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desperate moments when learning chinese

unesco has published the three most difficult languages in the world, chinese is undoubtedly the top one. 


desperate moments when learning chinese


even so, there are still increasing numbers of foreigners continuously starting to enter the “big trap” of learning chinese.


a foreign friend says, “but when i strated learning chinese, omg! nobody knows what i experienced.”

desperate moments when learning chinese

recently, a video goes viral online, which shows that many foreigners are confused when they are listenning chinese. check it! 


a previous news reported that russia is about to add mandarin to its college entrance exam in 2019, it seems like “the whole world is learning mandarin, and confucius is becoming world-renowned” – just like the song says.

desperate moments when learning chinese

as a lot of people are learning chinese nowadays, how much do you know about the secrets of chinese? 


take a look at the following three questions to see if you could understand.


  • 为什么明明是馍夹着肉却要叫肉夹馍呢?

  • 为什么站在电梯上却要叫坐电梯呢?

  • 为什么发生火灾,明明是救人,却要叫救火呢?


many people are at a loss about these questions. to those who put a lot of efforts to study chinese, these may be the most desperate moments. 


desperate moments when learning chinese


it is said that even those students who reached hsk 6 couldn’t fully get the meaning of these sentences below, let’s check out!


  • 以前喜欢一个人,现在喜欢一个人。

  • 夏天能穿多少就穿多少!冬天能穿多少就穿多少!

  • 我大天朝有两种球,一种是乒乓球,一种是足球,一个谁也打不过,一个谁也打不过。


do you have any interesting experience when learning english?

over 70% of post 90s suffer from hair loss

if you feel like you are losing your hair, you are not alone. for those born in the 1990s, “almost going bald” has been a catchphrase on chinese social media for years.

though some say it is a self-mockery amid mounting stress at work, more young men, many still at college, are seeing receding hairlines.


over 70% of post 90s suffer from hair loss

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a survey shows that baldness is coming earlier to young chinese. in the country, more than 250 million people suffer from hair loss and more men than women complain about excessive balding.

the post-1980s and post-1990s generations account for over 70 percent of the population, according to the china association of health promotion and education.

over 70% of post 90s suffer from hair loss

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in a survey of 643 universities by china youth daily, more than half of the college students said they suffered from hair loss and over 60 percent had taken measures to slow it.

30-year-old yu, a university lecturer, said he started to get serious about preventing hair loss when he was a sophomore.

like many young chinese who fret over thinning hair, yu said the problem had proved to be a major headache in finding a life partner and it could sometimes count against them in job interviews.

daily loss of hair is a normal occurrence. in fact, the average person loses between 50 to 100 hairs a day,” said jia lijun with the shenzhen traditional chinese medicine hospital. “however, there are certain factors that can cause young people to shed more than usual, such as stress, lack of exercise and insomnia.”

over 70% of post 90s suffer from hair loss

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increasingly stressful lives are leading to hair thinning and hair loss. yu said he always stayed up late due to a heavy study load at college and his busy work life resulted in a poor diet.

excessive stress, anxiety and poor health habits usually lead to hormone imbalances and premature baldness, jia said.

over 70% of post 90s suffer from hair loss

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as the problem nags more younger chinese, many admit that hair loss has affected their confidence, said tan wenyong with the shenzhen hospital of southern medical university.

once a niche market, hair-growth products have grown into a multi-billion yuan industry.


over 70% of post 90s suffer from hair loss

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data released by china’s national health commission indicates that the country’s hair health industry will expand by 260 percent annually in the following decade and urban people’s spending on hair care products and hair-loss treatment will surge by 30 percent in the years to come.

in early february, yu spent nearly 100,000 yuan (about $14,925) on a hair transplant with a per graft-fee of 16 yuan. “the surgery almost wiped out all my savings, but i felt it worthwhile because i regained the thickness of my hair as well as my confidence,” yu said.

friendly reminder from public security bureau in china!

foreigners who are living and working in china, because of not familiar with local laws and regulations, they often make mistakes inadvertently but they don’t know. in view of this, the chinese police issued the following friendly reminders. 

friendly reminder from public security bureau in china!

let’s take a look at it!


a foreigner is obligated to report to the local police concerning his or her temporary residence within 24 hours of their arrival in an urban area. the length of time is 72 hours in rural areas. 

friendly reminder from public security bureau in china!

the same requirement also applies to those who are living in a rented or purchased apartment. failure to register within the proper time to can result in a warning from the police and a fine not exceeding 2,000 yuan.


in case of any change to the information associated with foreigner’s work permit — for example a change in the informations as below, please report these changes to the local police within ten days. 


  • name, 

  • occupation, 

  • identity, 

  • passport number, 

  • work unit,

  • address 

friendly reminder from public security bureau in china!

failure to do so can result in a warning from the police and a fine not exceeding 2,000 yuan.


do remember your visa expiration date in your passport. any overstay is regarded as an illegal presence, and will face warnings from the police. in serious instances, each day of overstay will result in: 

  • a fine of 500 yuan per day, totaling no more than 10,000 yuan, 

  • or detainment between 5 and 15 days.


a foreigner in china must always abide by chinese law. those who violate the law will be asked to leave the country earlier than the expiration date of their visa, or be disqualified from staying in china.


a foreigner working in china should have a work permit or work certification. any work unit or private sector employer must not employ a foreigner without a proper work permit or certification


any of the following cases is considered illegal employment:

  1. working in china without a legal work permit or certification.

  2. working in china beyond the expiration date of a legal work permit or certification.

  3. foreign students working in china beyond the scope of their work-study program in terms of position and time limitations.

those found to be working illegally will be fined between 5,000 and 20,000 yuan, and for serious instances detention of 5 to 15 days in addition to the fine.


prostitution, whoring, gambling, taking drugs and drug trafficking are illegal in china. offenders will be asked to report to the relevant police station and participate in an investigation.

friendly reminder from public security bureau in china!


gang-fighting, instigating quarrels, sexual harassment and assault, as well as damaging of public or private facilities are all illegal offenses punishable based on the severity of the act.


article number 15 of the law of the people’s republic of china on administrative penalties for public security states than an intoxicated person who violates the regulations concerning public security shall be penalized. an intoxicated person who poses a danger to himself/herself, or to others, will be restrained until they return to sobriety.


article number 58 of the law of the people’s republic of china on administrative penalties for public security regulates excessive noise and its affects on the normal lives of others. offenders can face police warnings or fines between 200 and 500 yuan.


when leaving their place of residence, everyone should make sure their doors and windows are closed and utilities such as water, electricity, and gas are turned off to avoid any accidents.


keep a close eye on your passport, id card, student card, or driver’s license when visiting supermarkets, going shopping or when in any crowded place. always take care with your personal belongings.


always remember these important telephone numbers in case of emergency:

  • police: 110

  • fire department: 119

  • medical aid: 120

  • traffic accidents: 122

  • phone number directory: 114

$4.57m for lunch? their life are changed after dining with him!

this year’s charity steak lunch with the legendary investor warren buffett will probably be all about blockchain and crypto.

$4.57m for lunch? their life are changed after dining with him!

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justin sun, the 28-year-old founder of blockchain platform tron and ceo of peer-to-peer file sharing protocol bittorrent, won the annual ebay charity auction to have lunch with warren buffett at steakhouse smith & wollensky in new york city. 

sun, who calls himself a disciple of alibaba’s founder jack ma, paid $4.6 million for the opportunity to dine with buffett. sun can also bring up to seven friends.


“i’m a long-term believer (and certainly a big fan) of buffett and his long-term value investing strategy. as some of you might know, the ceo of berkshire hathaway has said publicly he sees no ‘unique value’ in bitcoin, the world’s largest cryptocurrency. yet, he has pointed to the potential in blockchain, the underlying technology behind all cryptocurrency,” sun wrote in a post on monday. “i look at the upcoming lunch with buffett as an opportunity to seek mutual understanding and growth.”


$4.57m for lunch? their life are changed after dining with him!

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sun made the first pot of gold by investing in tesla and bitcoin when he was studying at the university of pennsylvania in 2013. a marketing guru, he has been teasing followers on twitter since last week, saying he will announce “something huge and amazing”, which pumped the price of tron as much as 20% on sunday. following the press release, sun plans to invite several “industry leaders” in the cryptocurrency and blockchain community to join the lunch with buffett.


buffett and his longtime business partner charlie munger have been known for their distaste for cryptocurrency. to buffett, bitcoin is not an investment, but “a gambling device“. munger once joked “bitcoin investors celebrate the life and work of judas iscariot” at happy hour.


$4.57m for lunch? their life are changed after dining with him!

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however, buffett holds a more open attitude toward blockchain, the underlying technology in cryptocurrencies which is increasingly being adopted by major companies in finance, logistics, and tech, including jpmorgan chase and amazon, berkshire hathaway’s partners in a health care venture.


$4.57m for lunch? their life are changed after dining with him!

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we probably are doing it indirectly through a bank,” buffett said of blockchain in may. “but no, i wouldn’t be the person to be a big leader in blockchain.


this is the fourth time a chinese bidder won the race and publicized their identity. with buffett’s popularity in china, where he is known as “god of stocks” and is printed on coke cans, winning the auction could also bring marketing value.


back in 2006, chinese businessman duan yongping won the bid and took his mentee huang zheng to lunch. now duan’s smartphone empire sells better than apple’s iphone in china. meanwhile, huang’s shopping app pinduoduo went public on the nasdaq in july 2018.


$4.57m for lunch? their life are changed after dining with him!

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but not all of buffett’s lunch guests have found unfettered success. zhu ye, chairman of beijing-based online gaming firm zeus entertainment, paid $2.35 million for the lunch opportunity in 2015 and said it was “absolutely worth it”. 


however, zhu has been investigated by the china securities regulatory commission for alleged violations of securities laws since last may.