Disney’s new live action retelling of Mulan has had a rough start at the box office, due not just to COVID and mediocre reviews, but to a series of political and human rights concerns with its production and storyline....
by Natalie Ornell | May 20, 2014
The South China Morning Post reports that Zhao Wujun, son of the former CCP General Secretary Zhao...
by Michael Zhao | Dec 6, 2006
From China.org: Hongji Landbridge Investment Development Inc., a construction firm in north China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, was slapped with a 500,000 yuan (US$63,776)
by Mo Ming | Nov 29, 2006
From The Christian Science Monitor For the first time Friday, it will be a crime to damage China’s ancient Great Wall. For a national symbol so intimately linked to China’s
by Sophie Beach | Apr 14, 2005
From the Japan Times: As the Chinese economy continues to power ahead, everyone in the country is pleased with the visible improvement in standards of living, but very few people are