Wendy Qian

Wendy Qian is currently an undergraduate student at Claremont McKenna College, CA. She majors in Government and Religious Studies. Her interests in China range from societal values to economics.

Businessman Hailed for Buying Imaginary Bank

Lin Chunping, a businessman from Zhejiang, Wenzhou became a hot topic in January when state media reported that he had taken over Delaware-based Atlantic Bank without checking its sources. AP reporter Didi Tang reports, in the...

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Chinese Soccer Coaches and Players Jailed

These days, many Chinese people wake up in the middle of the night to watch the live UEFA European Football Championship matches. Yet despite a national soccer (football) fever, Chinese professional soccer still falters....

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One-child Policy Leads to Forced Abortions

Graphic photos from Shaanxi province of grieving mother Feng Jianmei and her almost full-term aborted fetus went viral last week and reignited a discussion on abortion among Chinese netizens. Some commenters called the incident,...

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LA Times on Hollywood and Censorship

At The Los Angeles Times, Steven Zeitchik and Jonathan Landreth explore the American film industry’s expanding relationship with the Chinese audience and government. On one hand, this has boosted the frequency and favourability...

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