“We Shanghainese value our image. We don’t want to lose face in front of the entire world…”
Americans outraged by the Empire State Building honoring the People’s Republic of China’s 60th anniversary with red and yellow lighting reveal their own bias & hypocrisy.
Websites like chinaSMACK are as accurate a representation and reflection of foreigners as it is of Chinese people. Why do so many fight racism with more racism?
Chinese people share their experiences of Han (China’s ethnic majority) discriminating against Tibetans or Uighurs (ethnic minorities). One offers a solution.
CNR’s Weekly Review highlights some of the most interesting and can’t miss blog posts from the English China blogosphere. This week: June 7-13, 2009.
Review of David Ren’s Shanghai Kiss movie about an angry aspiring Chinese-American actor visiting Shanghai, China for the very first time & discovering himself.
Collection of interesting blog post excerpts from notable English-language China blogs covering swine flu reaching China, reactions, & how it has been handled.
A review of the 2009 Chinese film on the Nanjing Massacre that proved to be shocking as expected, but not the propaganda film that many foreigners feared.
Expats in China often stick to themselves, either because they find it difficult to make real friendships with local Chinese or because they can’t be bothered.
Did Jackie Chan really say “Chinese people need to be controlled”? Let’s take a look at the Chinese and see if his comments were taken out of context and sensationalized by the Western media.