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Jiayun Feng

Jiayun 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 allowed her to pursue a journalism career along with her interest in international relations. She has previously interned for Sixth Tone and Shanghai Daily.

Seven students dead, 12 injured in stabbing attack in Shaanxi Province

Seven middle school students were reportedly stabbed to death and 12…

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Yue Xin back at school, surveillance cameras up on Peking University campus

The scandal at Peking University (PKU), in which the prestigious school attempted to silence student Yue Xin 岳昕, who…

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#MeToo at Shanghai Jiaotong University: Deputy dean steps down

Xie Yungeng 谢耘耕, deputy dean of the School of Media and…

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Controversial rapper PG One makes a low-key comeback. Weibo doesn’t buy it

When Wang Hao 王昊, a.k.a. PG One, one of China’s best-known rappers and probably its most controversial, mysteriously deleted…

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Peking University vs. Yue Xin: The fight continues as Chinese censors go into overdrive

Preparing to celebrate two round-year anniversaries — 120 years since its founding and 40 years since the return of…

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Peking University student to school: Stop trying to gag me on rape case!

Peking University (PKU) authorities are reportedly trying to silence Yue Xin 岳昕, a student who is demanding full disclosure…

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Boarding school owner in Jiangsu suspected of raping 11-year-old girls

A man in Yanchen city, Jiangsu Province, surnamed Zhang, was…

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Edible birds’ nests: Nutritional delicacy or overpriced hoax?

Recent Chinese media reports have debunked the claimed health benefits of various…

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National Security Education Day in China puts emphasis on ‘foreign infiltration’

Xinhua commemorated National Security Education Day on April 15 with an animated video (in Chinese, also embedded…

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China welcomes 300,000 Filipino workers, Chinese internet not impressed

With improved ties between China and the Philippines, the two countries…

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The People’s Daily, just before Weibo revokes gay content ban: ‘Homosexuality is not a mental illness’

A rare piece of good news for freedom of expression in China: Sina Weibo, confronting a colossal backlash from…

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Man arrested at concert by facial recognition cameras

Police used facial recognition technology to identify and arrest a criminal…

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Nanjing University professor suspended over sexual misconduct 20 years after his student’s suicide

Shen Yang 沈阳, a Nanjing University literature professor, has been accused…

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Chinese student who bought semi-automatic rifles to be deported from U.S.

As America struggles to make sense of yet another mass shooting…

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Kuaishou takes down hundreds of videos featuring teen moms

Kuaishou, one of the biggest short video platforms in China,

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