From driving classes to police detention, a young interpreter has spent over 20 years advocating for improved sign language and better services for the Deaf in China
At an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting in Beijing, our reporter delves deep into the daily struggles of Chinese alcoholics and the unique cultural pressures leading them to drink
Memoirs of a Gen Z factory worker in a coastal town
Covid-19 has transformed China’s remote work culture, but who can afford this lifestyle and how does it impact local communities?
On the outskirts of Beijing, a gym with homemade equipment offers a special community for retired factory workers
Photographer Yang Xin takes free “funeral portraits” for elderly people in remote villages, and learns about their attitude to life and death
On a seedy street in a small town, a 50-year-old woman struggles to chase her literary dreams as she makes a living by cutting hair
China’s rural land is seeing a building boom as villagers exercise their homestead rights—but is it sustainable?
Urban dog-owners turn to training schools for help with their pets, but controversies persist about training methods and lack of regulation in the industry