What food safety? When in China, Do as the Chinese do

"If KFC, McDonald’s, Pizza Hut, Subway, Burger King and Starbucks all have food safety issues in China, and only in China, then there must be something wrong with China.”

What food safety? When in China, Do as the Chinese do What food safety? When in China, Do as the Chinese do

Wall propaganda 2.0: The new face of Chinese villages

Slogans exhorting the one-child policy have stuck on the walls of Chinese villages for decades before gradually fading away. In its place, China’s tech companies have painted a new future for rural China,

Wall propaganda 2.0: The new face of Chinese villages Wall propaganda 2.0: The new face of Chinese villages

The “wisdom” of China’s corrupt

In China, hypocrisy always goes hand in hand with corruption.

The “wisdom” of China’s corrupt The “wisdom” of China’s corrupt

The World Cup is hurting relationships in China

“We are house-wives. We don’t want to be angry and dissatisfied World Cup-wives.”

The World Cup is hurting relationships in China The World Cup is hurting relationships in China

Why China’s anti-graft war may eventually fail

Many people believe that the current sweeping anti-graft campaign will eventually hit a dead end: “Without reforming the political system, all anti-graft campaigns are but a redistribution of power.”

Why China’s anti-graft war may eventually fail Why China’s anti-graft war may eventually fail

Microsoft’s chatbot Xiaobing, banned on Wechat, makes a viral comeback on Weibo

Posting questions to Xiaobing by @ing her on Weibo has become a viral game. Chinese netizens seem to be very much amused by the way she speaks.

Microsoft’s chatbot Xiaobing, banned on Wechat, makes a viral comeback on Weibo Microsoft’s chatbot Xiaobing, banned on Wechat, makes a viral comeback on Weibo

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What food safety? When in China, Do as the Chinese do

July 21st, 2014

“If KFC, McDonald’s, Pizza Hut, Subway, Burger King and Starbucks all have food safety issues in China, and only in China, then there must be something wrong with China.”

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Wall propaganda 2.0: The new face of Chinese villages

July 16th, 2014

Slogans exhorting the one-child policy have stuck on the walls of Chinese villages for decades before gradually fading away. In its place, China’s tech companies have painted a new future for rural China,

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The “wisdom” of China’s corrupt

July 13th, 2014

In China, hypocrisy always goes hand in hand with corruption.

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The World Cup is hurting relationships in China

July 8th, 2014

“We are house-wives. We don’t want to be angry and dissatisfied World Cup-wives.”

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Why China’s anti-graft war may eventually fail

July 2nd, 2014

Many people believe that the current sweeping anti-graft campaign will eventually hit a dead end: “Without reforming the political system, all anti-graft campaigns are but a redistribution of power.”

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Microsoft’s chatbot Xiaobing, banned on Wechat, makes a viral comeback on Weibo

June 25th, 2014

Posting questions to Xiaobing by @ing her on Weibo has become a viral game. Chinese netizens seem to be very much amused by the way she speaks.

Televised self-criticism

Chinese netizens question officials’ sincerity at self-criticism sessions

June 24th, 2014

“As an ordinary citizen, I’d rather see officials have legal education sessions to learn about the country’s laws, rather than superficial criticism and self-criticism meetings.”

Li and the Queen

Chinese netizens on PM Li Keqiang’s visit to Britain: “History repeats itself.”

June 19th, 2014

Many Chinese netizens called the visit “the work of the wheel of life”, with China, the once “humiliated” Middle Kingdom, and Britain, the once “sun never sets” empire, swapped their positions.

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Shandong University students’ movie-inspired graduation photos are funny and gay

June 19th, 2014

Posing after movie and TV show posters, students from Shandong University (SDU) put on a show for a wider audience.

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Chinese netizens call Beijing’s recent crackdown on Google “a digital seal-off”

June 18th, 2014

Chinese netizens equal Beijing’s recent crackdown on Google with a digital seal-off policy, saying that the country is moving backwards.