Whether it is the Old Boys network in Japan, Bhai-Bhatijabaad in India, or guanxi in China, nepotism has been writ large in Asian societies.
The experiences of countries around the world show us that not all corruption campaigns are alike, and that not all of them succeed.
The publication of a State Council document on reform of China's household registration system, or hukou, on Wednesday marks the beginning of a phase, in which the long discussed vision of a fairer system will gradually materialize.
I remember a phrase: the thing that mostly terrifies you is large enough and changing rapidly. Absolutely, China meets both of these.
Smart phones and other electronic products have ruined our lives. If we don’t rein in our addiction it will be a disaster for our minds and interpersonal relationships as a whole.
The bad weather made everything hard. When I finally got to the nearby bus station, my trousers were waterlogged.
You may scared of ghost, but as for me they are seldom kind and lovely, familiar with behavior to whom I can laid on my chest without any hesitation.
The past was awesome, the past was great. Congratulations, congratulations. Your ancestors were great people. Congratulations again.
When a kid is born in a rich family, it seems like that she or he owns the best things. All these basic necessities of life are easy for the rich to get.
People have signed up to take part in the word game because they are curious to know what the uncommon words mean, not because they have suddenly become desperate to deepen their knowledge about ancient Chinese words.