This Day in History: The Huanggutun Incident

On June 4, 1928, a train carrying warlord Zhang Zuolin from Beijing to Shenyang was ripped apart by a huge explosion.

by Ned Kelly, 04 June 2019

5 Things: Andrew Bull's Hong Kong Handover Party of 1997

The largest rave Hong Kong has ever seen.

by Ned Kelly, 28 June 2017

This Day in History: The May 30 Incident

The 1925 event would incite a series of strikes and riots that brought the Chinese economy to a standstill.

by Ned Kelly, 30 May 2018

8 Chinese Aphrodisiacs to Help You Get it On

The Chinese way to rev your engine.

by Ned Kelly, 14 February 2016

The Siberian Weasel, China's Urban Rat Catcher

Shanghai’s number one rat catcher

by Ned Kelly, 11 July 2019

This Day in History: The 2007 China Stock Market Crash

On February 27, 2007 the 'Shanghai Sneeze' triggered major drops in worldwide stock markets.

by Ned Kelly, 27 February 2018

This Day in History: The Battle of Muddy Flat

Believed to be the first time British and American forces fought as allies in a land battle.

by Ned Kelly, 04 April 2019

This Week in History: Down to the Countryside Movement

Chairman Mao proclaims 'We too have two hands, let us not laze about in the city.'

by Ned Kelly, 23 December 2018

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