This Day in History: Pearl S. Buck's 'The Good Earth' Published

Hailed in the West as the most important book about China since ‘The Travels of Marco Polo’.

by Ned Kelly, 02 March 2022

Seeing Poverty with Artistic Duo Chow and Lin

Malaysian-born, Singaporean-raised Stefen Chow and Singaporean Huiyi Lin are together a Beijing-based duo exploring current life topics in visually relevant ways.

by Vanessa Jencks, 22 December 2021

This Day in History: Bloody Saturday, Shanghai's Darkest Day

New York Times bestselling author's new book on the 1937 Japanese bombing of the city.

by Ned Kelly, 13 August 2021

Kevin McGeary on His New Book 'The Naked Wedding'

After spending several years working in Shenzhen and Shunde, Kevin McGeary decided to put pen to paper and published The Naked Wedding earlier this year.

by Ryan Gandolfo, 17 June 2021

Netflix to Make New Series Based on 'The Three-Body Problem'

Netflix and Yoozoo Group will team up with 'Game of Thrones' producers to bring the groundbreaking Chinese sci-fi trilogy to life.

by Joshua Cawthorpe, 02 September 2020

Beijing's An Yu on Her Debut Novel 'Braised Pork' and Her Inspiration

We hear from An Yu about her fantastic novel and the inspiration behind her work.

by Ryan Gandolfo, 13 February 2020

Wuhan Kids' Book Pulled Over Passage on Wild Animal Consumption

Wuhan University Press has drawn flak online for publishing a children’s book that states masked civet meat is edible.

by Matthew Bossons, 13 February 2020

Ultimate Restaurant Guide for Guangzhou and Shenzhen on Sale Now

Our comprehensive dining and drinking guide informs expats, visitors and locals alike on the F&B options available in the Greater Bay Area.

by That's PRD, 17 December 2019

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