In their own ways, Red Dawn and Skyfall made major efforts to accomodate the growing Chinese film market.
In Shanghai as the American presidential election results roll in, Jeffrey Wasserstrom notes that the locals enjoy a chance to participate — in another country's contest.
A look at how other nations beat out American schools and some advice from Bill Gates.
Children horsing around during their day off from school in Shanghai on March 10, 2012. (jijis/Flickr)
The former Pulitzer-nominated New York Times correspondent bridges cultural barriers to take striking portraits of Chinese people.
After months of documenting China's air quality, Asia Society's China Air Daily project will now take its findings to an international photography festival in China's Shanxi Province.
We revisit the history of writer Pearl Buck, who catapulted into international celebrity (and a Nobel Prize in Literature) virtually overnight from obscurity and semi-poverty.
The information the U.S. shares on air quality in China has a lot of value, even if it isn’t the most precise or comprehensive, writes Michael Zhao.
After a brief primer on the "wicked old treaty port" of Shanghai, Asia Society Associate Fellow Jeffrey Wasserstrom suggests some China-crime-themed summer reading.
A bird cage hangs inside a house in Shanghai, China on April 7, 2012. (Mark Heath/Flickr)
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