You’ve probably heard of all the hype about Chinese acupuncture. You’re probably wondering, what is that? Does it really work? Well, I was once like you. I didn’t believe that Chinese acupuncture can treat my chronic back pain. But, here I am, writing to you the various benefits of Chinese acupuncture. You probably can guess how my acupuncture treatment goes. …[Read More]
There are more tourists visiting foreign countries from China than anywhere else. Given the increasing middle class numbers and economic surge which China has experienced in recent years the disposable incomes available to spend on short term vacations have increased and just the sheer number of people involved has led to vast numbers of new holiday makers who bring large volumes of cash to spend. …[Read More]
China has been the real focal point for real estate development globally. Decades of growth have seen enormous swathes of office blocks and condos being constructed with completely new cities born from nowhere into places with populations of millions. As the urbanisation of China has been so rapid many real estate developers have had enormous success within the country and so choosing development as a career path has enormous benefit to many. Given the economic slowdown experienced globally it is inevitable that opportunities need to be searched for more strategically than in recent years. We shall look at few of these locations and reasons why they are places you should consider as a property developer to ensure your business continues to perform or your choice of employer is wise.
Given the relative appreciation of RMB, the number of people with large personal incomes and the favourable visa policies related to incoming Chinese tourists it is no surprise that, as a nation, China have some of the most outgoing tourists of any other country. …[Read More]
Thailand is the most popular destination for Chinese tourists and has been for a number of years. Not just that but the number of visitors is increasing further still. Given the relative wealth of Chinese people who can regularly holiday and the burgeoning middle class with disposable incomes it’s not wholly surprising. Statistics reflect that most Chinese tourists visit Asian countries and the geographic location is clearly a factor. …[Read More]
Insects and bugs are beneficial to the environment and ecosystem but we would like to keep them outside, not in our home.
Insects and bugs can be big problems to homeowners. Some people are allergic to them. Here are some tips to keep insects away from your home. …[Read More]
For backpackers, every last inch of their backpacks matter. In recent years China has seen an increase in backpackers coming through the country as part of their travels. Everything has to be considered before being purchased; weight, size and utility. Unplanned packing can make your trip miserable. …[Read More]
More and more Chinese people are migrating. The relative wealth that exists in the country means that people are looking to take their lives elsewhere. Whilst North America tends to be the most popular destination to emigrate to, a large number of Chinese citizens have taken the shorter trip to Australia. It offers a similarly Western culture with a favourable climate and there is a large number of Chinese migrants already living there. …[Read More]
Two wheeled transport has a long history going far back into the 19th century. Still even now, bicycles are widely used as an alternative form of transportation. In the modern world, the metro or cars are not the answer for urban people but bicycles are. Riding a bicycle benefits your finances, the environment and your health. You pay less for petrol, reduce pollution from car exhausts and also promote your fitness and well-being. …[Read More]