Family Category

Little Snow was pregnant at the time and after watching the show, decided to travel to the United States to have her baby. The number of such traveling moms-to-be has risen sharply from merely 600 in 2007 to more than 80,000 in 2016. Read More
The first day of June in China is a holiday called Children’s Day. As you may have guessed, on this day, Chinese children get showered with attention and a lighter day of classes at school.Read More
China’s Spring Festival is the ultimate test for fledgling romances. A partner’s invitation to meet family signals commitment; but for China’s LGBT population, the holiday creates disproportionate stress. Read More
With growing wealth and now being allowed to have a second child, a flood of middle-aged women has increased waiting lists to more than two years at some fertility clinics in China.Read More
Birth mothers often arrive in the U.S. a few months before they’re set to have their babies because their pregnancies aren’t as visible then, and they’ve heard that officials block pregnant women from entering the country.Read More
Despite fears of a slowdown in spending, the appetite of the Chinese middle class for consumption will keep growing.Read More
It often seems that Chinese consumers are somehow wired differently than their counterparts in other countries. When it comes to the purchase decision-making journey, we do see some truth to this. Read More
No more homosexuality, extramarital affairs, or one-night stand content in Chinese television drama.Read More
Extreme sports apparel and expensive active wear is in vogue thanks in part to government promotion of sport ahead of the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing.Read More
Spending is up, even with growth slowing and stocks slumping: China's consumers increased spending on travel and entertainment as hundreds of millions of people traveled during the holiday last week.Read More