The following censorship instructions, issued to the media by government authorities, have been...
by Samuel Wade | Aug 29, 2016
Economic growth and poverty reduction are two of the Chinese Communist Party’s core goals...
by Samuel Wade | May 20, 2014
As China faces a surge in dementia cases with weakened social support systems and only 300...
by Samuel Wade | Feb 26, 2013
Three Tibetan self-immolations have taken place in recent days, according to exile media, amid vigorous discussion of the protests and a continued crackdown by Chinese authorities. From Dharamsala-based Phayul.com: Tsezung Kyab,...
by Samuel Wade | Feb 8, 2013
As the government and state media push a ‘Clean Plate Campaign’ and high-end restaurants suffer through a drought of official banquet reservations, Adam Minter examines cultural attitudes behind food waste in China....
by Samuel Wade | Nov 26, 2012
On November 15th, five brothers and cousins aged between nine and thirteen died of carbon monoxide poisoning in a Guizhou dumpster, where they had lit a fire to keep warm. Their deaths prompted a frenzy of soul searching in both...
by Sophie Beach | Sep 25, 2012
With rapid and profound economic and social changes underway in China, many aspects of day-to-day life are being transformed. Several artists have recently made efforts to document the current way of life for Chinese families as...
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