Canadian, 8 years living in China, BA in Chinese Language and Culture
Innovative flash fiction from up-and-comer Zhu Yue, Part 2
Innovative flash fiction from up-and-comer Zhu Yue, Part 1
Winter is always quiet and it will always happen again
A journey through the sky and the mind, part 2
A journey through the sky and the mind, part 1
Open up your 'head hole' and your imagination by diving head-first into these peculiar phrases
Discover the life and times of maverick translator Sidney Shapiro! And why are Chinese people reading sick cartoons?
These four places are perfect celebrating the founding of the People's Rebublic of China with a little revolutionary gusto
Why associate "giving birth to a healthy baby" with a number?
Malicious teachers. Class bullies. Kafkaesque schools. Welcome to the world of Kuangkuang, the hapless nine-year-old who’s taking China by storm. “Kuangkuang’s Diaries,” better known in China as Kuangkuang Riji (哐哐日记) is an independent cartoon about growing up in the 80s that, since its 2008 creation, has become an internet sensation. Similar to shows like South […]
In "Midnight in Peking," French solves the murder of foreign resident Pamela Werner in a city on the brink of Japanese invasion
Learn how to save money when using the bus
"I don't understand English." "But I'm speaking Chinese!"
"If you've eaten garlic, don't breathe on your silkworms," says one girl who kept the critters as a child. Raising silkworms has always been a fun pastime for kids in China, and—as you might expect—is something of an art.
Issue 3, the Epidemic Issue, is now online
Take a virtual tour of historic Shandong with these apps and online programs
The award-winning essay from The World of Chinese Cup English Writing Competition