“I Can I BB” proves that rational, effective and comprehensive public discourse for controversial topics is possible.
These are not your mama’s Tangyuan. Vote for your favorite!
We honor the legacy of the late Corky Lee's photography of Asian-American history in action. Lee passed of COVID-19 on January 27.
Xiangsheng comedian Guo Degang stirred up an internet debate with his statement, “It’s not discriminaition, but respect for women.”
Check out our informational recipe video on how to make Chinese New Year even sweeter with this classic Hong Kong egg tart.
Make sure to check out both parts of our Chinese New Year cooking series! We’re doing Hong Kong egg tarts, and now Chive and Egg...
It’s the moment we have all been waiting for… the winner of #WhySpeakChinese2020 has finally been chosen! If you haven’t heard about our #WhySpeakChinese2020 contest,...
Chinese restaurants are suffering. If you love Chinese food, here are three ways you can help #SaveChineseRestaurants while celebrating Chinese New Year!
The Lunar New Year is finally upon us! We teamed up with TikToker Gege the Jing and Malaysian Youtuber Dan Khoo to share our stories.
How do you celebrate your Chinese New Year? What will 2021 bring? Check out your fortune with this quiz!
The Cantonese New Year’s Flower Fair is my favorite among all the Lunar New Year traditions.
Although COVID-19 has ruined many things, it can’t stop people from dressing up for the New Year. This year, we're going out in style.
How well do you know your Chinese Zodiac Sign? What does 2021 hold in store for your sign? Find out below!
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Want to go beyond the traditional cookie spree? Expand your horizons with these tasty Chinese holiday cookie recipes!
Don't have anything to watch? Trying to learn Chinese? Love history? These Chinese historical dramas are perfect for you!
The newly-released donghua, “Heaven Official’s Blessing” (天官赐福, Tiān Guān Cì Fú) features LGBTQ representation, a new phenomena for Chinese media.
Sheryl Sandberg of Facebook has talked about women leaning in--but how is it different when you're not just a woman, but an Asian woman?
While Asian creators continue to make their voices heard, they have not received due recognition from Western-based award shows.
An Ode to Chinese Christmases gone by.
“3811” by Tan Weiwei has proved to be an outspoken album on domestic violence, female empowerment, and more.
Did you catch Chinosity's 12 Days of Chengyu? If not, have no fear! Our recap is here.
Is Classical Chinese still used today? Do you have to know it to speak Chinese fluently?
Guest post: Kwadwo [QUĀY.jo], creator of Elementary Chinese, helps expats in China learn the day-to-day Chinese they need – to communicate what they want.
The speech of one of the most influential businessmen shook and divided not only the Chinese, but the globe
“My husband just bought me a pink Lamborghini. Ugh, the color is so ugly! How can I let him know that I hate this color?”
Songs on China’s TikTok that got stuck in people’s heads this year.
With the hectic energy of 2020, fashion was one of the few stable places of self-expression during the pandemic. Here’s a look at the top...
In a year of pandemic chaos, many business did not just adapt to online work, but managed to showcase brilliance.
How much do you know about the Chinese American communities in the American South? Read more for a history overlooked.
I was able to find solace in the various films released this year. Here are my personal top five films from 2020 that centered on...
Would you eat Lauren Ko's instagram-worthy, geometric pies?
The new exercise parks popping up in China have shown a marked improvement in the elderly's quality of life.
Chinese language is an enigma...but that doesn't mean you can't understand its clever wordplay, starting with Chinese internet homophones
Let’s look at the story behind a charming and iconic garment of Shanghai -- the qipao!
Today, December 13th is the 83rd anniversary of the Nanjing Massacre. Writer Andrew Gao remembers visiting the Nanjing Massacre Memorial hall for the first time.
Nowadays, wuxia stories are widespread throughout China. One of the reasons why it has become such a popular genre lies in its themes.
Tattoo artist Ma Jia shared her vision of the tattoo industry in China
Let me bring you into the elegant and fascinating world of Jiangnan water towns!
In light of rising accusations of sexual assault in China, new materials in sex education push us to reevaluate how we educate our youth on...
In a country where the older generations still remember the pain and poverty of their youth, having meat at every meal is a point of...
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