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The Last of the Oroqen Hunters

Wu Haiyun

In the frozen wilderness of China’s Hinggan Mountains, an ethnic minority group watches its heritage slip away amid tightening gun control.


How Blockbuster Movies Capture China’s Changing Nationalism

Wu Haiyun

Now the country’s highest-grossing film ever, ‘Wolf Warrior 2’ merges Hollywood-style thrills with state-sanctioned patriotism.


Why Public Intellectuals Have Become Targets of Online Abuse in China

Wu Haiyun

To young and patriotic internet users, established Chinese literati come across as condescending, intolerant, and sometimes bigoted.


How Chinese People Make Western Names for Themselves

Wu Haiyun

When English learners combine foreign language proficiency with traditional naming practices, the results can be unexpected.


How ‘Little Fresh Meats’ Are Winning China Over

Wu Haiyun

Chinese women are using their power as consumers to change traditional stereotypes of male beauty.

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