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‘Not allowed to receive African guests’: Discrimination at Guangzhou hotels

Last month, several hotels in Guangzhou posted notices that said African guests were no longer welcome. Among those turned away…

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Profane roadside rant against Beijingers incites Beijing mob

On Friday, a driver in Beijing — who was not from the city — learned the perils of casting aspersions…

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Cross-dressing men in downtown Suzhou confronted by police

On July 3, three men dressed in women’s clothes were ordered to leave a shopping area in Suzhou, Jiangsu Province,…

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Job not open to Beijing natives? Alibaba’s online supermarket apologizes for discrimination

Type in, “Why are people from [Chinese province name]…” on Baidu, and wait for the search engine to autocomplete different regional…

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