In contrast with the popular “strike harder” tone of Xi Jinping’s campaign...
by Samuel Wade | Jul 7, 2011
Author Ma Jian tells The Wall Street Journal which five writers he’d most like to meet: Franz Kafka “To me, Kafka is the most alive of dead writers, no doubt because of his acute understanding of the modern...
by Samuel Wade | Jul 5, 2011
Five Books talks to Fuchsia Dunlop about her recommended reading on Chinese food: Is there a clear continuum in Chinese cooking from ancient traditions to contemporary styles, or do you have the same sort of thing as in Europe...
by Sophie Beach | May 11, 2010
A group of fisherman diving off the Chinese coast near the Nan’ao island chain discovered a shipwreck and blue-and-white porcelain plates. The Telegraph blog reports: When the fisherman took the researchers to the site,...
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