This Day in History: LA’s Forgotten ‘Wild West’ Chinese Massacre

On October 24, 1871, an incensed lynch mob gathered in Los Angeles and killed 17 Chinese men, in what was the largest mass lynching in US history.

by William Lee, 24 October 2020

China Bans All Wild Animal Consumption

On February 24, China banned the trade and consumption of wild animals, according to state media.

by Tristin Zhang, 27 February 2020

10 Biggest China News Stories of 2019

Welcome to our 2019 China Year in Review series.

by That's, 29 November 2019

5G Is Officially Here, but It's Expensive...

The cheapest data package costs RMB128 for 30 GB.

by That's, 31 October 2019

Air Pollution Could Be as Damaging to Lungs as Smoking, Researchers Claim

The research revealed that a ground-level ozone increase of just three parts per billion can have dire effects on lung health.

by Jesse Pottinger, 14 August 2019

Several High-Fashion Brands Under Fire Over Major T-Shirt Errors

Versace, Coach and Givenchy all went viral on Weibo after releasing similar T-shirts with offensive design errors that undermine the ‘One China’ policy.

by Herlina Liu, 13 August 2019

China to Develop National Child Sex Offender Database

Since 2018, more than 3,600 perpetrators have been convicted of crimes committed against left-behind youth in rural areas.

by Barnaby Lofton, 05 August 2019

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