A China where time disappears, unsettling South Korean stories, and a French master of filth softens.
Isaac Stone Fish was formerly a reporter for NEWSWEEK and The Daily Beast based in Beijing. His work has also appeared in The Economist, the Los Angeles Times, and Scientific American.
As more American universities open campuses in China, they’re bending to the country’s censorship rules. Isaac Stone Fish reports from Beijing.
Chinese netizens react to court violence with racist remarks.
Isaac Stone Fish reports on suspicions that China has perpetrated a huge computer hacking attack.
Isaac Stone Fish writes that Chinese media are using the Murdoch scandal to slam Western press freedom.
Porn is illegal in China. So the rise of Japanese adult film actress Sora Aoi is all the more remarkable. But can her feel-good strategy on the mainland really make her a nationwide name?
In China, where stewed dog appears on restaurant menus regularly, being an animal-rights activist can be a risky proposition.