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WeChat Set to Launch App for Enterprise Users

WeChat, which connects more than half a billion individual users via the mobile messaging service, is launching a separate application for enterprise clients.

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Chinese Swipe Smartphones for Almost Everything

If you chose to do so, you could live in Shanghai without carrying anything so plebeian as cash (or even credit cards). Chinese consumers can (and do) swipe smartphones for almost everything.

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5 Chinese Phrases to Compliment a Guy

The current trendy expressions – 小鲜肉 (xiǎo xiān ròu) a hot guy (lit. little fresh meat), 男神 (nán shén, male god), and 高富帅 (gāofù shuài; tall, rich and handsome) – are great among friends to show you know the latest pop culture sayings. In other settings, however, you may want to reach for a more sop

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Why Girls are Called 'yā tou' in Chinese

The Chinese word "丫头 (yā tou)" is usually used by the elder to address little girls, but do you know what the meaning was in ancient times and where it originated?

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Who is the First Woman on the World’s Highest Peak?

Almost 41 years ago, on the morning of May 16, 1975, a 35-year-old woman and her Sherpa guide reached the 8,763 meter South Summit of Mount Everest-their final halt before pushing on to the 8,848 meter peak itself. This woman is none other than Junko Tabei, a well-known mountain climber from Japan.

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The World Leaders Who Have Visited Great Wall You May Not Know

Here goes Chairman Mao’s famous saying, “He who has never been to the Great Wall is not a true man!” Obviously, his saying has successfully encouraged many people to visit this awe-inspiring construction, even the foreign dignitaries. Now let’s take a look at these influential world leaders who have

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