Actor, human-rights activist, and Canadian beauty queen Anastasia Lin is the subject of a new documentary by Canadian director Theresa Kowall-Shipp. Anastasia Lin gained a great deal of media attention after the Chinese-born Canadian was denied entry into China to compete in…
A heart-moving feature documentary about Glen Turner, who investigated evidence of illegal land-clearing of Australian native vegetation and was murdered on site by farmer Ian Turnbull 24 miles (40 km) from Moree, New South Wales (NSW), Australia.
Nanfu Wang’s documentary entitled Hooligan Sparrow follows women rights activist Ye Haiyan (a.k.a. Hooligan Sparrow) and her struggle for justice for six school-girls who were the victims of rape in China. The film has made the shortlist of nominees vying for the…
Brazil may be hosting the summer Olympics in August, but the country is, for want of a better term, a mess.
Nowadays in China, some people will go to any lengths to make big money; recently one of the most popular ways is convincing people over-the-phone that they have an unpaid debt.
A 21-year-old college student from China has died after receiving ineffective treatments that he found online using China’s largest search engine, Baidu. China’s state run media is accusing the Internet giant of putting profits first.
If a drug company treats a doctor to a nice lunch and a presentation on their newest products, is prescribing affected? Doctors generally think not, but the research evidence overwhelmingly says yes. And if these events do affect doctors’ decisions…
Most Chinese people still remember clearly the public outcry over tainted milk in 2008, when more than 300,000 children fell ill, and six died after drinking milk tainted with melamine.
Farmer Michael White is the salt of the earth type. He’s the kind of guy you’d feel safer knowing he’s producing the food that you’re eating. If it were only that simple.
It was as early as 1981 when ExxonMobil, the world’s largest oil company, knew about climate change. This is seven years before the public knew it was an issue, according to the oil company’s scientists in a newly discovered email.