Entries in China (55)
Apparently the streets of China have become so tainted with pollution that the public surveillance cameras, such as those in public parks, elevators, and streets, have become useless.
For FRANK Chapter 52: China, Bobby Kim, better known as Bobby Hundreds of The Hundreds, sat down with Edison Chen and Kevin Poon. Sounds pretty basic right? Well, not really.
The National Tourism Association, known to be wary of national image, published a 64-page book that delves into the vast rules of etiquette that many Chinese tourists have come to dismiss.
Carri Munden is an artist, stylist, and designer. She is the director of Cassette Playa, an international luxury women’s and menswear brand with a repu- tation for cult graphics and digital print.
Ancient Chinese garments say a lot about specific dynasties. There are important details in the way the clothing was worn, the quality of materials used, and the style of the embroidery.
Designer babies are those who are carried by American surrogates. The Chinese like the idea of having babies with Asian features, but they also want that American intellect to go with it.
Researchers in China just figured out why you only found out Miss America had happened because internet bigots blew a collective gasket.
Eddie Cruz was born and raised in the Bronx, NY. He is an entrepreneur, best known as the co-owner of Undefeated, where sports, art, music, and fashion come together to create the “official unofficial” sports brand.