Post-Pandemic, Can China’s Winter Olympic Town Thrive Again?
A year on from the Winter Olympic Games, has Zhangjiakou bounced back from the pandemic and lived up to its promise as China’s ski capital?
Imported Talent: Do Naturalized Athletes Help or Hinder China’s Sports Programs?
Naturalized athletes are becoming increasingly common in China’s sports programs, but will they help develop domestic talent?
China’s Road to Winter Paralympic Glory
How China went from one medal to topping the medal table in 20 years of Winter Paralympic participation
Hitting the Slopes: Where to Ski in China?
One of China’s top destinations for snow sports, Jilin is full of world-class ski resorts you shouldn’t miss
Winter Paralympics Open and Other Trending News
Winter Paralympic Games begin, Chinese citizens evacuated from Ukraine, delegate proposes decriminalizing DUI at Two Sessions—it’s Viral Week
Vanished Mountain: Zhangjiakou’s First Ski Resort
Opened in 1997, the Saibei Resort in Chongli county introduced China’s first generation of ski enthusiasts to the sport
The Online Slang of the Beijing Winter Olympics
Learn some of the Winter Olympics slang popular with Chineses netizens
Gu Ailing Wins Gold and Hearts and Other Trending News
China’s US-Born athletes polarize netizens, Bing Dwen Dwen fever continues, Bilibili is accused of working staff to death, boy spends 9,800 yuan on Ultraman cards—it’s Viral Week
Winter Olympics Mascot Steals the Show and Other Trending News
Winter Olympic mascot stars in opening ceremony, China’s women’s soccer team wins Asian Cup, child cook dazzles with Lunar New Year feast, amateur curling takes off—it’s Viral Week
Para-Prejudices: The Struggle for More Inclusive Sports
Despite leading the world in sporting achievements, China’s para-athletes struggle for recognition and inclusion