Managing Editor of The World of Chinese, writer at The Diplomat, formerly found at China Radio International and The Global Times.
China is the number one producer of electronic waste, but there are solutions
Alec Ash defines the nation’s 1985 to 1990 generation
The Beijing Cuckoo Project amazes scientists and inspires kids
A guide to Hangzhou for avian enthusiasts
Fresh features, original reporting, and a whole new look
The New Year brings new questions for the yo-yoing yuan
Chew your fingernails, save a pangolin
Death’s End transforms physics into a nightmare hellscape of horror and loss. Also, there’s a love story.
A suspected suicide bombing in Bishkek, developing
Climate change melts the Third Pole
Everybody Shareskyism, hwala-fuszji, and the importance of wearing trousers in Lao She’s sci-fi satire
Why you should care about China's objectively awesome quantum ambitions
Why you shouldn't build security bots that look like monsters from Skaro
Going to one of the most densely populated places on earth for a little peace and quiet
An open letter of concern to my personal friend, Mark Zuckerberg