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Jiayun Feng

Jiayun is a Chinese native and was born in Shanghai, where she spent her first 20 years and earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism at Fudan University. Interested in writing for a global audience, she attended the NYU Graduate School of Journalism for its Global & Joint Program Studies, which allows her to pursue a journalistic career along with her interest in international relations. She has previously interned for Sixth Tone and Shanghai Daily.

Stranded at Tehran airport, Chinese passengers break out into chants of ‘China!’

Chants of “China!” erupted at an Iranian airport on January 29 as hundreds of Chinese passengers were stranded at…

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Goodbye to Jifeng: patrons gather one last time at iconic Shanghai bookstore

The last branch of Jifeng Bookstore (季风书园 jìfēng shū yuán), an iconic independent bookstore chain in Shanghai that’s been…

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Why did a Chinese live trivia game get suspended? A: Jiang Zemin

Avid players of Brain King 头脑王者, a live trivia game similar to HQ Trivia that runs on the Wechat…

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China is promoting marriage by giving newlyweds cash

Marriage in China, as you may have heard, is about more than just love. It’s a…

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‘No respect for history’: People’s Daily lambastes parodies of patriotic song ‘Yellow River Cantata’

Chinese state media People’s Daily published an op-ed on Monday condemning parodies of Yellow River Cantata (黄河大合唱…

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Shanghai Disneyland’s VIP service enrages regular visitors

A social media storm hit Shanghai Disneyland on January 29 following a Legal Daily article (in Chinese) about the…

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Altercation between stranded Chinese tourists and Japanese police at Tokyo airport

On January 25, video of a physical confrontation between Japanese police officers and frustrated Chinese travelers at a Tokyo…

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‘I am a woman worker at Foxconn, and I demand a system that opposes sexual harassment’: A translated essay

A woman wears in anti-groping backpack on Foxconn’s campus; image via Jianjiaobuluo On January 23, the women’s labor…

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Hong Kong university groups rally behind students suspended for protesting Mandarin test

Andrew Chan Lok-hang 陈乐行 (left) and Lau Tsz-kei 刘子颀, Hong Kong Baptist University students Two students at Hong Kong…

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Why Chinese youth are obsessing over a traveling frog in the mobile game Tabi Kaeru

The No. 1 most downloaded free game from Apple’s App Store in China is a Japanese-produced simulation, in Japanese…

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Public incensed by story of 11-year-old impregnated by rapist in rural China

An 11-year-old girl in…

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Sick pandas on Chengdu research base provoke outrage

The Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding is in hot…

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‘Spider-Man,’ ‘surgery,’ ‘injection’ among blocked search terms as China cracks down on Elsagate

Several months ago, the American public was made aware of a category of video on YouTube featuring disturbing, creepy…

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Chinese university instructors sign anti-sexual harassment manifesto (full translation)

More than 50 instructors from over 30 Chinese colleges have signed an anti-sexual harassment manifesto drafted by Xu Kaibin…

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Creative and humorous ways to pose with statues in China

Posing with statues is kind of a thing (just Google it), and Chinese kids are officially getting in on…

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