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Latest expat in China news.

20 July, 2017

Earlier this year, Chinese professional Go player Ke Jie lost in a three-match series to AlphaGo, an artificial intelligence (AI) program. While a Chinese player may have lost in the game of Go, China is quickly becoming a leader in AI.

22 June, 2017

Around the globe, the pace of change seems to have accelerated, leaving students and parents uncertain about the future. Beijing’s international schools are finding new ways to ensure students have the skills they need for whatever comes next.

21 October, 2016

AmCham China members have reported successful use of this new service so far when entering in Beijing, even remarking that it took them just 30 seconds to scan their passport and fingerprints and be on their way.

20 October, 2016

Many Chinese view the US political system and the election process – including the recent raucous televised debates – as confirmation that American-styled democracy is corrupt and scandalous, and would never work in a country like China

19 October, 2016

New Foreign Employee Work Authorizations Policy brings China’s immigration laws one step closer to international standards, but it may mean longer wait times at first. It has already taken effect in 10 locations, including Beijing and Shanghai.

13 October, 2016

Two representatives of YCIS Beijing, Co-Principal Noel Thomas and a Vice Principal Don Collins, share the school’s approach to integrating technology into education.

10 October, 2016

A risk analyst, an academic and a journalist predict the implications of a Trump or Clinton White House.

29 September, 2016

Cheers and laughs erupted throughout the crowd of 100+ as they watched Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump duke it out during the first US Presidential Debate the morning of Sept. 27 in Beijing.

30 August, 2016

With Donald Trump threatening a trade war and Hillary Clinton indicating she will continue a long history of hawkish foreign policy and human rights advocacy, it’s tough to imagine two candidates that China would be less excited about.

29 April, 2016

Whether US citizens like it or not, your bank or investment company is now telling the IRS about your financial assets.