Wang Jiawei is a contributing writer at The World of Chinese. He is deeply passionate about multimedia storytelling and sees the fate of ordinary people in grand narratives.
As the garment industry of Guangzhou’s Kanglu area winds down to its last days, TWOC captures life in for the 100,000 workers and factory bosses in its urban villages
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Demand for sperm banks is rising, but young men struggle to meet tough technical and societal standards to donate
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After lockdowns and gathering restrictions ravaged movie theaters across China, those remaining are looking for alternative business models to survive
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