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Lu Xun

Chinese Corner: Blame for China’s demographic time bomb, neurotic parents, and a Lu Xun comic

Who is to blame for China’s population crisis? 人口列车是怎样失控的 rénkǒu lièchē shì zěnyàng shīkòng de How did the population train run…

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Mingbai: Lu Xun, ‘father of modern Chinese literature,’ the doctor of souls

Mingbai (明白, meaning “understand”), written by Christian Føhrby and Deng Jie, is a daily newsletter that drops knowledge on things “everyone in…

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Opinion: China in the 21st century: Confucianist outside, confused inside

Novelist Sheng Keyi and political scientist Kerry Brown ask what Chinese people believe in and find that "the reality is…

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