Issue 2: Religion and Spirituality

By Editor Religion and spirituality are a crucial part of life, culture and politics in contemporary China. In spite of often brutal attempts at eradication during the Cultural Revolution (1966-1976), many different kinds of religion and spiritual practice have been… more
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Issue 1: Fashion, Beauty and Nation

By Editor Fashion and beauty may sometimes seem a trivial matter, but they are matters that sit right at the heart of contemporary culture and are often deeply political. Sartorial and cosmetic ‘choices’ are much more than simply questions of… more
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The Loneliest Generation

Written by Cassie Lin In October, 2015, China announced the decision of ending the decades-long “One-Child Policy”. The policy was introduced in 1979, and stayed in the centre of international discussion for many years. With the abolition of the “One-Child Policy”, those Chinese children born in… more
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