Moscow Is About to Build a Surveillance System to Rival China's Dystopian Nightmare
A court ruling clears the way for the city to install hundreds of thousands of cameras and build a system inspired by the one China uses to surveil Muslims.
Chinese Antivirus Companies Don’t Flag Chinese Border Malware
After a joint investigation found China installing malware on tourists’ phones, several antivirus companies started flagging the app. Several Chinese companies did not, however.
Antivirus Companies Now Flag Malware China Installs on Tourists’ Phones
After a collaborative investigation found Chinese authorities were planting malware on the phones of travellers, Symantec, Malwarebytes and other cybersecurity firms have updated their products.
The Most Mesmerizing Bazaar in China Is Overflowing with Camel Milk and Sheep Stew
With its abundance of yak yogurts, laghman noodles, and bleating sheep—and a general lack of Han Chinese—Kashgar doesn’t feel like a city in China.
A Brief Introduction to Muslim Chinese Food
With a Muslim population of roughly 23 million, China has more followers of Islam than many Arab countries, and an entire subset of Chinese cuisine has developed as a result.
A Muslim Minority Keeps Clashing With the 'China Dream' in the Country's Increasingly Wild West
China blames the 'religious extremism' of the Uighurs for violence in the resource-rich region of Xinjiang, but residents say the real culprit is government-driven migration and economic development that ignores the need for cultural integration.