Dr Jane Du comments on models for public housing and the major shortages of Hong Kong’s housing sector.
Despite the emancipation of women in China in 1949, sexual harassment and inequality in the workplace are still the norm, writes Dr Jieyu Liu.
Andrea Janku comments on the Communist Party of China’s latest programme of education marking it’s 100th anniversary, which aims to harness the power of youth in its own interests.
China’s is now allowing couples to have three children. But the policy’s implications for working women and their families mean few will welcome the change with open arms, writes Dr Jieyu Liu.
Sang celebrates self-deprecation and negative emotions, its followers catapulted an unlikely and unenthusiastic Russian singer to the finale of a Chinese boy band show.
Ethical Western shoppers should choose brands that are being punished in China for showing corporate social responsibility, writes Professor Steve Tsang.
Professor Rachel Harris discusses her new book on the religious revival which spread through Uyghur communities in Xinjiang in the late 20th and early 21st centuries.
Dr Grace (Yu) Mou comments on the case of Zhang Yuhuan and wrongful convictions in China.
Is China’s political system really the problem? Dr Dic Lo examines the contrast between China and the West, particularly the US, in their performances of containing Covid-19.
An interview with Professor Rachel Harris about state repression of the Uyghurs in Xinjiang.