In his effort to preserve the history of his city the director overcame many difficulties. In the end, it simply came down to his drive to preserve the past and love for sharing history with others, that lead him to persevere.
The director of a Xiamen antique store, The Goodone, has collected and preserved the flower tiles of the the city's old roads hoping one day they can be re-purposed into the design of the city.
Although it's probably impossible to eliminate plastic use completely, we should try our best to contribute to helping save the environment.
Some countries have tried to reduce waste production by reducing the number of trashcans. Perhaps this would be a more effective method if people did not just throw trash onto the street.
It's very sad to see what we humans are doing to the Earth. Little things can accumulate and turn into big problems.
Even though we are taught that we should separate plastics so that we can recycle them, in reality, not all plastics are recyclable.
Ordering takeout while trying to eliminate one's use of plastic is no easy task.
Can you imagine not using anything plastic related for a whole week? Doing so may actually be much harder than you think!
Why doesn't China have a film rating system similar to the United States or other countries?
Who's to blame for the fall of the taxi?
The prevalence of private cars has led the government to take its own measures.
Taxi drivers aren't happy with the advent of private cars, but it's hard to blame passengers for making the switch.
Companies offering private cars and carpooling options are posing a very real threat to the taxi industry.
A more transparent process needs to be in place to mitigate risks in the flow of capital.
Chinese enterprises are using trade to achieve an influx of foreign capital, although the validity of the reported exports may come into question.
Should there be more control of China's capital account liberalization?
Europe is set to become an investment-priority country in 2014 with asset allocation to be focused towards developed countries' surplus of emerging markets.
Find out why Europe is set to become an investment-worthy country next year.
This entertaining and informative video on the Chinese obsession with gift-giving reveals a lot about contemporary Chinese social and political issues (covering everything from social competition to corrupt officials) and also delves into the ancient origins of this long-running practice.
A cautionary tale featuring some of China's biggest internet companies. In the space of just five days, over 200 people were swindled in what is essentially the Nigerian Prince scam with Chinese characteristics.
With exploding consumer demand for cars, major Chinese cities have monthly quotas restricting the number of new cars allowed on the roads, forcing the price of license plates to soar. Watch this news segment to find out just how expensive it is to be a new car driver in Shanghai.
As some Chinese get richer, many look overseas to invest in property. This news segment looks at the Australian real estate market with commentary from the author of a popular book called "Being a Chinese Property Owner in Australia."
An analysis of buying property in Australia continues with an in-depth look at Australia's low property tax and generous loan structure.