Flying Blind: Visually Impaired Tourists Still Face Barriers

Despite the efforts of volunteers, poor accessibility still hinders tourism for China’s visually impaired


Bitter No More: How Young Chinese Became Obsessed With TCM

Forget bubble tea, traditional Chinese medicine is the latest trend among youth


The Future of China’s Elderly Care is Young

Can young professionals change geriatric care in China, or will it change them first?


Fertile Ground: Sperm Banks in China Struggle to Meet Growing Demand

Demand for sperm banks is rising, but young men struggle to meet tough technical and societal standards to donate


Photographing the Remnants of “Zero Covid”

After the sudden end of China’s “dynamic zero” Covid policy, photographers capture the lingering relics of the country’s pandemic prevention apparatus


The Bizarre and Dangerous World of Ancient Chinese Weight Loss

From a weight-loss dance to diets of cacti and musk, ancient Chinese had a variety of ways to keep themselves slim


“I’m a Doctor, Not a Robot”: Seven Years in a Chinese ER

A former emergency room doctor reflects on the long hours, high pressure, and lack of safety nets over his career in China’s medical system


Hand in Hand, We Face the End of Life Together

NGO founder Wang Ying shares what’s ailing palliative care in China, plus her own battle with cancer


Covid Spreads Through China and Other Trending News

Soaring infections, questionable treatments, viral dance moves, medicine price gouging, and a meteorite spotted—it’s Viral Week


HPV Vaccine Availability Expanded and Other Trending News

Cinema labels 37-year-olds “elderly,” drunk driver drags victim along for one kilometer, doctors warn against mixing herbal medicine with coffee, serial exam-taker plans 15th re-sit—it’s Viral Week