When it comes to bridal fashion in the U.S., anything goes. From the wedding cape to the formal slack to the matrimonial head brace, no choice is too bold for your big day—the day you become a real person and not just an idea ghost. The same is not true in China’s capital.
In a historic move, the United States Fish and Wildlife Service will finally enact a near-total ban on the commercial trade of African elephant ivory that aggressively expands previous restrictions on the trade, with the aim of reducing the ruthless and widespread poaching of African elephants that has pushed their…
Chinese authorities are cracking down on “inappropriate and erotic” content on live-streaming sites, and have now officially banned “seductively eating bananas” and wearing stockings and suspenders. Anyone at Jezebel will attest that that is literally my entire diet and wardrobe, so this news is disconcerting to me…
Under Armour is a popular American athletic apparel brand that sells clothing athletes and struggle-athletes love. Uncle Martian is not...yet.
Chinese regulators don’t want to see any more children on reality TV shows, and they especially don’t want to see any more children of celebrities on reality TV shows. Got it?
The SAT, the standardized test taken by high school seniors to burnish their college applications, was administered nearly 1.7 million times last year. The test’s popularity within college admissions is based, in part, on the perception of fairness: As any recent test-taker is well aware, it is extremely difficult to…
My worst nightmare my worst nightmare my worst nightmare: the body of a woman who was trapped in an out-of-service elevator car and starved to death was discovered by a crew of maintenance men roughly a month after she was reported missing in Xi’an, China.
If ever there was a thing I coveted more in life, it’s a thumb monkey. Because 1) Monkeys are great. 2) This one is tiny. Just my luck, owning one is illegal, unethical and not exactly good for the monkeys.
Taylor Swift’s new fashion line for China debuted in a runway show at Hong Kong Fashion Week Monday, WWD reports.
Tsai Ing-wen, the candidate leading the Taiwanese Democratic Progressive Party, has been elected as president of Taiwan. The U.S.-educated former law professor is the first woman to hold office.
After October’s announcement of a change in China’s infamous one-child policy, the country’s lawmakers have formally approved the new legislation, which will allow couples to now have two children. The law will go in effect on January 1, 2016.
Can you think of anything more fun than absolutely shredding a fiery guitar solo in honor of your Supreme Leader?
Li Hongjun did not usually take selfies. But out in the orange grove, he was not in his usual state of mind. It was early February, and the lunar New Year was approaching. It’s considered good luck to set out a bowl of oranges during the Chinese holiday, so Li, figuring he could use some luck, decided to buy some for…
A Chinese college is facing backlash after requesting that female students sign a chastity pledge as part of a course called No Regrets Youth.
It appears that—in a fairly major reversal—China has ended its infamously strict one-child policy. Couples are now all welcome to have two kids.
Xie Zuoshi, an economics professor at Zhejing University of Finance and Economics, recently garnered international attention for his proposal that China allow polyandry to satisfy the country’s significant surplus of bachelors.
In an absolutely vital move towards preventing the near-imminent extinction of wild African elephants, a senior U.S. government official has confirmed that China plans to ban the commercial trade of ivory at some point within the next year.
Angelababy (née Angela Yeung) is a popular Chinese actress, singer, and model who’s been referred to as the country’s answer to Kim Kardashian. But unlike Kim Kardashian, with her thrifty $12 million wedding with Kanye West, Angelababy doesn’t operate on the cheap: She shelled out $31 million for her recent nuptials.
Three men in northern China have been arrested for raiding a tomb and attempting to steal a woman’s corpse. Chinese media reports say the three men intended to sell the corpse to the relatives of a young man who recently died, to be used in a “netherworld marriage.”
Teeny-tiny animals are something the world loves to fawn over, and scientists in China have recognized that as an excuse to enter into the domestic pet market. BGI, a Shenzhen-based genomics institute, has announced plans to genetically engineer miniature pigs and sell them to the public.