Monthly Archives: December 2010
He was an Irish sailor. He deserted his ship at Hong-Kong and took it into his head to walk across China.
The Secrets of Sexual Kungfu
“Make love, not war,” says Master Tu, “but make love like a warrior.”
Lugu Lake - The Land of Women
"People are obsessed with our walking marriage, not only because it's different, but also because it works."
The Last Sacrifice
In this piece from Soul Mountain, Nobel Prize winner Gao Xingjian tells of the final ceremony of a dying Miao Master of Sacrifice.
The Japanese Go Home
And now some black and white photos, to get beyond the black and white.
Four Chinese Champions
In the recently concluded, virtually unreported Asian Para Games,you have athletes surely deserving of the title “world’s most determined”, man’s most inspiring quality.
Of Tigers and Injustice
Power in China has often been as arbitrary as a typhoon, and just as cruelly destructive.
A Defensive Minority
Their culture rivals China’s in age, and their aesthetic sense puts those of the more techno-dependent to shame.
The Lost Photos of China
A stunning gallery of never before seen photographs from across the country
The Jews in China, Part II
In the Jews' darkest days, China meant sanctuary.