"Rice Bunny" has become social media shorthand for discussions about #MeToo and sexual harassment.
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“Many Chinese people have felt that they’ve been discriminated against but didn’t have the courage to speak out."
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I fell in love with China, and live in Shanghai with my wife and three sons since September 2012. With my teams at the FRED
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The documentary in question is very interesting, produced by CCTV, which is the main TV channel in China. It's a governmental
China to dominate space within 10 years I fell in love with China, and live in Shanghai with my wife and three sons since
The HotPost of the week is Leonardo DiCaprio who just opened his Weibo account. His first post generated 162,000 reposts
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China presents a fascinating place for startup founders or founder-wannabes. Despite its status as the world's second largest economy, it is still considered a developing country with plenty of space for technological and social disruption.
So when Chinese people discovered the complexity and the abstraction if these French topics, they decided that the Chinese
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This week's HotTopic is about skin care products in China. There was a kind of game going on where girls would gather up all the skin care products they had in their bathroom, and then post the products on social media.
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This week's HotTopic is an A4 piece of paper. It all started with a Chinese actress who posted a picture of her holding a piece of paper in the vertical position, hiding her waist. Thereby showing how thin her waist is.