Peng Yanhui still remembers shuddering when he testified in court about the bogus treatment that doctors were falsely advertising as a “cure” for homosexuality. His 2014 lawsuit alleged that health clinics had defrauded consumers, and he won.
Killer whales debuted at China’s largest aquarium, sparking concerns worldwide that the country is repeating similar mistakes that plagued some U.S. marine parks.
Map of parks & mammals held: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1mjRPbO82IdHc-KDe7vUY4rFd-1M&usp=sharing
Dead-wrong polls, record turnout yielded surprising results and jolted Beijing.
For half a century, a son has mourned his father’s passing but didn’t want to dwell on how he really died during the heady early days of the Cultural Revolution.
Many determined visitors venture here in order to gaze at the open wounds of history. (The museum has since been shuttered.)
40 years after deadly quake, Chinese seismologists trying to figure out when the Big One will strike
For the past half-century, one aspect of seismology with Chinese characteristics has endured: the quest to predict quakes.
As China has dismantled its welfare state, workers approaching retirement age face a stark future.
“We can’t retire, and we can’t find work," said migrant worker Qin Renfang.
Hong Kongers enjoy unfettered Internet freedom the Great Firewall of China, but a proposed bill may threaten the freedom of expression online.
A long-living people with a long memory, Okinawans forged their pacifist conviction with bloodshed in WWII. Heavy U.S. military presence is "harmful to their security," they say.