Let the fires blaze: Women workers and MeToo

Let the fires blaze: Women workers and MeToo

#MeToo in China was hardly a hashtag popularized by celebrities; it was an expression of the post-Feminist Five generation1 finding new ways of organizing within the context of emerging social tensions across the country. Creatively reinterpreting “Me Too” in the face...
The Changing Geography of Chinese Industry: Data Brief

The Changing Geography of Chinese Industry: Data Brief

In recent years, probably the central topic of China journalism has been the country’s slowing GDP growth rate, resulting in renewed predictions of looming crisis and impending political collapse. Though apparently tracking the cutting edge of economic trends, reports...
Requiem for the ‘Living Dead’: Ten years after 7-5

Requiem for the ‘Living Dead’: Ten years after 7-5

We’re reposting this from SupChina.com (where it was published on July 3) with their permission because we find it the most informative, as well as profoundly moving, set of personal accounts of the Ürümqi events of July 2009, of which one of these interviewees...