It often happens in China that buying a dog turns into a nightmarish experience. The same little puppy that looked so lively in the shop window suddenly becomes sick beyond help and dies.
It’s now the middle of October and the temperature all over China is…dropping! We are getting closer and closer to winter. A kind reminder to all of our users: please leave a jacket in your office or bring a scarf with you in case you are “underdressed” and don’t have enough layers on for the day. And if unfortunately you fall short and catch a cold, Ringy wants make sure you know how to treat it with Chinese Medicine.
We decide to start a column to share the solutions we’ve found for our users so far, with everybody.
Starting from this week, we’ve decided to add fact-finding to this column. The purpose is to share some of the useful information we’ve learned from helping expats through their day-to-day lives！1. Who’s calling? 2. Time for a haircut? 3. Holiday’s around the corner, how should I plan my trip in China?
National holiday is approaching, many of you might be wondering what it would be like to travel with a Chinese person. Traveling with a Chinese person would surely offer a new kind of cultural experience. Let’s examine some general differences you might discover.