We leave you with this glorious golden statue, available on Taobao among a plethora of *other* golden dog statues priced between ~ $10-$200, if you wanna boost your Dog Year feng shui
Winding down our holiday theme with a few choice Taobao picks for the Year of the Dog, including these adult-sized dog costumes for a bit of zodiac roleplaying in seasonally appropriate red & gold
A looted dog named Looty is not happy in its new London digs
OK, last one from the Gala, we swear
“Wang wang” (汪汪) is an onomatopoeia representing a dog’s bark; “wang wang” (旺旺) means flourishing/prosperity, and was a catchphrase repeated throughout the Spring Festival Gala, forever memorialized with this song
There were a lot of dogs on last night’s CCTV Spring Festival Gala, but this robot one (made by Shenzhen’s UBTech) caught our attention up front during the opening number
We sat down with locals to hear how they celebrate China’s biggest holiday
On January 27, Joey Bada$$ returned to Arkham for his second show in Shanghai.
Academies and training centers are opening up, funding is pouring in, and skating is taking off with a whole new audience.
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.
The Chinese New Year Traditions You Need to Know
China has transformed greatly over the last few decades, and Chinese New Year has also come to mean very different things from generation to generation — Yajun and Jingjing explore the customs and superstitions that have changed with the times
Teaching Tech to Young China
Kit Harford, founder and CEO of Tech Trek, sits down with Jingjing and Yajun to talk about his unique approach to teaching Chinese children about technology
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