How Chinese Fans Enforce Chinese Nationalism on the World
By Siru Chen
Chinese fans are quick to call out idols for crossing political red lines -- and those norms are being internalized in the global pop culture industry.
How Do Chinese Netizens View the US-China Trade War?
By Chuchu Zhang and Chaowei Xiao
Most Chinese netizens aren’t overly concerned about the trade tensions with the United States.
China’s Next Internet Crackdown
By Sarah Cook
China's Cybersecurity Law could take internet censorship to a new high.
China: What If Atheism Is a Religion?
By DD Wu
China’s Communist Youth League posted a video to advocate atheism.
Why Do Chinese Netizens Love Donald Trump?
By Yan Gu
What's behind “Emperor Trump's” popularity: authoritarianism, conservatism, or pragmatism?
In Defense of Zhou Xiaoping, China's Patriotic Blogger
By Yang Hengjun
Zhou Xiaoping is a product of the extreme tendencies of both China's supporters and China's critics.
The Two Faces of the Uyghurs
By Mu Chunshan
A lack of trust between Uyghur and Han will continue to frustrate efforts to achieve ethic unity.
A Chill, Ill Wind Blows Across China
A vigorous anti-corruption campaign is accompanied by an equally strong crackdown on Chinese netizens.