Where Have All the Chinese International Students Gone?
At first, the declining number of Chinese international students in the United States might be chalked up as another COVID-19 misfortune. The timeline does match: in a sobering report, The…Read More
The Pillar of a Rising Great Power: State-owned Enterprises in China
“It is already four in the afternoon. Are you sure you want to finish drawing these accounting documents?” a manager asked me while I was working on an external audit…Read More
Cross-Cultural Adaptation of the Chinese TV Drama: Q&A with Professor Wanlin Li
Zhen Huan Zhuan（甄嬛傳）, or Empresses in the Palace, is a 2011 historical drama adapted from an online romance novel. As its title indicates, the story of Zhen Huan Zhuan focuses…Read More
From Arm Sales to Semiconductor Affairs: The Evolution of Taiwan’s Geopolitical Importance to the United States
“The one-China principle is the political foundation of China-US relations,” - Mao Ning, the Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson. While China has laid claim to Taiwan’s sovereignty ever since the end…Read More
What Is Next for China’s Esports Industry?
With eyes focused on bright computer screens with daily training extending past midnight, esports are becoming mainstream. In 2021, millions of fans around the world celebrated China’s third largest esports…Read More