Hidden in an alley in central Shanghai is a noodle shop owned by a man whom everyone calls "the Butler."
Meet Yanni, a former magazine editor whose inner voice tells her there's more to her life than the one she has known.
Former magazine editor, Yanni, resigned from her job to make short cooking videos, tackling a problem faced by those living alone.
Having worked for other people her entire life, Annie has finally gone into business for herself, organizing weekend markets in Shanghai.
Annie also works at an old European furniture shop that features items she and her husband have collected over the past several years.
A self-professed introvert, the Butler discusses a swimming club he joined.
Yanni organizes a small party for someone who has inspired her.
Annie recalls when she decided to begin her working life in Shanghai.
As Yanni prepares for a project, the Butler explains what "craft" means to him.
The Butler describes his current stage in life.
To keep up with the accumulation of items, Annie decides to open a shop.
Once completed, Yanni Cai's "Meal for One" project gains substantial popularity.
Chinese entrepreneurs share some advice for those seeking inspiration to do their own thing.
To waste or not to waste: that is the question.
There is more than one way to solve a problem. Look at things from different perspectives and maybe you'll be able to come up with even better solutions.
Being kind is a choice. Be kind to the environment because our future generations will still have to live in it.
In this video, we meet Andrew, a specialist in vegetarian living who describes his process for living a simple and healthy life.
Master Andrew explains why digestion is so important to one's health.
Andrew, our health guru, explains why we shouldn't over emphasize the use of proteins in our diet.
A doctor from a health clinic tells how he would rather have patience think about preventative care than treat people who are already sick. The key to curing disease is our good habits.
Health professionals explain that meat may have protein, but vegetables have it all. Processed foods should be avoided, and considering the season in which the fruit is ripe has better yields.
In this video the professionals move on to talking about how exercise, even just a little bit of movement a day, can keep you healthier and happier.
This video discusses how to comprehensively create strong and lasting habits to maintain your health.