This year marks the hundreth anniversary of the May Fourth Movement, an event which is portrayed by the CCP as being a step on the revolutionary ladder towards communism. In reality, however, it signalled the advent of Chinese nationalism. The May Fourth Movement was a series of protests, beginning in Beijing and spreading across the […]Read more "“Everything is fine”"
The air pollution in Beijing is well known, with the first ‘red alert’ in the city’s history being issued in December of 2015, and the “Airpocalypse Now” headlines that followed. One idea that is currently being looked at is a congestion charge on vehicles in the city, which is home to over 5 million cars […]Read more "Beijing: An answer to the air pollution problem?"
The Han river, which flows through Shaanxi and Hubei provinces, is a tributary of the Yangtze, meeting the great river as it flows through the city of Wuhan in eastern China. Though the river that it feeds is of a far larger size, the Han is nonetheless an important feature in the both the history […]Read more "Desert"