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by Samuel Wade | Apr 23, 2015
In the wake of a broad and sustained campaign against Western influence in education and beyond,...
by Samuel Wade | Jul 3, 2014
From The Guardian’s Tania Branigan: At 85, Liang is a rare survivor of a custom stretching...
by Josh Rudolph | May 23, 2013
Biographer Jung Chang, author of the widely-translated and critically-acclaimed 1991 family history Wild Swans: Three Daughters of China, will be publishing her latest work in October of this year. The upcoming biography tells...
by Samuel Wade | Oct 26, 2011
At Jottings from the Granite Studio, historian Jeremiah Jenne describes “The Tientsin Massacre” of 1870, a counterpart of sorts to Los Angeles’ “Chinese Massacre” the following year. The episode was...
by Samuel Wade | Oct 19, 2011
NPR’s Louisa Lim talks to Zhou Youguang about the changes he has witnessed and those he still hopes to see. Born in 1906, Zhou became friends with Einstein while living in the US, and “father of pinyin” after...
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...
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