The recently concluded “Village Super League” championships in Guizhou have showcased local food, unique performances, and amateur soccer players from all walks of life
From nail-polish flowers to mud crackers, improvisation was key in the countryside where Chinese children’s games and fun often came in the form of random scrap or things provided by nature.
Struggling against sexist notions, married women try to hold on to their land rights
A six-month stay in a Chinese village helped a family return to their roots
A taste of opulence that supported generations of Chinese through an age of scarcity
Can “digital villages” fulfill their promise to modernize the countryside through technology?
Can films and literature from the Northwest shake their strong association with rural subjects?