When an American historian tries to translate his latest book into Chinese, wacky hilarity ensues. .
What can a 1962 Xinhua poster tell us about Sino-US Relations during the Cold War? Guest post by author Scott D. Seligman.
Just because Lei Feng’s diary is about as real as a herd of purple unicorns doesn’t take anything away from the central message: It’s nice to be nice…and always follow the Chairman!
Chinese media called Amb. Locke a “banana,” but Chinese history is filled with those who transcended “identity” http://wp.me/pgK30-1CF
The Dingyuan, flagship of the Beiyang Fleet, was as impressive a ship as sailed in the Western Pacific but she suffered from one catastrophic design flaw.