Surely there’s no ivy on the Golden Arches, but Chinese students are trading big-name colleges for Big Macs.
In America, Amy Chua’s a “Tiger Mother.” In China, she’s something else entirely.
Last night on the Report, Colbert joked about parenting, punishment and pedophilia. Amy Chua sent him to his room.
A city the size of Switzerland? If China gets its way, yes.
When you think about Apple being accused of ignoring safety conditions at its contractors’ factories, your shiny new iPhone may lose some luster.
With good reason, China’s banning animal circuses: they’re popular at zoos, but unless you consider animals being ripped to shreds by tigers as entertainment, you may be in the wrong place.
New World Bank figures suggest the Tiger may outpace the Dragon by 2012.
Does it look like a bad day to go out for a run? Maybe a little too hazy out there? Here’s a tip: It is. Don’t do it.
The U.S. seems to have been taken over by the Chinese government with a massive ad splattered right in the middle of Times Square. (via Shanghaiist)
Watch China’s president storm the White House, install a portrait of Chairman Mao in the Oval Office and take a body shot a Hooters.
How far would China’s conservationists go to safeguard the country’s giant pandas, a struggling species of a couple thousand? This far: oversized, fuzzily oppressive bear costumes.
Ahead of high-profile meetings between Barack Obama and his Chinese counterpart, the New York Times calls Hu Jintao “the weakest leader of the Communist era.” Ouch.