Adam Century at The Atlantic looks at Chongqing’s red restaurant phenomenon in which...
by Anne Henochowicz | Aug 11, 2012
A real estate company in Chengdu, Sichuan Province tried to profit from Liu Xiang’s failure at the London Olympics: SmartEyeView: This is an ad for a Chengdu real estate company. That was fast. Do you think Liu Xiang should sue?...
by Sophie Beach | Aug 24, 2008
On the Newsweek blog, Jonathan Ansfield interviews the editor of the Chinese edition of Sports Illustrated about superstar hurdler Liu Xiang’s withdrawal from the Olympics and the skepticism among some that he dropped out...
by Xiao Qiang | Aug 20, 2008
In Chinese, Xiang (翔) means “flying.” It is also Liu Xiang’s given name. Since China’s “Flying Man” limped off the National Stadium track on Monday, the state’s propaganda machine has...
by Xiao Qiang | Aug 19, 2008
Shanghai-based Xiaodi Zhang, product management executive at eBay and co-founder of HopStix, a new China travel review site for sharing about food and travel, writes on cnreviews.com: Why has Liu Xiang meant so much to the...
by Claire Kells | Aug 19, 2008
Jim Yardley, of the New York Times, reports that Chinese propaganda officials have ordered only sympathetic coverage of Liu Xiang: After Liu hobbled off the track, China’s Internet was filled with comments that ranged from...
by Xiao Qiang | Aug 17, 2008
Nick Mulvenney reports in the Reuters: Liu Xiang’s dream of defending his Olympic title on home soil ended on Monday when he failed to start his first-round heat in the 110 meters hurdles. China’s world champion, the...
by Meredith Godwin | May 31, 2008
From Sports Illustrated: Chinese track and field athlete Liu Xiang was scheduled to compete in this Saturday’s Reebok Grand Prix event in New York. Liu had to drop out of the event due to a tight hamstring but appeared...
by Meredith Godwin | May 29, 2008
From the New York Times: Liu Xiang, Chinese Olympic track and field star, appears soft-spoken and playful, posing for pictures and speaking through a translator atop the Empire State Building in New York City. Liu Xiang is...
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