CHINA WATCH FEATURE
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”.
Many people across China have been slowly going back to work and Josh is in the office to show us how companies and employees are handling the outbreak in Beijing.
LandSpace is one of a handful of Chinese start-ups building satellite-launching rockets. But with China kicking off a frenzy of innovation in space technology, what’s now at stake for China’s space entrepreneurs? Josh from China Matters went to find out more.
Some of the biggest retailers, like Walmart, are using block chain technology to improve food safety. Is this the future of the industry and does it really work? Josh talks with different vendors at CIIE to see how they are using Block Chain and what the future might hold for major players in this new industry.
The Belt & Road Initiative was just held in Beijing and we wanted to know how businesses are working with Chinese companies to complete projects. Josh talks with a number of CEOs and business leaders to get their opinion about the Belt & Road Initiative.
China’s advanced medical technology is going from strength to strength. And now it is producing high-end medical equipment to serve for patients and hospitals at both home and abroad. What do you think of China’s medical industry? Leave a comment below.
There has been less and less talk about China’s Belt and Road Initiative benefiting everyone who is involved. Questions are being asked about China’s motives and whether it only benefits them.
But as we celebrate the initiative’s five-year anniversary this year, we asked, is it win-win cooperation?