Blurred Men’s Earrings on Video Site iQiyi Draws Criticism

Another Chinese Health Product Company Investigated for Quackery


One Baby, Two Fathers: The Rise of Gay Men Turning to Surrogacy

Bureaucracy and taboos mean becoming a father is still difficult for the Chinese LGBT community — and prohibitively expensive.

License to Nil: Why China’s Tourists Aren’t Able to Drive Abroad

Zhang Duanhong

Associate professor

The Problem With Chinese Universities? Not Enough Dropouts

Alipay Brings Cashless Payments to Beijing Prisons

TikTok’s Parent Company Launches Another Social Video App


Why China’s Young Doctors Want Out of the System

Low pay, long hours, and conflict with patients are pushing once-idealistic medics out of public hospitals.

Chen Silin

Graduate student

The Philosophical Pragmatism of ‘Outcast’

The Other Side of the Tracks: Moral Psychology in China