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On March 8, 2015—International Women’s Day—the world watched in awe as millions of people took to the streets to protest a global history of …


China

There once was a time when popular American products and the brands they bore were symbols of freedom for a generation of youths behind …


China

The Chinese government plans to make China the world’s technological superpower.  Their “Made in China 2025” plan forecasts that China will overcome the advanced …


China Hong Kong

Earlier this month, Hong Kong’s Victoria Park saw close to 115,000 people gather to commemorate the 29th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square Massacre. At …


China

The list of celebrities banned from entering China is not a short one. While most countries would probably feel flattered by a visit from …


China

Just a few months ago, the #MeToo movement erupted, spreading across the globe and changing the face of feminism. Millions of women took their …


China

This weekend, Xi Jinping made it clear that he doesn’t intend to go anywhere. According to a proposed constitutional amendment eliminating presidential term limits, …


China Tibet

February 13 marks Tibetan Independence Day. One hundred and five years ago today, the 13th Dalai Lama broke away from the collapsing Qing Empire …


China

Christian churches have been popping up in China at an increasing rate since the 1980s, after the end of the savagely anti-religious Cultural Revolution …


China Hungary

In November 2017, Chinese and Central and Eastern European leaders signed off on a Chinese-funded high-speed rail line that will bring Chinese goods—and influence—into …