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‘The Enchanting Shadow’: A classic ghostly romance

We continue the countdown to Halloween with our series on Chinese horror. This week: The Enchanting Shadow, the first Hong Kong movie…

China says two detained Americans have been released on bail

Jacob Harlan, left, and Alyssa Petersen, right Two Americans, Jacob Harlan and Alyssa Petersen, were reportedly detained near Shanghai three weeks ago, Voice…

Sinica Podcast: Beijing’s long march to technological self-reliance

This week’s Sinica Podcast is now live. Samm Sacks, a Cybersecurity Policy and China Digital Economy Fellow at New America, speaks with…

Beijing seethes as House approves Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act

The Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act, which would put the city’s special trading relationship with the United States under annual…

Primary school teacher arrested for forcing students to eat garbage

A primary boarding school teacher in Henan Province has been arrested for physically abusing four students by forcing them to eat trash, including…

Chinese commentary: ‘The NBA incident has the entire nation acting crazy’

In China this past week, discussions about the NBA have run rampant. At first, the…

After NBA affair, Silicon Valley turns against China

The NBA kerfuffle seems to have been a turning point in Corporate America, at least in the tech sector. Shelly Banjo, Hong…

Head of Central South University TV station under investigation for alleged sexual assault

A faculty member at Central South University (CSU) in Hunan Province, who is in charge of the school’s campus television station,

First court ruling in China against sexual harassment on public transportation

Shanghai has stepped up its initiative to combat sexual harassment on the city’s public transit system, sentencing one man to six months in…

A modern myth — and a story of modern China

The “hidden character stone” in Guizhou — a prehistoric tribute to the Chinese Communist Party, so the story goes — transformed…

Growing China worries in Australia as Penny Wong slams PM

As America tries to figure out a new normal for relations with China, the debate in Australia continues to grow louder, too. The Australian…

Tencent resumes NBA streaming as gaming companies censor their staff and players

Pictured: Mei, a character from the Blizzard game Overwatch, as depicted by the artist Yuumei, via Pro Guides.

‘We’ll grind you up and crush your bones’: Tough talk from China’s leader

A tweet from Chinese nationalist rag Global Times:

The revolutionary movements that toppled the Qing

This week’s Kuora comes from one of Kaiser’s answers originally posted to Quora on May 17, 2019: Why was the Qing…

A tentative, partial, ‘phase one’ trade truce [UPDATE]

The infographic above, tweeted by scholar Ankit Panda, accurately describes some of the events…