This Week in History: China's Devastating 2008 Winter Storms

Ice storms wiped out electricity and transportation for millions of households in south-central China back in 2008.

by Joshua Cawthorpe, 27 January 2021

Liangcha, South China's Favorite Bitter Summer Drink

An herbal elixir with health benefits? Sign us up.

by Phoebe Kut, 31 August 2020

El Piñal: The Lost 16th Century Spanish Outpost in South China

In 1598, Ming Dynasty authorities allowed a team of Spanish traders from Manila to set up shop in China’s PRD.

by Ryan Gandolfo, 25 September 2019

LISTEN: Guangzhou Underground Retrospective is Key Summer Listening

'Guangzhou Underground Label Sampler Vol​.​4' is here for you this summer.

by Bryan Grogan, 06 August 2019

Run Run Run Chat Guiyang Life, the Erhu and Beijing Noise

Guitarist Xiao Dou, of the Beijing-based duo, discusses his musical influences and their new album 'Hoon.'

by Bryan Grogan, 28 June 2019

Welcome to Jurassic China: A Journey to the Land Before Time

In our "Welcome to Jurassic China" series, part of our March 2019 cover story, we transport you to a lost world, a primeval China that existed before the dawn of man.

by That's Guangzhou, 10 March 2019

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