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From Versace to Calvin Klein: Major brands apologize for undermining China’s territorial sovereignty

Several international retailers and fashion houses have recently found themselves in apology mode after being slammed for disrespecting China’s…

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The impossible politics of doing business in ‘China’

The Taiwanese fruit tea chain Yifang recently found itself battered by — successively — mainland Chinese internet…

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Woman arrested after video shows her disrespecting Chinese communist symbol, the red scarf

The Public Security Bureau of Rong County, Sichuan Province, arrested (in Chinese) a woman on April 8 on…

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Vogue and Zara, Frecklegate and ‘beauty’ in China, explained

Last month, after Zara posted photos of model Li Jingwen 李静雯 (who models under the name Jing Wen) to its Sina…

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Huawei’s problem of being too ‘Chinese’

China’s biggest telecom company can attribute much of its success — and most of its…

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Chinese marathon runner loses gold medal after volunteers thrust national flag

Imagine that you are in first place at the end of a marathon, sprinting toward the finish line, when…

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Alipay offers official response to idiotic online trolls — because Chinese nationalism

In yet another example of the unfortunate real-world influence of virtual Chinese trolls, Alipay recently felt the need to…

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College student expelled after making negative remarks about Chinese patriotism

A Chinese college in Hunan Province has expelled a first-year student who made remarks critical of patriotism on social…

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Patriotic Chinese writer draws ire after trying to enroll her kid at an American school

Yuan Xiaoliang 袁小靓…

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Stranded at Tehran airport, Chinese passengers break out into chants of ‘China!’

Chants of “China!” erupted at an Iranian airport on January 29 as hundreds of Chinese passengers were stranded at…

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China’s multi-pronged campaign against Taiwanese nationalism

China is both deepening and diversifying the ways it applies pressure…

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China’s ‘Little Pink’ are not who you think

Early last year, following the victory of Taiwan’s pro-independence opposition leader in its general elections, a wave of mainland…

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Patriotic flicks and studio politics: A record-shattering time in Chinese cinema

Welcome to the first issue of Pang-Chieh Ho’s biweekly roundup of the latest in Chinese movies and television. Think…

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Do we really need to worry so much about Chinese nationalism?

We live in an age of rising nationalism, and this is most certainly cause for concern. Nationalism is…

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