Cigars, Coffins & Concubines: Dogmeat, China's Basest Warlord

The day warlord Zhang Zongchang found out that it's a dog eat dog world.

by Ned Kelly, 02 September 2022

This Day in History: The Central China Floods of 1931

The deadliest natural disaster ever recorded.

by Ned Kelly, 25 August 2022

This Day in History: First NBA Team to Play Basketball in China

On August 24, 1979, the Washington Bullets became the first professional US sports team invited to China.

by Josh Parker, 24 August 2022

This Day in History: Mongolia Becomes Independent From China

Mongolia proclaimed its independence on July 11, 1921.

by Anna Priymak, 09 July 2022

This Day in History: China-India Nathu La Pass Reopens for Trade

The historic Nathu La Pass in the Himalayan mountains reopened for trade after 44 years.

by Malavika Suresh, 06 July 2022

This Day in History: China Signs the UN Charter

Chinese leader Chiang Kai-shek signed the UN charter, which was signed by representatives from 50 nations.

by Anna Priymak, 25 June 2022

This Day in History: China Develops the Hydrogen Bomb

June 1967 sees China become the world's fourth thermonuclear power.

by Ned Kelly, 17 June 2022

This Day in History: When Muhammad Ali Came to China

Praying in the Great Mosque of Xi'an and sparring with a Brawl on the Bund referee: a look back on the 1985 visit of The Greatest to the Middle Kingdom

by Ned Kelly, 20 May 2022

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