Tash Aw, a writer born in Taipei who grew up in Kuala Lumpur before moving to England, was longlisted for the Man Booker Prize for his novel, “Five Star Billionaire,” a fictional self-help book for social climbers...
Jul 16, 2013
On his personal blog, Jonah Kessel writes about the making of his three-part video project ‘China’s Consuming Billion’, which accompanies the second installment of The New York Times’ latest series on China, ‘Leaving...
Jun 22, 2012
Alan Taylor’s In Focus, a regular photo blog on The Atlantic’s website, put China in its frame for an edition earlier this week. By compiling a collection of powerful images caught by photojournalists over the past...
Mar 6, 2008
From Los Angeles Times : Athletes coming to this summer’s Olympics will feast in a cafeteria big enough to seat 5,000 and enjoy hot showers warmed by an ultramodern solar power system and, in this officially atheist...
Mar 4, 2008
China’s youth are defying tradition with sexual promiscuity. But is education addressing this newfound freedom? And is age-old morality under seige? The New York Times reports on this new phenomenon and its...
Apr 7, 2005
From AFP via Yahoo News: BEIJING (AFP) – The percentage of men showing signs of early ageing in Shanghai, China’s most modern and one of its richest cities, has doubled over the past two decades, state media said, citing a survey. Symptoms of “male menopause,” which includes weariness, vesicular diseases and deteriorating sexual ability, trouble […]
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