How do Chinese workers who don't know much about Western classical music produce 30% of the world's violins?
Expert luthiers spend a few months making a single violin, but mass-produced violins from China are flooding the market, will they consider it as a threat?
People with bipolar disorder in China are always faced with misdiagnosis and wrong treatment. What are the reasons behind this? Can it be changed?
As experts start to warn about the negative impact of Chinese volunteer projects on underdeveloped countries, what needs to happen to help the recipient communities?
Chinese women, in particular, prioritise feminism thinking, are not easily influenced by other people's judgements, and are more concerned with themselves. Why does this happen and benefit their own development?
One of the most difficult obstacles for many young Chinese women is balancing the competing expectations of family, society, and career success. How are a new wave of feminist podcasts in China changing the lives of a generation of young women?
Why does the gap between Chinese violin craftsmanship and the international level of violin making still exist?
China has witnessed a surge in the number of young bipolar patients since the COVID-19 outbreak. Why are adolescents vulnerable to bipolar disorder during the pandemic?
As more Chinese volunteers flock to Sri Lanka to teach, are they adding value to the country's education system?
With volunteer organisations sending more Chinese volunteers overseas every year, what is driving their growth and mission? is it altruism...
An increasing number of girls create the new podcasts after they encouraged by an influential feminist podcast. What led listeners to resonate and discover a new way to express themselves?
With the rising cost of studying in the UK, should British universities worry about the loss of Chinese students?