Last week, China named Cuban strongman Fidel Castro the latest recipient of the Confucius Peace Prize, but the Peace Prize isn’t China’s only wholesale commandeering of her most famous sage, known for his philosophy of ethics and morals.
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