Japanese Teacher Sets up Online Program via Live Streamin...
It's been 18 years since Noriko Nakamura began her career as a Japanese language teacher in China. Originally from Chiba Prefecture, Nakamura had always aspired to be a teacher.
Benevolent Baker Touches Netizens’ Hearts
Born in Germany, Uwe Brutzer (Wu Zhengrong) and his wife Dorothee Brutzer (Du Xuehui) came to China 18 years ago. He opened a bakery in Changsha in 2011 to help local people with impaired hearing.
We've Been Exceptionally Lucky to Be in Changsha During C...
Jorgen Christensen, a Danish general manager at a hotel in Changsha, provincial capital of central China's Hunan, stayed and worked alongside with his colleagues amid the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak.
German Business Consultant Wants to Spend Rest of His Lif...
Hans Georg Ackermann, 72, a German who has lived in China's Hunan province for 15 years, has decided to live in Changsha for the rest of his life. "Changsha is the safest place for me," he said, after experiencing the COVID-19 outbreak in the city, the provincial capital of Central China's Hunan province.
I Feel Safe in Changsha – Muhammad Usman Janjua from Pak...
Muhammad Usman Janjua, 29, is a Pakistani who teaches at Changsha Medical University. His Chinese name is Jiang Wei. The COVID-19 outbreak has greatly inconvenienced him. He was greatly assisted by foreign expert service officials of the Hunan Department of Science and Technology and the international communication staff of his university who cared for and supported him through this difficult and trying period.
Feature: German Couple's Bakery amid Epidemic
Uwe Brutzer from Germany has lived in Changsha, Hunan’s capital city, for 18 years. He runs a Western specialty snack shop “Bach’s Bakery”. Half of its employees are deaf-mute.