“No, where are you really from?”
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Some cops just don’t get love.
“But where are you reeeeeally from?”
Don’t Kung Pao my Chow Mein.
Ready in 30 minutes or less and you don’t even need to put a bra on to answer the door.
Hawaiian plate so ono it broke da mouth.
You little romantic, you…
This is not your average brunch.
There’s no such thing as “Irish” potatoes?!
State media said Chinese court sentenced three people to death on Monday for a deadly car crash at Tiananmen Square blamed on Islamist separatists.
OpenSSL’s founder will announce a $50,000-per-year donation sponsorship from the Chinese IT company Huawei, bringing the total of Chinese funding of internet security to $210,000.
Be water, my friend. And one of these characters.
Put down the soy sauce and no one gets hurt.
“Why do Henan people love stealing manhole covers so much??” Baidu search suggestions offer a window to the world of Chinese regional stereotypes.
Panic, calls against racial profiling, and anger at Western coverage permeate Weibo in absence of ongoing TV coverage of terror attacks.
Dog And Bee deserves to be known by comics readers worldwide. Translated with the permission of the artist.
What does the pig say? In German, that is.
Eat it, Venice. There’s a reason every young person in China dreams of moving there.
Taiwanese comic artist Jie Jie lives in Hong Kong and keeps an illustrated diary.
Seriously, Starbucks. How vilification in Chinese state TV made Starbucks cool.
They’ve thought of everything.
Possibly the most difficult person to impress in your life.
“Being a Big V blogger felt like being an emperor,” Chinese online celebrity Charles Xue confesses from jail. For China’s news bloggers, going viral can mean three years in prison.
It’s (almost) as easy as 一，二，三.
The Census Bureau maps show the areas of the United States where large concentrations of people speak a language at home other than English.
Get the know-how before you say “ni hao.”