As the holidays near in and the year finally ends, we take a look at the blogs that made the month of November busy on our blog section. These blogs were based on Google Analytics data. The classics that have month after month still managed to capture the interest of our readers are still in this list. Before we start digging through the whole year’s top blogs, here is what November looked like:
Beijingle Bells: The Big, Bad List of 2014 Holiday Bazaars
The holiday season in Beijing comes alive in November as most expats leave for the winter holidays by the second week of December. The charity bazaars are a good place to start looking or even get some gifts for family, friends, and pets. There are still a few bazaars left to check out.
Save the Date: beijingkids’ 4th Annual International School Expo Jan 24-25 at Kerry Hotel
The upcoming beijingkids school fair is going to be held in January 24-25 at the Kerry Hotel. The fair has been known for bringing together the wider community with international and some local schools to help families find information about the Beijing school scene. Find out more by clicking the link above.
Chinese Universities Offering Degree Courses Taught In English
The collaboration between Chinese and English instructing universities has made it easier for students to get a hybrid style education in China while using the class structure, degree formats and grading the same as the non-China based universities but at a lower cost.
PECB Reporting: Honest and Poor or Rich and Dishonest?
The debate title “Honest and Poor or Rich and Dishonest” is one that centers on the core ethics of most professional codes of conduct. When students begin to debate this it becomes one of those engaging and enlightening to hear the pros and cons.
We Just Can’t Get Enough of These Blogs:
The Painted Skin and Other Scary Tales: A Chinese Ghost Story Primer
5 Chinese Online Shopping Sites to Rival Taobao
Coming to Toytown: Beijing’s Best Toy Shops
I Was Scratched by My Dog and Had to Get the Rabies Shot