Blockbuster highlights China’s urgent need for affordable cancer drugs and generic alternativesBlockbuster highlights China’s urgent need for affordable cancer drugs and generic alternativesDying to Survive, China’s second blockbuster in real sense after Wolf Warrior 2, has raked in 1.33 billion yuan in merely four days. The comedy drama is the first Chinese-language film in 16 years getting 9 out of 10 on douban.com, a film rating website, based on 366, 340 reviews from Internet user

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Michael Tsai – setting a new culinary trendMichael Tsai – setting a new culinary trendWhile Korean-Mexican fusion food became a popular trend in the US in 2009, soon after the first food-truck serving Korean tacos and Kogi …

A reporter’s endless pursuit of truthA reporter’s endless pursuit of truthSince the May 1998 riots in Indonesia, she has been covering international news, and traveling alone all around the world, often in the m…

Fan Popo - a post-80s LGBT moviemakerFan Popo - a post-80s LGBT moviemakerWhile being a gay was a secret in the middle school, coming out in the college was not that hard. It was in 2004 when Fan Popo told his r…

Colin Friedman’s ‘netbonding’ in BeijingColin Friedman’s ‘netbonding’ in BeijingChina began to cooperate with Israel on agriculture in 1990s. It brought in not only revolutionary pilot projects but also an irrigation …