All this talk of late about property caps and the “cooling down” of “red hot” markets is starting to make the citizens of Nanjing panic, so much so that they are willing to divorce a happy marriage over it.
Chinese food? Healthy? Home cooked, maybe, but take out? Uh-ah! If you do happen to order a vegetable dish served it will come drowning in 40mls of bottom grade oil, seasoned with MSG and containing enough sugar and salt to spur on a heart attack with each gulp. Ok ok,…
Chahar Lu, Nenjiang Lu, Rehe Lu and Xikang Lu… In Nanjing, there are many roads named after now defunct provinces which existed during the Republic of China, while others are more familiar; Suzhou Lu, Hankou Lu and Zhenjiang Lu all derive their monikers from other cities.
Sheer pandemonium broke out in February this year when Brazilian superstar Alex Teixeira announced his arrival at Jiangsu Suning FC, the Chinese Super League (CSL) football club that has qualified this year for the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Champions League, the pinnacle of Asian club football competitions.
For a long time in China, ayis (nannies) has been considered to be an inferior group who has low social status and low educational background. Few people with college diploma or above are willing to engage in this job.