November's economic data was released by the National Bureau of Statistics of China this morning including the Consumer Price Index (CPI) and the Producer Price Index (PPI) as well as data about investment, consumption and other important indicators.
A weather forecast from Japan's NHK 8 channel that involves heavy snow, a storm and possible tornadoes. Watch the video and learn some useful weather terms.
Find out how much would the bank charge for 5 cents loan for 5 years.
Lodging a complaint: Is it a new way to avoid paying bank fees?
This informative video talks about the public launch of a new type of credit card designed specifically for business travelers.
Wealthy Chinese are notoriously fond of buying property overseas and of sending their kids to university abroad. The mother in this news story is an extreme example of these two trends.
Delayed retirement is set to become a trend in China. But what factors need to be considered?
Find out how much a full-time housewife is really worth.
E-commerce is a rapidly growing sector of the Chinese economy as consumers increasingly turn to the internet to find cheap goods. Now, the government wants to start taxing the sector, which businesses say means prices will increase.
Find out some tricks that pharmacies utilize to try to sell medicine.
This is a countdown of the major financial events of 2013, starting with the "dama" gold-buying frenzy. The term "dama" literally means "aunty" and is a term for Chinese middle-aged, bargain-hunting women.
The second major financial event of 2013 was Alipay's "Balance treasure." Watch to find out more about this controversial initiative.
The third major financial event of 2013 was the development of online lending. While it offered much higher rates of return, a much higher risk was involved as well.
National Day means "crazy shopping" in Japan for Chinese tourists.
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.
Although many people aren't aware of it, China's deaf-mute community is actually quite large. To attend to their needs, a special workshop was established.
The workshop enables these members of the deaf-mute community to earn money through their work as well as expressing themselves through their crafts.
No longer outcasts, through the studio, they are able to adapt to the real world and become a part of society.
This video talks about how wasteful it can be to shop excessively on Singles day. Not only do you not need so much stuff, it can be harmful to the environment.
Gao You Si our host hears online that people who make jianbings are making lots of money so he tries his hand at cooking some up.
Business picks up at the jianbing shop and Gao You si struggles to keep up with demand. He sees some of his fans and does his best to make jianbings fast enough. He also considers whether he should quit blogging and start making jianbings full time.
Gao You si finishes up the day and gets to counting his money. upon counting it all up he realizes he's made substantial gains and as he has promised he sends the money he made to his fans. The boss informs him that he calculated the money incorrectly, because he didn't count the cost. The boss says either way every month they pull in close to 50000 rmb.
Our host learns what the responsibilities are for running an internet cafe. The responsibilities include making drinks, cleaning computers, and staying up all night.