With Sino-U.S. relations strained amid a rapidly escalating trade war, and months after the U.S....
by Samuel Wade | Mar 28, 2017
At South China Morning Post, Eva Li reports that authorities in Chongqing have released details of...
by Sophie Beach | Mar 7, 2017
A report by Taiwan’s Ministry of Education has revealed that at least 80 universities have...
by Sophie Beach | Jun 4, 2015
On the 26th anniversary of the military crackdown on protesters in Beijing and elsewhere in China,...
by Sophie Beach | May 26, 2015
The following censorship instructions, issued to the media by government authorities, have been...
by Sophie Beach | Jul 12, 2013
A Chinese teenager has died from wounds sustained in the crash of Asian Airlines flight at San Francisco International Airport last Saturday. She is the third fatality from the flight; all three of those killed were students...
by Scott Greene | Jul 10, 2013
The South China Morning Post reports that the family of the Chinese student killed in the Boston Marathon bombing will receive US$2.2 million as part of the approximately US$64 million in compensation distributed by a fund...
by Samuel Wade | Jul 4, 2013
Amid bleak job prospects for many of China’s fresh college graduates, The Economist reports that even an education abroad is no longer the golden ticket it once was: […] Several studies show that sea turtles on average...
by Sophie Beach | Apr 27, 2013
The April 15 bombing at the Boston Marathon hit the community of Chinese living in the U.S. especially hard. Of the three fatalities, one was Boston University graduate student Lü Lingzi from Shenyang. It has now been revealed...
by Josh Rudolph | Apr 18, 2013
More information has emerged regarding the Chinese national and Boston University graduate student who was killed in the Boston Marathon bombing on Monday and mourned widely by her compatriots on weibo. For the New Yorker,...
by Sophie Beach | Apr 16, 2013
The third fatality from the bombing at the Boston Marathon has been identified as a Chinese graduate student at Boston University. According to reports, the victim was a graduate of Beijing Institute of Technology and a native...
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