An interview with journalist Hsiao-Hung Pai, whose book Scattered Sand tells the stories of Chinese migrant workers—direct from their mouths.
An alarming new documentary blames China for America’s woes.
A new documentary about the famed Chinese artist and dissident focuses on his activism more than it does his art.
Compared to China’s national university entrance exam, the gaokao (lit., “test you must ace or work as a menial laborer for the rest of your life”), the SATs are a stroll in the park.
But the media bungles it up with an overly simplistic “Red China” narrative.