The following essay was posted on Weibo by a student from Inner Mongolia, under user name “South Moon” (南的月亮), about her experiences living with and befriending her Uyghur and Tibetan classmates. The Weibo post has since been deleted: I don’t know what tomorrow will bring, so I’d like...
by Samuel Wade | Aug 29, 2016
Economic growth and poverty reduction are two of the Chinese Communist Party’s core goals...
by Natalie Ornell | Jan 8, 2014
Former Fulbright scholar Colette Fu has been constructing pop-up books for the past decade. She...
by Sophie Beach | Oct 24, 2010
The Los Angeles Times visits the famous mummies from Xinjiang, now housed in the Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region Museum in Uruqi: The most famous of them, the Beauty of Loulan, was unearthed in 1980 by Chinese archaeologists...
by Sophie Beach | Sep 13, 2010
Following is the latest installment in a series of posts by journalist Rachel Beitarie*, who will be sharing with us dispatches from her journey across rural China. In this post, Rachel visits with a Yao minority “tourist...
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- FT – Beijing orders Chinese media to censor coverage of Alibaba probe
- China Heritage – China’s Virus of Lies in 2020
- VOA Chinese – Year 2020 in Review: Xi Jinping steps up crackdown on independent journalists with unprecedented intensity
- Rest of World – Waving goodbye to Weibo