China Family Panel Studies (CFPS) aims to reflect changes in China's social, economic, demographic, educational, and healthalities by tracking individual, family, and community data, providing academic research and public policy analysis...[more]

The China Health and Retirement Longitudinal Study (CHARLS) aims to collect a set of high-quality microdata representing families and individuals aged 45 and over in China to analyze the ageing of China's population and promote ageing. Interdisciplinary research on the issue of chemistry....[more]

Introduction: As a representative of the government in the cyberspace, the government's new media plays a key role in network governance. The online government, represented by the government's new med…[more]