CHINA MATTERS STORY
What do young New Zealanders think of China’s publich transportation system?
Facing recognition softwares are getting popular in a lot of the industries. And in the Daxing airport, it’s helping the passengers to get on the planes faster. China Matters sent Josh and Tucker to experience at first hand.
This man from Germany spent 16 years in China’s southern Yunnan province in the deep mountains. What is he doing here?
The Saihanba forest in north China has received the Champions of the Earth award, the UN’s highest environmental honor.
“Now the US is tired and impatient, which is a sad thing. Our Asian countries should be united.” What do you think?
This is the story of a team of scientists, lead by Tu Youyou, that risked everything to help cure malaria. Tu Youyou and her team were asked to create a cure for malaria, but it took more than anyone was expecting and almost took the lives of the scientists working on the project. This is an amazing story of how one team was willing to go above and beyond to save millions of lives around the world.
China Matters wanted to know more about the Yangtze River ecology and what companies have been doing to help restore the river.
We talked with Charles Bark, CEO of HiNounou, about the future of China and France’s relationship and how startups like his are helping bridge the culture gaps between the two countries. He also talks about AI in China and how his company is helping elderly people live longer and healthier at home.