Under Chinese law, large companies are required to recruit their own, independent fire departments...
by Sophie Beach | Aug 10, 2009
Following the death of a teenager in an Internet addiction clinic, Southern Metropolis Daily visited a related facility in Guangzhou. Danwei translates: When the reporter arrived outside the rear wall of the school, children on...
by Liu Yong | Jun 7, 2009
From The Sunday Times: Chinese teenagers hooked on the internet are being subjected to electro-shock therapy at a clinic that claims they will be “reborn” free of the obsession. However, its harsh methods have caused an outcry...
by Liu Yong | Aug 28, 2007
From China.org.cn: Since Internet addiction disorder (IAD) was first introduced by Dr. Goldberg as a new type of addiction in 1995, Internet addiction has been widely covered. Research has been published; diagnostic standards as...
by Kate Zhao | Aug 7, 2007
by Gao Fei | Jul 17, 2007
Following a bar on new internet cafes, a new regulation encourages underage gamers at internet cafes to stop playing and “do suitable physical exercise.” From eFluxMedia: Chinese authorities are targeting a national...
by Sophia Cao | Feb 27, 2007
by Wu Nan | Jan 10, 2007
High school students in Beijing are far more promiscuous than their teachers or parents think, according to a survey conducted in a city district. More than half
by Wu Nan | Sep 5, 2006
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