McDonald’s in China has been hopscotching across the color wheel for some time now.
Square dancing in big groups is a key activity for children, the elderly, and nobody in between.
Qigong — a lesser-known, and still sometimes misunderstood health practice.
For today’s photo, a literal textbook of ancient kung fu superpowers.
Get ripped, get shredded, get jacked – because this is Mao Zedong’s ultimate four minute workout.
One thing folks don’t totally get about China is the deeply embedded, inescapable presence of group exercise
We sent Kadallah to get his first-ever acupuncture, and tell us all about the experience.
Ancient hooey, or a valid alternative approach? Our video breakdown of some fundamental concepts.
Riskiller uses a camera slapped onto a Raspberry Pi to analyze weeks of storefront data for prospective shop owners.
A visual peek behind the curtain, into a new staple for Shanghai’s creative community
Justin “Yukes” Scholar walks us through four basic Chinese instruments that can be played with little to no training.
We went down to TechCrunch 2017 in Shanghai to check out the hackathon, panels, and startups. Here’s a recap.
Be Your Own Mulan
For most women in China, Mu Lan probably lives only as an on-screen character. But our guest today, Lila Stange, feels related to this figure in a very personal way.
Yajun and Jingjing reflect on 2017 and share their personal, magical Christmas experiences
w/ Krish Raghav & Becky Davis
Josh Feola sits down with music promoter Krish Raghav and news reporter Rebecca Davis to discuss music, art, and culture within the context of China’s “radical uncertainty”
Follow Your Heart
Jingjing and Yajun speak with entrepreneur and ex-investment banker Jackie You about relying on one’s heart as a guide to navigating China’s rapidly changing professional landscape
Selecting tunes from the back catalog of Beijing vinyl label Genjing & talking about unique hybrids that have come out of China in the 12 years label founder Nevin Domer has been here
Sexual Harassment in China
Awareness of sexual harassment in China is limited by lack of sex and gender education, lack of legal and regulatory execution, and suppression of open discussion of the issue