Remote Freedom: The Cost of Utopia for China’s Fledgling Digital Nomads
Covid-19 has transformed China’s remote work culture, but who can afford this lifestyle and how does it impact local communities?
The Digital Hermits Going Analog
Living smartphone-less in China in the digital age
Reform and Dialing Up: The Early Days of the Chinese Netizen
When was the term “wangmin” coined, and how did China’s cyberspace evolve from the first-generation of netizens to today?
Famous Chinese Artists Are Embracing NFTs. Can Crypto-Natives Catch Up?
In the Chinese NFT world, reputation and connections prove just as important as in the offline traditional art scene
The Price of Beauty Online
Critique of influencers has become a weapon for shaming female internet users
Coloring Outside the Digital Lines: Why Chinese NFT Artists Look Abroad
Regulations and low quality in the Chinese digital scene has led the brightest of the nation’s crypto-artists to pin their hopes on international markets
A Token Project: Can NFT Art Flourish in China?
NFTs are increasingly popular in China’s art world, but their dubious legal status may stop them from taking off
The Low Bar for Online Defamation in China
Several women have been falsely accused of promiscuity and “money worship” online, highlighting a lack of legal protection against internet rumors
Facial recognition technology surges in China, but privacy protections fail to catch up