How can you understand Hong Kong without understanding its politics? The evolution of mainland China's perception of Hong Kong and recent protests.
Whether it was former President Obama saying that liberal college students should not be “coddled” or President Trump criticizing UC Berkeley’ s response to a controversial speaker, the 1st [...]
Since the launch of reform and opening under Deng Xiaoping, hundreds of millions of migrants have moved to China’s thriving urban areas in search of work. This so-called “floating population” is [...]
It was a journalist’s worst nightmare. Groundbreaking articles drawing on months-long investigations on the hidden wealth of some of the world’s most powerful leaders, which included China’s most [...]
In late 2009, the Copenhagen Climate Change Conference (COP 15) ended in disappointment after high-profile disagreements between the U.S. and China. In the years since then, both countries have [...]
This article is part 3 of a series on Chinese perspectives towards the US 2016 Presidential Election. Part One, which focuses on Chinese student opinions towards Donald Trump, can be found here. [...]