How do Chinese and Americans see each other?

2012-02-15 10:59:48

The Chinese Vice-President Xi Jinping set out to visit Iowa, the United States on Feb 15. Why did Xi pick Iowa? What’s special about this state? And to go even further, how do Chinese and American people see each other? Let’s talk to three guests about two polls.

Why is "chunyun" rush such a hassle?

2012-01-19 08:40:45

China entered its 40-day Chinese New Year travel on Jan 8 and reached its peak on Jan 19, according to official announcements. People spend days and nights in line at the train station to get a single ticket home. In the latest episode of China Daily's online bilingual news talk show, we invite you to "digest" why "chunyun" is such a big hassle.

Digest China: Year 2011 in quotes

2011-12-29 08:38:42

In the past a few months, we have been inviting you to digest the country's complexities and dynamism with different guests. Before the year's gone, we put together 10 most-quotable interview segments to help you "digest" the year 2011.

Digest China: To help, or not to help?

2011-12-22 07:53:14

Walking down the street, you hear a scream. You turn to see a person badly injured in the middle of the road. What do you do? That decision is becoming more difficult in China after some people who offered help were falsely accused of injuring the person in need.

Can law protect your mental health?

2011-12-15 08:51:03

How do psychiatrists maintain their own mental health when all they are dealing with everyday are people who are not happy? And what do they think of the drafted Mental Health Law? For this week's Digest China, host Feng Xin invites two psychiatrists to the studio.

On the spectrum: China's mental health

2011-12-01 09:05:04

November 30 was the final day for the National People's Congress to collect public opinions on passing China's first Mental Health Law. In our next two shows, we will be talking about mental health among the Chinese population and how the legislation might impact you and me.

Should China "rescue" Europe?

2011-11-24 07:57:15

Europe is experiencing a financial crisis. Many people have turned their eyes to China, but what does this crisis have to do with China? What role is China playing? For this' week's Digest China, we come to Brussels to meet two guests.

Digest China: Powerful kids - Part 2

2011-11-03 08:30:25

In last week's Digest China, we visited a Chinese elementary school in Beijing and talked to a few 9- to 10-year-old children about taking power as student leaders at school. This week, we visit an international school in Beijing and see what children do differently.

Digest China: Powerful kids - Part 1

2011-10-27 07:50:37

Having a system of a class monitor and some little ministers in charge of different aspects of school life like studying and cultural activities is extremely common in China. How does such a system have an influence on kids? For this week’s Digest China, host Feng Xin and her producers decide to come to one school in Beijing and talk to some powerful kids.

"Micro-charity" serves up free lunch

2011-09-29 07:31:36

Nearly 10,000 children who live in China's poor countryside will no longer have to starve when they go to school, thanks to one man's micro-blogging, which turned into a nationwide charity program in just a few days.

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