The videos have all completely disappeared off major platforms like Youku and Bilibili.
It's still not clear if the reversal will make it into law: it has to clear a conference with the House, and then avoid a veto from President Trump.
The silent shame of having a mental illness in a Chinese family.
In the foothills of the Himalayas lies picture-perfect Lugu Lake, the home of the Mosuo people and the gateway to a mysterious land often dubbed "The Kingdom of Women."
As Hitler rose to power, the city welcomed refugees.
A visit to a facility in Guangdong province, where researchers are tinkering with monkey brains in order to understand the most severe forms of autism.
If you've ever smiled and nodded while someone else talked about Trump's trade war with China, even though you barely understood what was going on, this video's for you.
Chinese pedestrians who stare at their mobile phones are known as the heads-down tribe. In one Chinese city, a lane for distracted walkers puts the tribe's safety first.
A series of reports this week revealed that, for the past 10 years, Facebook’s broad sharing of data extended not only to app developers but to phone companies as well.
Despite a lack of legal protections for LGBTQ folks in China, the art of drag is alive and well in major cities like Shanghai.
The reported deal comes a week after a Chinese state-owned construction company struck a deal to help a real-estate developer that is working to build new Trump-branded property in Indonesia.
This is in part due to China's recent ban on accepting many varieties of foreign recyclables.
Shenzhen, which has an all-electric fleet, is the poster child for China's massive push to electrify its buses
Though sloppy at times, Winnti Umbrella remain advanced and extremely prolific.
It's a custom that has been going on for three thousand years for the women of Huangluo Village.
Alibaba outpunches Facebook on the New York Stock Exchange, and yet the culture is rife with flabbergasting sexism.
China's social credit system, which becomes mandatory in 2020, aims to funnel all behavior into a credit score.
Move over, California tech bros. Guangzhou, China is taking the wheel.
To say that Chinese media regulators have a backward view of human sexuality would be an understatement.
Elijah Hurwitz visited the region amid heightened tensions between the nations.
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