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From Bottom to Big Time: Cristiano Ronaldo | 高富帅本帅C罗养成记

On March 13, a man swept across all headlines in newpapers and social media around the world. That man is the 34-year-old Cristiano Ronaldo. Even if you are not a

Content Manager Role: A Great Opportunity for Ambitious Editors

HERE! Dongguan is the city’s only English media and marketing company, tying together a monthly publication, social media platforms and dynamic events all over the city. Do you have what

We Chat and Eat: BBQ at Amigos

WeChat is the top social media platform in China. Even expats are getting so used to it that they couldn’t imagine life without it. Paulo Alves, an active event-goer, started

High Spirits For St. Patty’s @Murray’s

St. Patrick’s Day has already come and gone…so where were you on March 16? We were at Murray’s, celebrating the life of Ireland’s most famous saint, by drinking up as

Happy 8th Anniversary, Jim’s Roadhouse

Jim’s Roadhouse in Chang’an had their 8th year anniversary on March 16, and they celebrated in style! 

It’s for Your Own Good

On September 29, 2011, teacher Simonova Anastassiya Alexandrovna died of cardiac arrest while at work. Fernando describes what ensued after her passing and the valuable lessons he learned from this

Bowling Back in Dongguan

Chic Fun Bowl, named as a homophone of Qifeng mountain, recently opened on the second floor of Dongcheng Market. At the moment, it’s the only bowling club in Dongguan’s city

St. Patrick’s Day, From Ireland to Dongguan

Lá fhéile pádraig or, St. Patrick’s day, is a festival filled with fun customs, hearty foods and famous myths. Grab a pint of Guinness and get on board with all

Why Not Mix Business with Pleasure?

Matt Marshall has brought heart and soul into Dongcheng’s only Irish pub, through music, food and a sense of homeliness. Murray’s represents a fortress for friendships, fun-fueled evenings and hearty

The Social Credit System in China

What do you know about China’s social credit system? Scarily similar to an episode from Netflix series “Black Mirror,” this system owns personal data on all of China’s native inhabitants.