Tag: china

To Choose or not to Choose: That is the Question – for Myanmar

The low sonorous murmurs of Buddhist prayer rising above the sea of twinkling golden stupas becomes distant and distorted, as the startling bright lights of […]

China’s Internal Migrants: Flowing into big cities – but ending up with disappointment?

When I first talked to Xiao Zhang he was packing his bag in a tiny, shabby room near a construction site where he worked. He […]

Trading Freedom for Functionality: China’s app Censorship

WeChat, China’s most popular messaging app is an integral part of Chinese contemporary culture. The app has over 800 million active users, 90% being Chinese, and […]

Strait differences: attitudes towards same-gender rights in Taiwan and Mainland China

On the 24th of May, the Taiwanese Constitutional Court invalided marriage law defining unions between a man and a woman. The court ordered the parliament […]