How does a headhunting company work in China? What is the process? Find out here.
As the saying goes, "It is better to teach a man to fish than to give him food." This is the way to get people out of poverty.
This method not only brings financial help to the villagers, it also helps them mentally by bringing a sense of purpose to their lives.
Although it was hard at first, the girls managed to help the villagers with their hard work.
These young people have not only helped those in poverty, but have helped people to fulfill their dreams as well.
In addition to hard work, new concepts and thinking also play important roles in making concrete improvements.
Designs are fascinating in that each individual might interpret them in his or her own way. How would you brand yourself?
The purpose of design is to make people's lives easier and happier. Which design do you like best?
Our society is full of smaller systems that help us function as a whole.
To create social innovation, everyone must work together.
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.
Our host helps customers with their equipment and learns to make drinks and prepare food for the customers.
Our host talks to a gamer about his experiences attending gaming competitions.
Our host and his coworker have to be on duty all night till 9 in the morning. Our host sees that the middle of the night is when the internet cafe really comes alive.
Our host talks to a woman who is going to meet up with her online gaming friends, friends she's never met in real life. Once the business dies down a bit, our host and the boss play some games together.
Our host is getting sleepy as the night continues. He talks to a high schooler who's at the internet cafe very late. The high schooler talks to the host about his family situation and how he comes to the internet cafe to listen to music and get away from it all.
Our host barely makes it through the night as even the early morning customers start to come in. He expresses his thanks to the boss and the staff and sums up his new understanding of the world of internet cafes in China.
Not unlike a Chinese version of The Apprentice, this reality show seeks to find a talented COO to help run a business. In the first episode, we meet the judges and the four COO hopefuls.
How do you choose the COO of an e-commerce site? Give them a car wash to run for a day, of course! Divided into two teams, the four contestants go head to head, using all their marketing savvy to lure in customers- group buying sites, membership cards, air fresheners. Which team will prevail?
Both teams up their tally with last-minute sales, but which side will cinch the victory? The results are in and the judges are eager to grill the contestants. It's not the judges they should be afraid of, however, but each other. Asked to name who is the least suited to being a COO, the contestants give their brutal assessments.
In the ongoing hunt for a COO, one contestant must be eliminated. So, what exactly does a COO do, anyway? Not much, according to one COO-hopeful, despite his expected salary of 700,000 RMB. Watch as the judges set him straight!