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Sunday, December 16, 2018
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People walk past a booth of NetEase Comics at the CCG Expo in Shanghai

Fox Spirits and Demons: China’s Tech Giants Splash Out in Cartoon...

By Pei Li, Anita Li and Adam Jourdan HANGZHOU, China (Reuters) Growing up in the Chinese port city of Dalian in the 1990s, Zhang Hongchang...
Butchered dogs are transported to a vendor's stall at a market during the local dog meat festival in Yulin

Home of China’s Dog Meat Festival Defiant amid Outcry

By Joyce Zhou and Christian Shepherd YULIN, China (Reuters) Residents of China's southern city of Yulin defended eating dog meat to celebrate the summer solstice...
Teachers in red tee-shirts talk with a student before he enters the venue for the annual national college entrance examination, or "gaokao", in Beijing

Chinese Students Sport Nike in Turnout at ‘Gaokao’ Exam

By Ryan Woo BEIJING (Reuters) Lu Mengqi showed up for the first day of China's annual college entrance exam, known as the "gaokao", in a...
The Wider Image: China's Lisu aim to save crossbow culture

China’s Lisu Aim to Save Crossbow Culture

By Joseph Campbell LUSHUI, China (Reuters) Deep inside mountains along the China-Myanmar border, a 26-year-old ethnic Lisu villager, surnamed Zhang, sharpens his crossbow arrows to...
Chinese artist Ai Weiwei stands in front of his artwork consisting of a 60-metre rubber raft installation titled 'Law of the Journey' which includes around 300 figures representing refugees, during a media call for the Biennale of Sydney in Australia

Artist Ai Weiwei Unfazed by China Ending Presidential Term Limits

SYDNEY (Reuters)  China's removal of presidential term limits, effectively letting President Xi Jinping hold office for life, will have no impact on its culture, artist...
Citizens celebrate China's Lunar New Year with fireworks on early morning of January 28, 2017, in Beijing

China’s Millennium-Old Fireworks Hub Grapples with Bans and Shifting Traditions

By Philip Wen and Thomas Suen LIUYANG, China (Reuters) From the concrete bunkers carved into the hillside, where workers gingerly handle piles of explosive black...
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