In pictures: Behind the frontlines of the Hong Kong protests

BY KATHERINE CHENG “Hong Kong Protests: Behind the Frontlines” is a photo essay originally published in 2019 on Katherine Cheng’s website. Central, Hong Kong. Protestors gather for a ‘Lunch with [ … ]

Director and screenwriter Wu Nan talks gender, storytelling and her first feature film “Push and Shove 狗眼看人心”

BY DAISY SINGH-GREAVES As a Chinese female director and screenwriter, Wu Nan is used to playing the long game. When discussing competition within China’s film industry, many often point to [ … ]

Girl, Interpreted: a new bilingual comedy web series made in Melbourne

BY GRACE FENG FANG JUAN Project GIRL, INTERPRETED is a bilingual Mandarin-English comedy about Lillian, an interpreter caught in a tussle of cultures and words during the most unexpected interpreting [ … ]

Navigating my biracial identity as a Chinese-American living in China

BY MEGAN CATTEL I had been living in Shanghai for almost a year when I met a Chinese-American acquaintance for dinner. We had met once before, in New York, where [ … ]

Overseas Chinese reflect on China’s #MeToo Movement from the United States

BY GLORIS LIU An original version of this piece was published in 2018 under the title “Sexual Harassment & Sexual Assault in the U.S. and China” in Gloris Liu’s blog. China’s [ … ]

Q&A: Young women discuss gender and education in China today

BY OLIVIA A. HALSALL Whether at school, university or in the workplace, young women in China are grappling with gender inequality. In 2018, the Global Gender Gap Report – benchmarking the progress towards [ … ]

NüVoices Podcast: Reimagining Hong Kong’s political communities

Jessie Lau is a writer, editor, and researcher from Hong Kong who explores identity, human rights, and politics. Her writing has been published by The Economist, Foreign Policy, The Diplomat, [ … ]

NüVoices Podcast: Visual storytelling with Muyi Xiao

Muyi Xiao, the visuals editor at ChinaFile, is in the guest seat in this week’s episode of the NüVoices Podcast, hosted by Chenni Xu. In this episode, she talks about [ … ]

NüVoices Podcast: Sino-Black relations with Keisha Brown

Keisha Brown is an assistant professor of history at Tennessee State University and a fellow in the Public Intellectuals Program at the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations. In this episode, she explains the [ … ]

Packed room of 40+ joined London Wanel featuring Lijia Zhang on Lotus and China’s sex trade

BY NERYS AVERY NüVoices board member and author Lijia Zhang gave a fascinating insight into the lives of prostitutes in contemporary China at a wanel (women panel) moderated by Hong [ … ]

Introducing MADE IN: A new podcast promoting Asian-Canadian stories

BY EVELYN KWONG MADE IN is a new podcast about Asian-Canadian stories, as told by Asian-Canadians. In each episode, we share stories about navigating through life and finding our identity [ … ]

Podcast: Contemporary Chinese art and techno-orientalism with Xin Wang

Xin Wang is a John Tisch Teaching Fellow at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City and a Ph.D. student studying contemporary art at the NYU Institute of [ … ]