Eight-year-old ChengWu ShuQin is among the youngest of the girls training at the Shaolin Exquisite Kung Fu School in the Central Eastern Chinese Province of Henan. Newly arrived, she’s fighting to find her place among the crowd and against homesickness.
CCTV News, the broadcaster owned by the Chinese government, warned citizens not to pick an English name that would be considered strange by native English speakers, such as Dumbledore, Lawyer, or Satan.
Crude prices have plunged by more than 20% in recent months. The fall means cheaper gas, cheaper flights, and generally good news for American consumers.
Because John Cho can not be our only, and last, dreamy Asian lead on network TV.
Hundreds of angry people attempted to charge the barricades erected by demonstrators calling for a free vote in Hong Kong’s 2017 chief executive elections.
The answers were to particular questions about Xiaomi, often referred to as the “Apple of China.” And it’s often a line pulled by Steve Jobs.
Post-it protest covers the Hong Kong government office in Sydney.
By releasing a major feature film on the streaming service — and in IMAX — the Weinstein Company has crafted the strangest, and perhaps savviest, ploy yet to shut out movie theaters from the movie business.
Chinese-American actress Anna May Wong was a trailblazer despite the openly racist industry in which she worked. Remembering her story and contemplating how much things have changed.
The tumour stretched from her shoulder to her ankle. Warning: graphic images.
Students and pro-democracy activists have taken to the streets to denounce Chinese interference and demand democratic elections.
Well, not on social media anyway. The Hong Kong Occupy Central protest has triggered mainland China’s biggest ever crackdown on Weibo, the country’s version of Twitter.
Umbrellas have become a powerful symbol of the territory’s pro-democracy demonstrations, which are seeing tens of thousands of people take to the streets to protest against Beijing’s decision to limit democratic reforms.
Police and pro-democracy demonstrators clashed in Hong Kong following a week of student-led boycotts and protests against China’s political control in Hong Kong.
From the book by James Mollison
Health and safety initiative of the day.
Hospital staff found the 23-year-old unconscious in a private booth.
Can you guess which country has the most generous policy?
Who knew butt fat was a good thing?
What country eats the most sugar? Hint: it’s not who you think.
42 students and a head teacher were allegedly beaten up in Hunan when an army demonstration became violently chaotic. School attendees and social media have accused authorities of a cover-up.
The panda was apparently enjoying the extra attention.
Internet videos blamed for ‘jihad’.
A new study finds that Chinese censors target potential calls to action rather than anti-government criticism.
“We need to be prepared for an invasion and right now we are not.”
“I was racially vilified at The Coffee Nazi and all I got was this lousy t-shirt.”
The newborn cuties are said to be the world’s first surviving panda triplets.