Robert Foyle Hunwick, Author at SupChina
Robert Foyle Hunwick

Robert Foyle Hunwick is a writer and media consultant in Beijing. His forthcoming book about vice and crime in modern China will be published by I.B. Tauris.

China Unsolved: The Village that Vanished

China Unsolved is a SupChina weekly series profiling China’s most notorious unsolved mysteries. Humans, cats, dogs, livestock —…

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China Unsolved: Dead of Night

China Unsolved is a SupChina weekly series profiling China’s most notorious unsolved mysteries. Five bodies were in the…

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China Unsolved: The Man Who Knew Too Much

China Unsolved is a SupChina weekly series profiling China’s most notorious unsolved mysteries. Two old friends meet in…

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China Unsolved: Who poisoned Zhu Ling?

China Unsolved is a SupChina weekly series profiling China’s most notorious unsolved mysteries. A talented student, a mystery…

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China Unsolved: Death of a Courtesan

China Unsolved is a SupChina weekly series profiling China’s most notorious unsolved mysteries. A bloody crime scene in…

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China Unsolved: A Scientist Vanishes

China Unsolved is a SupChina weekly series profiling China’s most notorious unsolved mysteries. Peng Jiamu found himself…

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China Unsolved: The Black Dahlia of Nanjing

China Unsolved is a SupChina weekly series profiling China’s most notorious unsolved mysteries. More than 20 years…

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China Unsolved: The Boy in the Red Dress

China Unsolved is a new SupChina weekly series profiling China’s most notorious unsolved mysteries. The red dress,…

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Picture of the Day: Bring on Thanos

It’s Plastic Man! Iron Man’s slightly useless live-streaming sidekick. Sanlitun SOHO, Beijing; Avengers:…

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Lost in Beijing: Forgotten wastelands of China’s capital

Beijing is a shiny metropolis, but below the gleaming skyscrapers and busy thoroughfares are desolate amusement parks…

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Polyamory in the PRC: A brief history of sex and swinging in modern China

Article 301 of China’s 1997 Criminal Law bans “group licentiousness,” and has been used in the past to bust would-be swingers….

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Picture of the Day: Shared motorbikes in Beijing promoted by Santas

Just some Santas showing off their gnarly rides in Beijing. Also…

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Miss Universe, China

This story first appeared in Danwei on August 28, 2011, and is republished here, with slight edits, with permission….

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The Guangzhou Sex Festival: ‘Where is the sex?’

This story originally appeared on October 16, 2012, on Danwei.org, with the headline “Guys and Sex Dolls — Scenes…

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