For centuries, macaque monkeys have been a ubiquitous entertainment fixture in Chinese cities,...
by Josh Rudolph | Feb 19, 2015
McClatchy’s Stuart Leavenworth reports from Weifang, Shandong, China’s kite capitol,...
by Josh Rudolph | Oct 10, 2013
After being banned during the Cultural Revolution, cricket fighting (斗蟋蟀), a traditional Chinese...
by Mengyu Dong | Apr 11, 2013
While the Communist Party has long-excluded religion from its vision for China, some Chinese officials and common people still hold on to rather feudal beliefs. The well-known author, Yu Hua, tells stories on the New York Times:...
by Mengyu Dong | Oct 21, 2012
Starting from the reinvention of Dashilar, a historical neighborhood in Beijing, innovative architects are racking their brains to balance city development and cultural preservation. From Clarissa Sebag-Montefiore at The Los...
by Sophie Beach | Nov 10, 2011
For Bloomberg, Adam Minter writes about the complex social and political implications of recent images that have been passed around online of people kneeling in China, including several instances of student kneeling before their...
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