under the dome

Dolores Claiborne King's novel Dolores Claiborne was adapted into the 1995 film starring (again) Kathy Bates. When housekeeper
Social media responded: if air quality levels 40 times higher than the World Health Organization's standard for safe air
Pollution has soared to abnormal levels in Beijing over the past few days.
Air pollution is now at hazardous levels in the Chinese capital.
Thirty-two hours later, the Chinese Communist Party's anti-corruption commission issued a short notice on its website announcing
BEIJING -- "Under the Dome" displays the growing power of social media in China today. It is not a production of any official filmmaking companies, whose products have traditionally dominated the Chinese TV and film screens. This dominance, however, has been challenged by the rising mobile internet and social media. With an exploding 730 million user accounts of mobile Internet in 2014, more and more Chinese individuals are putting up their self-made videos on entertaining portals like youku and iQiyi,
In a country so far away from Americans, or those in other Western countries, China's environmental problems seem big. And, they are. But the human cost is less tangible or even understood, which is why I am writing about my friend, the 26-year-old with a lump in her breast.
China operates one of the world's most sophisticated online censorship mechanisms, known as the Great Firewall. Censors keep
First you have to decide whether to listen to me or not: keep in mind, kemosabes, that Stephen King has sold 350 million novels, and I have sold 11.
“It’s a responsibility to be directly involved,” he told Buzzfeed. “I sometimes tell people that the ideal situation is, if