china

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It’s 2019 and Scientists In China Have Created Mind-Controlled Rat Cyborgs

A team in China figured out a way to take control of a rat and "steer" it through a maze with their thoughts.
Gavin Butler
2 days ago
crime

This Woman Killed Hundreds Of Elephants For Their Ivory. Cops Finally Caught Her.

Chinese criminal Yang Fenlan faces 15 years in prison for managing an organized group that poached endangered elephants
Edoardo Liotta
2 days ago
pride

Members of China Pride NZ On Growing Up Gay in China

And finding acceptance in New Zealand.
Zeng
4 days ago
tibet

Why More Tibetan Nomads Are Going Vegetarian

Over the last 15 years, a wave of Tibetans has fully embraced vegetarianism, as nomads and previously isolated towns have gotten access to other foods besides yak products.
Clarissa Wei
2.18.19
Appetite

Bull’s Balls, Love Cucumbers & Human Flesh | The World’s Weirdest Aphrodisiacs

Sex and food have always gone hand in hand, but never quite like this...
Anastasia Miari
2.16.19
Lunar New Year

Chinese Australians Reminisce on Scoring Red Pockets and Feasting on New Years

We asked people for their memories of food, family, and being interrogated about their marriage plans.
Christopher Kevin Au
2.6.19
Ásia

Photos of 1.5 Billion People Traveling Home for Lunar New Year

The world's largest annual human migration sees airports, train stations, and freeways flooded with droves of people heading home.
Gavin Butler
2.6.19
china

A Chinese Woman Dumped Her Boyfriend Because His New Year's Feast Sucked

The food her boyfriend’s parents served her for Chinese New Year just wasn’t up to snuff.
Alex Swerdloff
2.5.19
Art

Step Inside a Multicolored Wonderland of Handmade Chinese Lanterns

Light installations, including a dragon over 200' in length, featuring thousands of LEDs, illuminate a London park.
Kevin Holmes
2.5.19
Taiwan

What It Really Feels Like to Get a Massage Using Real Knives

The ancient Chinese practice is surprisingly relaxing and healing.
Randy Mulyanto
2.5.19
weight

Being the Fat Girl in a Big Fat Asian Family

When Chinese New Year rolls around, Asian women like me know it's open season for family comments on our weight. But a much deeper cultural problem lies underneath the fat jokes, and it's driving some to crash diets and disordered eating.
Angela Hui
2.4.19
china

Chinese Cave Graffiti Contains 500 Years of Climate Data

For the first time, researchers find a direct link between historical cave inscriptions and geochemical records.
Emiko Jozuka
2.3.19
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