Producer 1990 Institute Overview With headlines emerging every year over China’s alleged crackdown on the holiday — ranging from “Santa Claus won’t be coming to town,” to “China cancels Christmas,” the question stands: Do people in China celebrate Christmas? This … Continued
Marvel’s Shang-Chi with its Asian American superhero is an important film for Asian American representation. But is this really a cultural watershed moment or more of a marketing opportunity to ensure profit for Disney’s shareholders? Could it be exploiting the … Continued
Producer 1990 Institute Overview What do you know about China? This video in our “China in Perspectives” series juxtaposes U.S. data with China data to gain a better understanding of China today. Take a look at the two biggest economies … Continued
Producer 1990 Institute Overview Our video series, “China in Perspective,” is designed to expose you to interesting and insightful information about contemporary China to better understand this complex and intriguing country of 1.4 billion people. This video is a primer … Continued
The one-child policy has reduced the fertility rate considerably but also skewed China’s gender ratio toward boys as people preferred to abort or abandon their female babies.
An introduction to China’s legal system.
9 a.m. to 9 p.m., six days a week – is the standard for tech workers in China.
Lesson plans on Asian American civil rights issues for grades K-12
Rapid economic growth in China helped lifting 748.5 million people out of extreme poverty, dropping the country’s poverty rate from 66.3 percent to just 0.3 percent.
Shifting poor people into cities can also be a way of reducing rural poverty, but it can come at the cost of increased urban poverty