The Unlikely Success of Harold Fry’s Pilgrimage...

The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry, by Rachel Joyce, was first published in 2012 to widespread acclaim. The book has since attracted a large audience both in mainland China and...

21 Arrested Over Deadly Land Clash in Yunnan

After a deadly clash that arose out of a months running land dispute in Jinning, Yunnan Province earlier this month—in which 9 died, several of whom were reportedly construction ...

HK Lawmaker Pays Price for Breaking Ranks With Beijing...

On Tuesday, the New York Times’ Michael Forsythe reported that Hong Kong lawmaker and founding head of the HK Liberal Party James Tien Pei-chun was looking at expulsion from...

Snack of the Week: Cutlassfish Bun

Word of the Week comes from the Grass-Mud Horse Lexicon, a glossary of terms created by Chinese netizens and encountered in online political discussions. These are the words of China’s...

Zhou Xiaoping’s Claims Draw Fans and Critics

For AP, Didi Tang profiles Zhou Xiaoping, the blogger lauded by President Xi Jinping who has been mocked online because of his propensity for creating facts out of thin air: China’s...

Yanhuang Chunqiu Fights for Editorial Independence

The son of former party general secretary Hu Yaobang has taken over as publisher of liberal magazine Yanhuang Chunqiu, which has faced a number of challenges from authorities over...