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For Rural Chinese Women, a Plot of Land Is Too Much to Ask

Traditional notions that brides should move in with their in-laws leaves countless women without fields to farm.

TV Show’s ‘Positive’ Spin on Hit Lyric Draws Rebuke From Singer

COVID Cases From a Small County Spill to Other Chinese Cities

With Jobs Scarce, China’s Graduates Dream Small

China’s largest-ever graduating class faces the weakest job market in decades.

Nie Riming

Researcher

Putting the ‘Open’ Back in Shanghai’s Reopening

Liu Qing

editor

Sanitizing a Chinese Shakespeare

‘Ice Cream Assassins’ Are Killing Summer Vibes, Consumers Say

Abrupt Closure of Non-Academic Training Centers Raises Questions

Young Chinese Have Shunned Marriage. Now, They Want Singles’ Rights.

The Chinese government is desperate for millennials to get married and start families. Young women have another agenda entirely.

Peng Yanhui

Activist

For China’s Same-Sex Couples, Even Guardianship Is Often Out of Reach

Tu Xinyun

Scholar

How China Can Better Protect Its Juvenile Offenders