New 'China Untold' Episode Explores the Myth of WWII's Missing Chinese Soldiers

While MH370 may be the first China-related mass disappearance to come to mind, it might not be the earliest – or biggest.

by That's, 23 December 2020

On This Day: Japanese Take Shanghai’s International Settlement

An inside look at the Japanese takeover of Shanghai's International Settlement, which began on December 8, 1941.

by Mark Felton, 08 December 2020

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, 14 August 2020

The KMT Veterans of China on The Wrong Side of History

'I only wish to be treated fairly. I fought against the Japanese, why on earth did I become a war criminal?'

by Karoline Kan, 29 August 2019

4,600 People Evacuated After 2nd WWII-Era Bomb Discovered in Hong Kong

This is the second piece of unexploded ordinance to be discovered in Wan Chai in less than a week.

by Matthew Bossons, 01 February 2018

450kg WWII Bomb Forces Evacuation of 1,300 People in Hong Kong

The cylinder-shaped device – an ANM-65 explosive – was dropped on the city between 1941 and 1945 by American bombers.

by Matthew Bossons, 29 January 2018

#TBT: Meet China's Most Killed Movie Extra

Dying daily for 70 kuai.

by That's Shanghai, 02 November 2017

Did 3,000 Chinese Troops Really Disappear in 1939?

The eeriest type of disappearances are the ones that happen en masse – were a group of people all evaporate into thin air without a trace.

by Matthew Bossons, 24 November 2016

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