• Crowds Return to Quake-hit SitesFebruary 22, 2009Nestled deep in the mountain folds of Sichuan, Beichuan was a popular holiday spot before the quake but saw a sharp fall in tourism after the disaster last year. But the visitors...
  • Two New Years in TibetFebruary 1, 2009I arrived in Nyingchi prefecture of eastern Tibet autonomous region last November. The Dongbitang village is near the town of Menri but is rarely visited and has kept the...
  • Optimism Defeats Slowdown in ShanghaiJanuary 25, 2009The economic recession seems to have disappeared from the streets of Shanghai. At least, that's the way it feels. With the Lunar New Year just around the corner, walk the city...
  • Gender-disaggregated Data Works BestJanuary 20, 2009Gender-disaggregated data portrays, analyzes, studies and judges social phenomena from a gender perspective, and thus reflects the effect on both men and women of social and...
  • Sun, Sand and Bare TruthJanuary 9, 2009This week, Zhang Ziyi, an even bigger star appeared, seminude, in dozens of photos made public and betraying no hint of PhotoShop meddling.
  • New China, the Big PictureDecember 19, 2008What happens when China's most prominent photographers put their signature works together for a single grand event? Visitors to a new exhibition, China, Portrait of a Country, can ...
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