personal experience working with Africans and how she hopes to educate people in China about African culture.
With all the talks about trade and tariffs, I wanted to take a look at some of the criticism about China joining the WTO. Since joining the WTO in 2001, China has been further opening up its markets to multinational companies, but there is still a ton of criticism about the speed and scope of market access in China.
Tiangong, the Heavenly Palace, was recently sent up to farther the Chinese space program. This video explains the purpose of the new Chinese space station.
With 2018 coming to an end, China Matters would like to look back at some of the ways China has helped improve the world over the whole year.
Today, we are looking a the largest artificial intelligence companies in China. You might not know, but China is on the cutting edge of Artificial Intelligence and we wanted to look at some of the leading companies. So, let’s just jump right in with number 5.
When you think of Chinese medicine, you might think of traditional medicine and an old sage with strange teas and cupping jars, but don’t be fooled by movies and pseudoscience.
Do you have a Chinese Smartwatch? Today on Top 5 China, we are talking about the top 5 best Chinese smartwatches. So, let’s jump right in and get started with number 5.