Sexism and gender stereotyping in Chinese advertising

Sexism and gender stereotyping in Chinese advertising

By Jiayun Feng | April 1, 2020 Illustration by Derek Zheng In China, women are making up a bigger part of the workforce and the economy. According to Hurun, a Shanghai-based research company, Chinese businesswomen account for more than half of the world’s self-made...
Chinese scientists in America face special scrutiny. Why?

Chinese scientists in America face special scrutiny. Why?

By Luz Ding | March 25, 2020 Illustration by Alphabetes Last January, Tán Wèihóng 谭蔚泓 was forced to resign from the University of Florida after an internal investigation revealed he had undisclosed ties to China. In this story, the Tampa Bay Times refers to him as...
A guide to navigating Chinese media

A guide to navigating Chinese media

By Jin Ding | February 27, 2020 Illustration by Derek Zheng On February 18, the U.S. State Department designated five Chinese media outlets — Xinhua, CGTN, China Radio, China Daily, and People’s Daily — as operatives of the state, meaning they will be subject to the...