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This video is part of a series on youth employment in China. It shows how the internship and apprenticeship programme helps young people address the catch 22 of finding a job and gaining work experience. It highlights the productivity gains of work experience measures for young people and for enterprises. For more information on the ILO's commitment to promote decent work for youth, visit http://www.ilo.org/global/topics/youth-employment/lang--en/index.htm
24 year old Zhang Miao, who has just completed her bachelor degree in Comparative Literature, arrived in Kenya early this week for a one year stint as a Chinese language teacher. It will not be the first time that the Chinese tutor will be interacting with Kenyans. And those young volunteers play a vital role in all societies as they help to bridge different cultures of two friendly states hence cementing the friendships. Zhang's arrival in Kenya with other 2 boys come a few days before China commemorates Teacher's day on Sept. 10, and will work together with other 3 teenagers who have worked in Kenya for one year.
Please note that the spelling of the contributing photographer, Fernando Moleres, is misspelled in the credits. To see more of his work please visit: http://www.worldpressphoto.org/people/fernando-moleres An estimated 24 million people are addicted to the Internet in China. Can they be cured in bootcamp-style rehab clinics? Seeker Stories finds arresting and unexpected stories in a diverse and changing world. Through short docs, beautiful photographs, and on-the-ground reporting, we try to connect you to places and events that might otherwise feel distant. We’re drawn to stories that surprise, challenge, and inspire us. In short, we want to create a more empathetic world. Watch Seeker's content days before anyone else, click here for a free 30 day subscription to Vessel: http://skr.cm/s...
A project bringing together several organizations from the EU, China and South-East Asia to empower volunteers, promote active participation and stress the importance of voluntary work in fighting unemployment. This video is about the Training for Trainers in Hohhot, China and the Moving Training in Vietnam and Cambodia.
This video is part of a series on youth employment in China. It shows the experience of a “village official” in China; whereby a young graduate has shared his experience and helped develop a successful steamed bun business in a rural area, helping boost the local economy. For more information on the ILO's commitment to promote decent work for youth, visit http://www.ilo.org/global/topics/youth-employment/lang--en/index.htm
China has over 40 million registered youth volunteers providing over 700 million hours of volunteer work each year, the Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Youth League (CCYL) said on Saturday, an occasion that marks the 30th International Volunteer Day. Up to now, all the provinces and municipalities, cities, 2,763 counties and over 2,000 colleges and universities have established youth volunteer associations, with 130,000 volunteer service centers. The CCYL is now trying to build a youth credit system to encourage people to be involved in volunteer work, and to provide certain preferential treatment and convenience for those activists. More on: http://news.cctvplus.tv/NewJsp/news.jsp?fileId=330142 Subscribe us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmv5DbNpxH8X2eQxJBqEjK...
'The Hostel' is a documentary exploring the space of a Chinese youth hostel, described by one guest as "a well of lost souls" in which inhabitants are on the well-trodden path of searching for existential meaning in their lives. Here, guests from all over the world brush shoulder-to-shoulder, irrespective of culture, class or race. Brief friendships, lost loves, and chance encounters imbue the hostel space with its own transient, collective identity; a revolving door of intersecting lives, interwoven stories and an abundance of anecdotes to be remembered and forgotten. This film is an attempt at preserving some of the events that took place within its four walls. Directed, Filmed & Edited by Ryan Harding http://www.ryan-harding.com | https://www.instagram.com/ryanharding89/
More and more people from the far southern and western parts of Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region are now on the move seeking jobs. Over 28 hundred people from Xinjiang have settled in the south of the country for better jobs and a better chance of life. For many young Uyghurs, labor export programs have provided not only work opportunities, but also a chance to change their lives. Subscribe us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/CCTVNEWSbeijing Download for IOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 Download for Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imib.cctv Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cctvnewschina Twitter: https://twitter.com/CCTVNEWS Google+: https://plus.google.com/+CCTVNEWSbeijing Tumblr: http://cct...
N.B. Shots contain flashes from still cameras 1. Wide tattoo artist working on a client's back at 2007 China Tattoo Convention in Beijing 2. Close-up tattoo artist, pan to design and needle 3. Various tattoo artist at work 4. Wide interior shot of convention 5. Set up shot Xiao Long 6. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) Xiao Long, China Tattoo Convention 2007 Organiser: "The purpose of this event is to increase the level of tattoo art in China. We need to maintain it's development in a healthy way. We want to help people understand what a proper tattoo is - healthy and clean. What's more, we try to change people's perception of tattoos. Tattooing is a form of art it is not just a negative element in society." 7. Various female tattoo artist working on a client 8. Close-up samples of tattoos,...
A glimpse into the life of professional basketball player turned head youth basketball coach Lasha Parghalava on his journey with YBDL in Shanghai, China
Read the Transcript: http://to.pbs.org/mOyvhQ Growing dissent among young people and labor union members has sparked rare protests in China. Independent Television News' John Sparks reports from the southeastern city of Xintang, which saw four days of protests in recent weeks.
Clinics offering psychological care opened in the United States in 1900, and the United Kingdom opened its first clinics focusing on children in the 1970s. Although many Chinese schools offer psychological counseling today, research in the country is still lagging behind Europe and the U.S. Song uses a variety of methods such as sand table tests and experiential learning to discover what troubles the children and helps to rebuild their personal character. But the problem is: What if these methods don’t work? Subscribe us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/CCTVNEWSbeijing Download for IOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 Download for Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imib.cctv Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.face...
This video is part of a series on youth employment in China. It depicts the challenge of graduate unemployment and what measures the Government has put in place to address it through the promotion of entrepreneurship. It also offers advice for young graduates. For more information on the ILO's commitment to promote decent work for youth, visit http://www.ilo.org/global/topics/youth-employment/lang--en/index.htm
Hello! Subscribe to my YouTube channel. Following the Beijing Olympics the press highlighted many of the questionable tactics the Chinese employed to train their youth athletes. Some say it is what hard work and dedication looks like while others say it is torture/abuse. I am not an expert on youth athletic training programs employed around the world and I suspect the level of training needed to get to Olympic Gold status is rigorous no matter the country. Many say it is unfair to only look at China, that all of the top performing countries employ similar tactics in their youth development programs, which may very well be true. I am simply presenting material I have come across. I put pictures into a slideshow so it won't take up all kinds of room and I have also posted a video. There are...
The National Youth Council (NYC) organized the ASEAN+3 (China, Japan & Korea) Seminar on Urban Youth Work, bringing together youth workers from the ASEAN member countries, China, Japan and the Republic of Korea. iGROW presented on Well Being Model in working with Youth based on Principles of Positive Youth Development and Positive Psychology, specifically Positive Emotions,
For 3 Billion People Cooking Can Be Deadly https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MwShS3JYvOE Subscribe! http://bitly.com/1iLOHml China is facing a growing problem among its youth: internet addiction. So just how is China handling its internet-obsessed youth? Learn More: CBS: Internet addiction changes brain similar to cocaine: Study http://www.cbsnews.com/news/internet-addiction-changes-brain-similar-to-cocaine-study/ Bloomberg:A 19-Year-Old Dies After Abuse in Chinese ‘Internet Rehab’ http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2014-06-23/a-19-year-old-dies-after-abuse-in-chinese-internet-rehab BBC: Web addicts' withdrawal symptoms similar to drug users http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-wales-22966536 Subscribe to Seeker Daily! http://bit.ly/1GSoQoY _________________________ Seeker Daily is committed...
This video is part of a series on youth employment in China. It presents the programme of “Village officials” which invites young graduates from across the country to live temporarily in a village, sharing their knowledge and experience; and encouraging business development - such as a successful online venture for agricultural products. For more information on the ILO's commitment to promote decent work for youth, visit http://www.ilo.org/global/topics/youth-employment/lang--en/index.htm
Korea, Japan and China have rather complicated relationships with one another, affected by centuries of historical conflicts and disputes. But student representatives from the three countries are trying to look beyond the differences Our Park Ji-won reports. These teenagers from three different countries, Korea, China and Japan, are laughing as they play games together. They may not understand one another because of the language barrier, but that isn't stopping them from enjoying themselves. "History shows us numerous conflicts between our countries, but actually meeting these people gave me fresh ideas about friendship." "Neither English nor Japanese work here, but it's great that we can have so much fun beyond the language barrier." "The events are fun and the people here are very...
China's relationship with Africa is not a new one. For decades many Chinese have been travelling to the continent, to establish new businesses and make new contacts. While inter-governmental relationships have largely shaped these dealings. But today's world is one dominated by the youth. And the emergence of Chinese youth in Africa is gradually shaking off that steep perception of their older generations that they once took for granted. Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ow.ly/Zvqj30aIsgY Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cgtnafrica/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cgtnafrica
http://www.hookgrip.com 2016 Asian Juniors Training Hall. Tokyo, Japan at Ota Gymnasium. This took place on November 9th. Featuring He Si (16 years old, -48kg), Huang Xuemei (16 y.o, -53kg), Jiang Yuqing (17 y.o, -58kg), Huang Ting (17 y.o, -63kg), Peng Lina (17 y.o, +75kg), Peng Xin (17 y.o, -56kg), Xiao Qiming (17 y.o, -62kg), Qin Lvyu (17y.o, -69kg), Zhang Chaobin (17 y.o, -77kg), and Song Haihua (16 y.o, -85kg). Store Instagram: http://instagram.com/hookgripstore/ Main Instagram: http://instagram.com/hookgrip/ Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/hookgripdotcom Twitter: http://twitter.com/hookgrip
Eric Fish speaks about China's millennial generation at the Paulson Institute's Contemporary China Speakers Series on February 17, 2016. After the political turmoil of 1989, China’s Communist Party struck a tacit bargain with the youth demographic that had sparked the Tiananmen Movement: We’ll give you more personal freedom and let you get rich, so long as you stay out of politics. For the following two decades, torrid economic growth and a nationalistic education has helped that bargain hold. But in his recent book, China’s Millennials: The Want Generation, Eric Fish portrays how a new generation of individualistic and increasingly ambitious youth born during the boom years is now colliding with a slowing economy and a host of unprecedented social and economic challenges. Under these cir...
Ping Pong Productions, founded by NCUSCR Public Intellectuals Program fellow Alison M. Friedman, arranged for Ayad Akhtar's Pulitzer-winning drama, “Disgraced,” to tour China in April, stimulating discussions about post-9/11 race and religion in America among Chinese students. The production reached more than 10,000 students in five cities and 14 universities, academic institutions and cultural centers through performances, workshops and discussions. Ms. Friedman, director Timothy Douglas and actors Fajer Al-Kaisi and Rachel Leslie shared their experiences performing in China and talking with Chinese youth for the first time. Ms. Friedman discussed how this tour and other people-to-people exchanges in the arts address crucial issues in China and the United States, at a National Committee ...
Flashy, materialistic, with more money than they can spend - these are the privileged children of China's top one percent. From crashing sports cars to setting bank notes alight, their antics are notorious. As they splurge on multimillion-dollar properties, luxury yachts and endless shopping sprees, in cities such as Vancouver, Canada, one group of girls is playing out their exploits on a reality TV show. 101 East is invited into the girls' inner circle and finds out what goes on in a world where money is no object. Follow 101 East here: Facebook: http://facebook.com/101east Twitter: http://twitter.com/aj101east Instagram: http://instagram.com/aj101east Homepage: http://aljazeera.com/programmes/101east
The Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps (Chinese: 新疆生产建设兵团; pinyin: Xīnjiāng Shēngchǎn Jiànshè Bīngtuán), known as XPCC or Bingtuan (兵团; Bīngtuán) for short, is a unique economic and paramilitary organization in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region of China. The XPCC has administrative authority over several medium-sized cities as well as settlements and farms in Xinjiang. It has its own administrative structure, fulfilling governmental functions such as healthcare and education for areas under its jurisdiction. The XPCC was founded by Wang Zhen in 1954 under the orders of Mao Zedong. The stated goals of the XPCC are to develop frontier regions, promote economic development, ensure social stability and ethnic harmony, and consolidate border defense. In its 50-year history, the XPC...
Please join the Freeman Chair in China Studies for a discussion of poverty alleviation in China. At the December 2017 Central Economic Work Conference, Chinese policymakers decided that China would focus on fighting three tough battles to achieve high quality development in the next three years, among them reducing rural and urban poverty. This event features experts who will discuss the political, economic, and social aspects of addressing poverty. Georgetown University Professor Kristen Looney, Lead Economist for the World Bank's Development Research Group John Giles, and Director of the Grassroots Initiative at Johns Hopkins SAIS Anne Thurston will discuss China's trends in poverty and economic development, policy implementation for poverty alleviation, the demographic challenges to Chi...
Here's some highlights: 1. How Stuart found his niche helping Chinese youth find jobs in America and why he's passionate about it. 2. How Stuart identified the problems, pains, fears and desires of this niche and was able to step in as a provider of a solution. 3. How Stuart priced his services initially and structured his offer in terms of service delivery and support. 4. How Stuart got his first three clients from doing JV's with insiders who resided in his ideal clients inner world. Stuarts #1 piece of advice for other members: Pick something that you're truly passionate and curious about because that will make sure you wake up each day and do the work, regardless of challenges and lack of initial results. Doing something you love will keep you going through the good and the bad an...
With over one million 16-24 year olds currently unemployed in the UK, joblessness among the young is a pressing problem. Nevertheless, unemployment among the young has been here before. In the past people often moved to find work; today a record number of young people remain at home living with their parents. Under New Labour, the job market expanded with close to a million new jobs created; yet the vast majority of vacancies were filled by young foreign workers. Does youth unemployment leave a scar on young people's prospects? Do young British people need to have more 'get-up-and-go' ?
From humble beginnings as the youngest of 12 children in rural China to the chairman, founder, and president of Dataway Horizon, the leading public policy polling firm in China, Dr. Victor Yuan is a true Chinese success story. Dr. Yuan boasts over 20 years of experience in policy analysis, has authored more than 40 books, and counts 7 million followers on Weibo, one of China’s leading social media platforms. His use of socially-oriented polling and data application has significantly influenced policy analysis and his personal passion of supporting youth development through philanthropic and angel investment work has encouraged the next generation of Chinese entrepreneurs. How did Dr. Yuan successfully complete this rags-to-riches tale? What is the current state of social mobility in Chin...
Youth Transition to Work Employment is one of the top national agenda across the world. More specifically, youth employment is more challenging as the current economic downturn has hit youth hard. According to ILO's global employment trends released in 2010, almost 40% (83 millions) of the unemployed people in the world are youth aged 15-24. Many youth leave school without developing the skills they need to succeed in the workplace or in postsecondary education. They are the future to build the foundations of the societies as strong members of civil society. To this end, the concept of 'youth transition to work' is extremely crucial in linking young people to livelihood and employment. In this session, discussions will be on how to set up the mechanism of close connection between school...
Video Source: UNFCCC About the Video: A press conference with US and Chinese Youth at the UN Climate Change negotiations in Durban, South Africa in December, 2011. Speakers include: Louise Yeung, SustainUS; Guan Guan & Yuan Cao, China Youth Delegation; and Joseph Manning, Sierra Student Coalition. They discuss the work that US and Chinese youth are doing at the climate negotiations to build bilateral relationships between their countries.
What does an education get you? In ancient times in China, education was the only way out of poverty -- in recent times it has been the best way. China's economic boom and talk of the merits of hard work have created an expectation that to study is to escape poverty. But these days China's higher education system only leads to jobs for a few, educating a new generation to unemployment and despair. Director Weijun Chen Producer Don Edkins Produced by Steps International
China's one-child policy led to millions of female infanticides—except in a lush valley known as the “Land Where Women Rule.” Located in the foothills of the Himalayas, Lugu Lake is home to China’s Mosuo matriarchy. The region's 40,000 denizens have come up with a unique own family structure that puts women in charge. The Mosuo's “walking marriages”—in which women can have as many boyfriends as they want throughout their lifetime—replace traditional monogamy and inheritance passes from mother to daughter. But are the women really in control—and how are men fairing under their rule? Broadly correspondent Milène Larsson spends a week in Lugu Lake with three generations of Mosuo women to find out what life is like in one of the world’s last matriarchies. WATCH NEXT: Savages on How There's ...
China's President Xi Jinping has been incorporated into the communist party's constitution, during the 19th party congress. This puts him at a far higher level than China's previous two leaders, on a par with Mao and Deng Xiaoping, explains Prof. Jeff Wasserstrom of UC Irvine Visit http://therealnews.com for more stories and help support our work by donating at http://therealnews.com/donate.
Study abroad programs have been popular for decades in Western universities, and even in some high schools where students spend a semester living and studying in a foreign country. In China's rigid educational system, though, where rote memory and testing are the norm, the idea that a student would interrupt their academic program for some kind of international experience was unheard of until recently. However, now a growing number of well-to-do Chinese families are opting to send their children to universities in the United States where the competition for admission at prestigious universities is fierce. So to help give their children an edge they turn to any of the thousands of admissions consulting firms in China that aim to help students get in to a top school. One such firm, B...