China’s Skilling Machine: How Trade Schools Are Stepping Up

Despite a surge in demand, factory jobs have few takers. Vocational colleges offering new skills may be the key.

China Plans for People to Live Near Their Parents

Cautious Optimism Over China’s Plan to Promote Breastfeeding

Through the Glass Ceiling, and Beyond

When astronomer Ye Shuhua fought for a men-only job in 1951, it turned out to be the first of many barriers she broke through.

Jiang Jun

Curator

Art for the Countryside’s Sake

Liu Qing

editor

Is There a Future for the ‘Chinese School of Animation’?

Charges Dropped Against Mother Procuring Unapproved Epilepsy Drug

China Aims to Implement Real-Time Power Trading Across Regions

Will the Next ‘Squid Game’ Be Made in China?

Korean dramas stole the headlines in 2021. But China is also quietly emerging as a global TV powerhouse — and the U.S. streaming gi……

Kong Degang

Lecturer

How Video Games Fueled the Rise of Chinese Fantasy

Wang Zijin

Researcher

Chinese Vocational Schools Have a Discipline Problem