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Tsingtao Brewery ‘Pee-Gate’: Factory Worker Caught Urinating in Raw Material Warehouse
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Chinese Social Media Reactions to Israel-Hamas War: Pro-Palestinian Sentiments and Anti-Semitic Discourse
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Wang Huidi: Stop Referring to Singapore as a Chinese ‘County’ (坡县)
“Elderlies” in Their Thirties: The Growing Interest of Chinese Youth in Nursing Homes
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Fashion that Hurts? Online Debates on China’s Draft Law Regarding ‘Harmful’ Clothes
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