This month the world’s attention was on Bonn. Here, global leaders continued efforts to deal with a rapidly changing political climate calling into question the legitimacy of the Paris Accord.
After returning home from their October holidays, China's 708 million tourists were greeted by "a new era."
As the weather turns cooler, which is a welcome relief from the 50-degree days many were experiencing this summer, China prepares itself for the upcoming onslaught of the winter air-pocalypse.
For students and parents across China, May means only one thing: the Gaokao. This year, an estimated 9.4 million high school seniors sat the two-day college entrance examination in hopes of grabbing one of 3.7 million undergraduate spots. Happy news could spell a new path for their families, country, and the world.
China keeps making a full-court press on all things sustainable this month. This furthers the dive into a Twilight Zone where the U.S. and Middle Kingdom switch pole positions in the fight to save the Earth.
Sustainability news often comes out of China at a trickle. This past month, it’s been a deluge
China likes to top lists – world’s tallest observation deck; world’s fastest train; world’s largest population. In October, China topped another list – world’s least charitable country.