The Show Must Go On: How Chinese Opera Came to Be and Is Changing to Survive

Becoming a Chinese opera actor is not what young Chinese dream of anymore, but a host of performers and producers are not giving up on this historic art form.

by Edoardo Donati Fogliazza, 27 June 2019

How Blockchain Technology in China Is Reshaping These 3 Fields

Paperless protection is a game changer for more than just the financial industry.

by Sarah Forman, 04 April 2019

How China Is Developing Blockchain on Its Own Terms

Can China position itself as a blockchain development hotspot?

by Dominic Ngai, 03 April 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

Meet Zhao Chuang, One of the World's Best Dinosaur Artists

The Beijing-based artist is famous for his enthralling paintings and sculptures of dinosaurs, extinct mammals and other long-gone lifeforms.

by Tristin Zhang, 09 March 2019

This Badass T-Rex Relative Once Terrorized China

A chance discovery in Jiangxi province in 2010 added a new member to the Tyrannosaur family.

by Matthew Bossons, 07 March 2019

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

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