Last week, China’s Shekou Museum of Reform and Opening was reopened to the public after closing for two months to undergo renovations. The state-run...

Referred to as “the biggest trade war in economic history,” the trade war between China and the United States is shaping up to be as real as the critics...

In the midst of what have undoubtedly been a very dramatic few months, one major piece of news never quite broke out as it should have. California is winning...

Illustration by Jake Thrasher SHANGHAI-The grey skyscrapers framed a cloudy blue sky as dragon boats raced across the Suzhou River at a much faster pace...

He was a student, he was a friend and he was passionate about the country he loved: China. (Courtesy: Facebook) Chinese major Frank Anderson, 22, was studying...

BY WANFEI WU wwu@go.olemiss.edu This is probably my last column for The Daily Mississippian. I can’t believe how quickly time flies. I remember how I started my journey from China two years ago, the first day I got to Oxford and the first time I went to my journalism school, my Farley Hall. I remember how excited I was when I saw the dean, the assistant dean, the professors...

If you lost your phone, how would you feel? Would you feel like you almost lost your whole world? Would you feel like your daily life had been disrupted?Would you feel that you needed to get another one immediately and that you couldn’t live without it for another minute? These were my feelings when I lost my phone last Friday. I left it on the couch in Farley Hall for...

Recently, the Shanghai and Beijing water pollution has drawn attention from all over the world. The rapid economic growth of China is impressive, but the environment hazards are shocking. China’s pollution growth has been a serious issue for decades, especially in recent years. The big lake in my hometown (Kunming, Yunnan Province, China) has been polluted by the factories...

“Where are you staying in the United States?” “Mississippi.” Every time I answer this question, people give me a dropped jaw. Especially when they see my Asian face. When I was buying a souvenir at Universal Studios’ gift shop in Los Angeles, the cashier saw my Mississippi driver’s license. He was so excited and said that it was one of the few state driver’s...

Last Sunday night millions of people were watching the Super Bowl. My professor gave me an assignment to watch it and write down my favorite commercial. This was the first time I had ever watched the Super Bowl. At first, I just paid attention to the commercials because of the assignment. I didn’t totally understand the rules of football. so it was hard to engage in...