A surprisingly engaging video outlining the basics of the Chinese legal system, including its historical origins and development as well as how laws are made and what some of them cover.
In this episode of The 25th Hour, we first meet 82-year-old Wu Ren Di who is looking for love in his native Shanghai.
82-year-old Wu Ren Di was married for over 40 years before his wife passed away in 2001.
Even in retirement, Mister Wu keeps busy with stock trading.
After his first marriage, 82-year-old Wu Ren Di had a short-lived marriage of four months.
Divorced for a decade, Ying met the love of her life at a singles salon.
Ying had no choice but to leave her boyfriend of four years after his daughter did not approve of their decision to get married.
The elderly today not only have physical needs, but spiritual needs as well.
Despite meeting a 64 year-old man at 59 years of age, Wan Mei Ling claims Ni Sheng Rong is the man she's been waiting for her entire life.
Wan Mei Ling faces opposition from her family regarding her relationship with Ni Sheng Rong.
Wan Mei Ling has made many sacrifices for the man she loves.
This new generation of young people in China needs to stop laying claim to their parents' assets.
Each week, a government-supported dating service hosts matchmaking events for the elderly.
Ren Hai Hua has been a matchmaker for the elderly for over a decade.
Meet Zhu Hong and Mister Zhang, an elderly couple who recently met in Pudong.
Zhu Hong's partner, Mister Zhang, wholeheartedly supports her in her endeavors.
Zhu Hong and Mister Zhang were one of the luckier elderly couples that had the support and blessing of their children.
Elderly people in Shanghai are finding their own ways to live their lives to the fullest.
Companies offering private cars and carpooling options are posing a very real threat to the taxi industry.
Taxi drivers aren't happy with the advent of private cars, but it's hard to blame passengers for making the switch.
The prevalence of private cars has led the government to take its own measures.
Who's to blame for the fall of the taxi?
On the streets of Chengdu, a new type of hair pin is all the rage.