In a new report released this week, New York-based Human Rights Watch called on the Chinese...
by Josh Rudolph | Mar 14, 2014
At the New Republic, Christopher Beam describes his experience using Baidu’s autocomplete...
by Josh Rudolph | Jul 26, 2013
While China’s recently graduated—including many of those who enjoyed their higher education abroad—are facing bleak prospects on the job market, the South China Morning Post’s Amy Li looks at an additional layer of...
by Scott Greene | Jun 19, 2012
Following a similar motion passed by the Senate last year, the U.S. House of Representatives has issued an apology for discriminatory laws which targeted Chinese immigrants in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. From The Los...
by Liu Yong | Dec 29, 2009
From Xinhua: China is set to issue regulations to remove hepatitis B check from physical examination for school entrance and work, according to the Ministry of Health. Mao Qunan, a spokesman with the ministry, said here Tuesday...
by Liu Yong | Oct 11, 2009
From AFP: China will stop mandatory hepatitis B tests for employees joining new companies and students enrolling in schools, state media said Sunday, after a court ruled the tests were illegal discrimination. Deng Haihua, deputy...
by Jenny Leung | Oct 17, 2008
Allen Yu from Fool’s Mountain: Blogging for China comments on a recent Times article about the U.S. presidential candidate, Barack Obama, and racism in Asia, and debates whether it is racism or political correctness: It’s...
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