Here's Why Private Tutoring in China Could See Some Big Changes

Sources close to regulators allege sweeping changes to the off-campus tutoring industry.

by Joshua Cawthorpe, 18 June 2021

UPDATE: WHO Let the Dogs out on the COVID-19 Origins

A team of international scientists will depart for Wuhan in early January to investigate the origin of the COVID-19 outbreak.

by Joshua Cawthorpe, 17 December 2020

Meet China's Top 10 Wealthiest Women in 2021

Take a look at the richest women in the Middle Kingdom.

by Joshua Cawthorpe, 30 August 2021

We Tried Baijiu Flavored Pocky and it's Surprisingly Good

We tried the new baijiu-flavored Pocky sticks and they are totally not bad.

by Joshua Cawthorpe, 17 September 2020

We Tried Subway's Mysterious Avocado Cheese Chicken Nuggets

If you put lipstick on a pig, it's still a pig. If you fill a chicken nugget with goo, it's still a chicken nugget.

by Joshua Cawthorpe, 08 June 2020

China's Long March to Addressing Mental Health Issues

An estimated 200 million Chinese people suffer from mental illness and there aren't enough adequate services to help.

by Joshua Cawthorpe, 01 February 2021

H&M and Other Brands Face Boycott in China

A statement regarding Xinjiang cotton by H&M Group from last Autumn has been met with a torrent of criticism after resurfacing on Wednesday.

by Joshua Cawthorpe, 26 March 2021

Residents May Pay for Damages Caused by Falling Objects

China's new civil code intends to hold all residents liable in the event that a falling object causes damage and the perpetrator cannot be identified.

by Joshua Cawthorpe, 28 May 2020

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