The story of the entire modern city of Shanghai began with the Bund.
The Astor House Hotel was the setting for the story of American journalist Helen Foster Snow.
Each one of us who comes to the Bund is adding his or her own piece to a beautiful puzzle.
With an increasingly affluent population, more and more people in China are donating to NGOs or public welfare organizations. Where does the money go and what can be done to improve transparency in China's burgeoning NGO sector? Learn more in this informative video.
An author and documentary filmmaker Laoji believes the only thing you should do as a kid is play. His son Simba has always longed to see the polar bears. One day Laoji and his family embark on a journey others only dream about.
At a young age, Simba's father took him out of school to travel. The education he received traveling hardly compares to what he could learn in the classroom. Languages, social skills, adapting to new environments these are all skills that can be developed outside of the classroom.
Traveling with his child is an incredible experience for Simba's father. There is nothing more he would rather do than watch his son grow up by his side. For children, getting out and seeing the world is important to their growth and development.
Have you ever thought about spending all those years to get a PhD only to become a farmer?
The concept of farming in China is quite different than farming in America.
It's the direction that matters, so don't speed through things. Take them step by step and enjoy the process.
The Chinese language has changed a lot over history. The speaker in the video talks about how he is unable to comprehend the Chinese from the past and present.
The speaker continues to talk about the changes in language and how to embrace them.
Rather than inventing a new language, the speaker wants to be the protector of language, mingling together the new and the old.
This speaker talks about how today's world is not lacking people who cannot speak up, but rather people who are brave enough to seek consciousness when speaking.
The speaker goes on to talk about how people often blindly post comments online without even really knowing the details.
The speaker talks about the second type of shame, which is "speaking daggers to somebody."
The speaker continues to talk about the true "brave and outspoken."
The speaker talks about how she makes money by speaking.
The speaker tells her story about making the first move to speak to strangers.
No longer afraid to talk to strangers, one day, after sharing her story at a school, the speaker found that she was making a great difference by speaking to others.
The speaker overcomes her struggle and wants to make a difference with her words.
The head of the household sets the rules of the house.