Chinese academician awarded 2018 Sjöberg Prize for curing deadly blood cancerChinese academician awarded 2018 Sjöberg Prize for curing deadly blood cancerA Chinese academician was recently awarded the 2018 Sjöberg Prize by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, once again drawing worldwide attention to the “Chinese therapy” that has cured a specific acute leukemia that used to be one of the most deadly types of cancer, reported the G

Writers' careers found in translationWriters' careers found in translation Julia Lovell (China Daily) With demand for Chinese literature growing in the English speaking world, translators have rarely been s…

The ride of his lifeThe ride of his life French artist Niko de La Faye and his kinetic sculpture M2B in Beijing Photo: Mathias Megg When French artist Niko de la Faye decided …

Teaching in ChinaTeaching in China Brendan O'Reilly, an educator from Seattle, poses on Jiujiang University's campus. During the hour-and-a-half jou…

Cheese and auberginesCheese and aubergines Sam Harman, an oral English teacher in Guangdong, poses with a Chinese girl. I moved to China 4 months ago today. It has been…

So far, so bad...and that's goodSo far, so bad...and that's good Uri Toch, an associated professor of College of Lake County, Grayslake, Illinois,poses with Chinese basketball star Yao Ming wax fi…

Little Red's interrogationLittle Red's interrogation Andrew Symonds(upper left),a teacher living and working in Chongqing, poses with his friends. "You don't look Chinese" said the little…