Portraits of China: A Collection of Stories From China's Past

British photographer Cameron Hack interviews the last ladies with bound feet, ethnic minority groups and war survivors.

by That's Beijing, 15 February 2019

Meet 3 Tattooed, Black-Toothed Members of the Dai Minority

Some individuals of Yunnan's Dai minority still carry some of the ancient characteristic symbols of their heritage: black-dyed teeth and tattoos.

by Cameron Hack, additional reporting by Edoardo Donati Fogliazza and Valerie Osipov, 14 February 2019

Meet 4 of the Last Ladies in China with Bound Feet

Dating back to the 10th century, the peculiar Chinese tradition of foot-binding was a common practice among young girls in China.

by Cameron Hack, additional reporting by Edoardo Donati Fogliazza and Valerie Osipov, 14 February 2019

Did a Lost Roman Legion Settle in Ancient China?

And if so, are those living in the remote Gansu town of Liqian today the descendants of these lost troops?

by Matthew Bossons, 11 January 2019

China's Tech Firms to Soon Blur Bounds of 'Reality' Using AR

Chinese firms are working to radically change the way we experience the world around us through augmented reality.

by Adam Robbins, 02 November 2018

How a Desert Region in Western China Built a Wine Industry From Scratch

A colossal government-run wine bureau helps.

by Noelle Mateer, 23 August 2018

Peace, Love and Hip-Hop: How China's Street Dancers Bust a Move

In our July 2018 cover story, we spotlight China’s hip-hop dance scene and how street dancers are educating the masses – while dancing around regulations.

by Dominique Wong, additional reporting by Lu Qinxin and Edoardo Donati Fogliazza, 20 July 2018

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