Kadallah Burrowes creates a techno-dystopian future, part Orwell and part P.K. Dick, where the humans are gone and only beige dust remains
To paraphrase an old saw: if you see the Buddha on the road, snap a cellphone pic of him
NYU Shanghai alumni Marjorie Wang and Baaria Chaudhary sent Andy’s soup cans flying through virtual space
NYU Shanghai alum and mixed-reality artist Baaria Chaudhary explores VR worlds at the Unite Shanghai 2017 conference
If you spend time in China, you’ll eventually come across a monkey handler.
As cliche as rooftopping is, it shouldn’t take away how amazing it can be.
China’s biggest meeting on the frontier of technology is sensory overload – we’ve distilled the whole shindig into a pleasant one-and-a-half minute video experience.
Watch: Trailblazing Artist Zhang Jianjun on the Art of Seeing, and Learning Painting in Secret Under Mao
Radii talks to one of the visionaries of modern Chinese art about where he comes from, and where he’s going.
We documented the different beers we drank over one week in the city.
“Starting a business is almost a must-do for young people in Yiwu, like getting married and having babies”
At a local noodle house in Shanghai’s Jing An district, two friends go out for a bite.
The neighborhood of Houhai in the heart of Beijing, with its bevy or bars and cafes surrounding an oblong lake (also called Houhai), teems with tourists and day-trippers during these warm months. But for as long as I can remember, I’ve associated Houhai with its swimmers…
China's New Fitness Craze
Jingjing and Yajun speak with Michelle Obama’s former spin instructor, who recently brought his talents to China
Chengdu Underground w/ Kristen Ng
Kiwi/Chinese cultural maven Kristen Ng describes the underground flows that she helps to facilitate in Chengdu
The Breastfeeding Dilemma
Yajun and Jingjing are joined by Grace Zhang, who juggles raising a baby with excelling in a highly demanding job
Travel in New Style
Breaking the stereotype of “the Chinese tourist” with seasoned traveler and mountaineer Annie Huang
A Chinese mother’s life in three different countries
Jingjing and Yajun sit down with Handan Bao, a mother with two children who has lived in three different countries over the past 8 years
Meet Your Hosts
Yajun and Jingjing share personal stories about growing up as only children, learning English from Sex and the City, and ideology clashes with their parents’ generation