TRADITIONAL CULTURE

Age-Old Question

Due to a tradition known “nominal” or “fictitious age,” many Chinese claim to be a year or two older than their actual birth

NEWS

Viral Week Ep. 169

Haier makeover, Didi safety upgrades, cat burglary by sparrow baiting, and love endures in a typhoon—it’s Viral Week

TRADITIONAL CULTURE

Four habits of the frugal Chinese senior

Walk, reuse, and…steal? Have China’s penny-pinching elders gone too far?

The Noughty Nineties: The Gay Activist

The jiulinghou fight for LGBTQ rights—from our cover story

The Noughty Nineties: The Worker

Millennials now comprise the majority of China’s migrant workers—from our cover story

The Noughty Nineties: The Bureaucrat

The “post-90s” generation in government—from our cover story

The Noughty Nineties: The Parent

Meet China’s newest generation of parents—from our cover story

The Noughty Nineties

How the “post-90s generation” has grown up in the new millennium

TRADITIONAL CULTURE

How to be a “Buddha-like youth”

Practice being Zen like a burnt-out Chinese millennial

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