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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.

Hong Kong university to punish students protesting Mandarin test

A little over two months after a group of students from…

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No tattoos at the 2018 Strawberry Music Festival in Hangzhou

In January, we reported on China’s ban on hip-hop artists with tattoos appearing on television. The ban…

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Surveys: 60 percent of Chinese men cheat on partners, domestic violence cited in 15 percent of divorce cases

More than 70 percent of Chinese divorce cases in the past…

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‘Modern Chinese intellectuals are spineless’: Peking University vice dean reportedly resigns after provocative essay

Li Chenjian and Cai Yuanpei Rumors are flying (in Chinese) at Peking University that Li Chenjian…

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Badly behaved visitors anger Wuhan University students during peak cherry blossom season

Spring weather has arrived in the city…

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Heilongjiang college cracks down on student relationships

A college in Heilongjiang Province is currently in hot water for…

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Huawei in America and Apple in China

Tariffs are not the only obstacle to Chinese business in the U.S. Huawei, the world’s largest telecoms equipment manufacturer,…

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SAPPRFT bans parodies of classic TV shows and films

As we reported yesterday, China’s top media authorities, the State…

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High school teacher fired after video shows him kissing student during tutoring session

A high school physics teacher in Shanxi…

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China’s education ministry to adjust bonus points in national college exams

Following a notice from the Chinese Ministry of Education regarding the admissions procedures for the 2018 gaokao (高考…

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A pro-Xi propaganda banner on model Bella Hadid’s Instagram sends the Chinese internet into confusion

American model Bella Hadid is currently in Shanghai, China, where she snapped a selfie while commuting in a car…

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Shanxi college wants to track students’ menstrual cycles to stop truancy from morning exercises

One of the worst experiences of being an undergraduate at Chinese universities, at least for me and most of…

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China-censored version of ‘The Shape of Water’ adds shadows to erase nudity

Chinese audiences are used to censored, “clean” versions of Hollywood imports involving violence, nudity, sex scenes, or profanity. Without…

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Former UIUC professor Xu Gang accused of decades-long sexual misconduct

Xu Gang 徐钢, a former tenured associate professor at the University…

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Chinese acting schools are rejecting applicants with plastic surgery

“Did it hurt to get your nose job done?” Ma…

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