Diana Fu, host of TVO's China: Here and Now documentary series, is an assistant professor of Asia politics at the University of Toronto. She is the author of Mobilizing Without the Masses: Control and Contention in China.
Starting in 1979, families were allowed to have just one child — now these single children are pampered, lonely, and burdened adults.
The children of Chinese billionaires flaunt their wealth on social media and fetishize British aristocratic culture — but will the mega-wealthy use their clout to help those less fortunate?
Through infrastructure projects and diplomacy, China is making inroads into Iran, Egypt, and other nations
The Belt and Road Initiative is opening up markets worldwide — but not everyone welcomes growing Chinese engagement.
Chinese workers are exposed to countless perils — but they often have nowhere to turn for protection.
Foreign governments may welcome the country’s multibillion-dollar Belt and Road Initiative, but some of their citizens see it as a form of Chinese economic imperialism.
The country has become the world’s largest e-commerce hub. Find out how in the first episode of China: The Great Dragon.