Alibaba V Chinese government: Dawn of anti-counterfeiting

The Chinese consumers are backing Taobao in its war with the government.

Alibaba V Chinese government: Dawn of anti-counterfeiting Alibaba V Chinese government: Dawn of anti-counterfeiting

13-year-old Chinese girl forced mom to abort second child

In many cultures, in rare cases would a child strongly oppose the idea of having siblings. But the issue is a very real one in China – resistant to a second child among families’ first child.

13-year-old Chinese girl forced mom to abort second child 13-year-old Chinese girl forced mom to abort second child

China’s Christmas village produces 60% of the world’s Christmas ornaments

It’s red everywhere: red paint dripping on the floor, red color splashed on the wall, red dust in the air. This is China’s “Christmas village” in the southern town of Yiwu, Zhejiang province, thousands of miles away from the North Pole.

China’s Christmas village produces 60% of the world’s Christmas ornaments China’s Christmas village produces 60% of the world’s Christmas ornaments

Chinese netizens reinvented red propaganda posters

The current meme of reinventing red propaganda posters is part of this sub-culture of retro arts.

Chinese netizens reinvented red propaganda posters Chinese netizens reinvented red propaganda posters

China’s rising army of voluntary “5 mao”

“We proactively do what professional 5 maos do, but out of our own will.”

China’s rising army of voluntary “5 mao” China’s rising army of voluntary “5 mao”

In China, small potatoes corrupt big

"Nothing is impossible in China when it comes to corruption."

In China, small potatoes corrupt big In China, small potatoes corrupt big

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Alibaba V Chinese government: Dawn of anti-counterfeiting

January 28th, 2015

The Chinese consumers are backing Taobao in its war with the government.

Cartoon by People's Daily

13-year-old Chinese girl forced mom to abort second child

January 19th, 2015

In many cultures, in rare cases would a child strongly oppose the idea of having siblings. But the issue is a very real one in China – resistant to a second child among families’ first child.

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China’s Christmas village produces 60% of the world’s Christmas ornaments

December 24th, 2014

It’s red everywhere: red paints dripping on the floor, red color splashed on the wall, red dust in the air. This is China’s “Christmas village” in the southern town of Yiwu, Zhejiang province, thousands of miles away from the North Pole.

"Ladies, we are not available for dating"

Chinese netizens reinvented red propaganda posters

December 3rd, 2014

The current meme of reinventing red propaganda posters is part of this sub-culture of retro arts.

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China’s rising army of voluntary “5 mao”

November 17th, 2014

“We proactively do what professional 5 maos do, but out of our own will.”

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In China, small potatoes corrupt big

November 12th, 2014

“Nothing is impossible in China when it comes to corruption.”

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Prominent Weibo account with more than 7 million followers was sold for 50 yuan ($8)

October 30th, 2014

“Weibo’s killer feature is worth no more than a pack of cigarettes.”

Zhou at the symposium with Xi at the background

Will China’s “mass culture” make a left turn?

October 22nd, 2014

The arrests of liberal scholars in recent months plus this boost to leftist authors take away many people’s confidence in Xi being a reformist.

Protest in HK now

Once upon a time, the Communist Party of China fought for democracy

October 14th, 2014

The Communist Part of China was once itself a fighter for democracy. Talking about someone who has become what he hates? That’s exactly the case with CPC.

APTOPIX Hong Kong Democracy Protest

Who owns Hong Kong?

October 1st, 2014

Many Chinese mainlanders think about protesters in Hong Kong as a groups of unappreciative whiners who complain too much while already enjoying many privileges.