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A scene by scene look at how Hollywood hopes to make China, which has the fastest growing movie market in the world, its beau

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Hand-wringing over China’s ‘effeminate’ boys

Education, family, and pop culture all blamed in claims of feminine boys

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Three-Body Barnburner

A look into the first installment of the outstanding Three-Body sci-fi trilogy

03.30.15

The Silk Road Endures: Driver Zhou

The tale of a Xinjiang truck driver has as many twists and turns as the ancient path he navigates

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The Mystical Side to China’s Fog

A brief history on where the Chinese character for haze comes from and why it might suggest these foggy days have been around for longer than we might have suspected

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Taiwan Trade Council Looks to Cuba

Taiwan’s external development trade council believes that opportunities for foreign investment are looking promising in Cuba

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Tofu or Meth? Chinese Caught in Airport Mixup

Soy Vey! Russian authorities think tofu is meth, detain Chinese citizens

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The Silk Road Endures: Faithful Isaac

The servant of a Jesuit priest looking for a lost Christian kingdom in Cathay
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The Silk Road Endures: Lord of the Mountains

Three stories from three eras on the Silk Road, starting with a Tang general's battle against an Arabian army
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Physics Fever

China’s scientific ambitions and discoveries are changing the way we see the physical world
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The Business of Buddhism, Pt 1

Is greed prompting the downfall of Buddhism?

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