Wang Lianzhang

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2017/07/24 | Wang Lianzhang

China’s Trendiest Party Drug

Everybody likes to laugh, but some are taking it too far.

2017/04/19 | Wang Lianzhang

Students Hold Anti-Gay Banner at Chinese University

Homophobic message angers LGBT students and reveals ongoing discrimination on Chinese college campuses.

2017/04/14 | Wang Lianzhang

Phone Chargers: China’s Latest Sharing Economy Fad

Laidian, the first company to introduce shared charging in China, is suing its competitors.

2017/03/07 | Wang Lianzhang

Sex Ed Books for Primary Schoolers Shock Chinese Parents

The majority of online commenters, however, say candid sex education materials are a step forward.

2017/01/13 | Wang Lianzhang

Shenzhen Closes Door on Blind Migrants

The city’s ‘hukou’ regulations say people with disabilities cannot become official residents.

2016/12/29 | Wang Lianzhang

E-Commerce Seller Sabotages Competition in China, Receives Jail Sentence

First prison conviction in China for an e-commerce merchant found guilty of deceptive sales tactics.

2016/12/20 | Wang Lianzhang

China County Official Apologizes to Journalists Assaulted by Police

Deputy police chief removed from his post after reporters were roughed up during interrogation.

2016/12/19 | Wang Lianzhang

Companies, Investors Pouring into China’s Bike-Sharing Market

Forever, one of Shanghai’s oldest bicycle brands, is among the many companies to have entered the fray.

2016/12/06 | Wang Lianzhang

Chinese Kindergarten Teachers Detained After Recording Reveals Abuse

The case came to light after parents who had noticed marks on child’s body hid a recording device in a schoolbag.

2016/11/22 | Wang Lianzhang

Sino Sequel to Emma Watson Book-Sharing Story

‘Harry Potter’ actress inspires Chinese netizens to leave books in metro stations and train carriages.

2016/10/13 | Wang Lianzhang

Chinese Startup Putting Toxic Kids’ Products to the Test

A Chinese parent concerned about potentially harmful stationery used by children founds a scientific-sleuthing company.