Two-Sided Story: Show about Sisters Takes on Bigger Issue

With shows like The Empress (武媚娘) and Journey to the West (西游记), much of China’s television spins yarn into fantastic renditions of ancient culture and myth, but with Hakka Sisters,

Map of the Future: Customize Your Prophetic Practices

There is a curiosity that lingers around what the future holds. Fortune telling is practiced around the world in various forms, all with the same objective—a lens into the future.

Crafty Couple: Disability Sparks a Lifetime of Artistry

Huang Xueyu, 72, lives nearby the Dongjiang River surrounded by a beautiful scene of willows growing around a clear pond, but for an entire life he has scarcely stepped away

Cricket King: Enduring the Sounds of Battle

“Chirp. Chirp, chirp.” The cacophony of crickets is heard after pushing the rusty knocker of a black wooden door. Stepping through a doorway to hear the summer noise of the

Moving South: MIDI Festival Rocks Guangdong

It was just a few years ago that the cancellations of some of China’s music festivals and the rumors that followed caused concern that the country’s growing underground rock ‘n’

Women of the Comb

Better Single than Oppressed In a two-story, dark grey sotto-portico-style house in Dongguan’s Hengli Town once lived eight unmarried women, but now there’s only the last one. She is Ouxiao Yin.