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November 2014 Issue | by News China Magazine | Exhibition

China Through a Lens

Photo by CFP

May 2014 Issue | by Xie Ying | Three Gorges Dam


The Central Committee for Discipline Inspection has trained its crosshairs on the State-owned Three Gorges Corporation - putting a previously untouchable prestige project in the firing line of its expanding anti-corruption campaign

June 2013 Issue | by News China Magazine | Music

Rock Exchange

Photo by Gao Zheng

July 2012 Issue | by Wang Chen | Yunnan Bombing

A Most Convenient Suspect

A hastily-concluded investigation into the bombing of a government building in Yunnan Province has been re-opened due to public pressure. Why aren’t local residents swallowing the official line?

June 2016 Issue | by News China Magazine

The impact of China’s tax reform will go beyond economics

China’s tax code has become a major contributor to the hot-button issues of rocketing housing prices and industrial overcapacity.

June 2016 Issue | by Li Jia, Xu Tian | Urbanization

Changing Hands

Chen Xiwen, one of China’s most prominent specialists on rural affairs, strongly opposes recent proposals to overturn China’s land ownership system and allow urbanites to buy the rural residential land left unattended by migrant workers

June 2016 Issue | by Xie Ying, Cai Rupeng | Social Insurance

Who Pays the Price?

As more local governments cut employer contributions to social insurance funds in order to boost struggling businesses, employees worry they will ultimately foot the bill

June 2016 Issue | by Wan Jiahuan, Yi Ziyi | Gen 2-D

Breaking the Wall

A heady mix of technology and market forces is expanding China’s market for digital entertainment and feeding the dreams of a young generation comfortable with inhabiting an entirely virtual social landscape

June 2016 Issue | by Wan Jiahuan, Yi Ziyi | Gen 2-D

Final Fantasists

China’s 2-D youth have embraced Japanese anime culture and are quietly building their own universe as far removed as possible from the grind of daily life

June 2016 Issue | by Yu Xiaodong | G7 and China

Pressure Point

Tensions over China’s disputes with the US and Japan are now landing on the agendas of international platforms like the G7

June 2016 Issue | by Yu Xiaodong | Donald Trump

Mixed Feelings

Despite Donald Trump’s tough stance on China, the prospect of his presidency is welcomed by many across the Pacific

June 2016 Issue | by Wang Shan | Blood Shortage

Pennies for Plasma

Chronic seasonal blood shortages have created a huge black market for blood across China.

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