Chinese headmaster fired over secret coin mining at school

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Foxconn Considers Bringing Chinese Workers to Wisconsin as U.S. Labor Market Tightens

Facing one of the tightest labor markets in the U.S., Foxconn has been trying to tap Chinese engineers through internal transfers to supplement staffing for its planned Wisconsin plant, according to people familiar with the matter.
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Chinese Firms Snap Up U.S. Sites to Process Scrap

Chinese companies are setting up shop in the U.S. to obtain the scrap paper and plastic their government has deemed too dirty to import.
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Chinese kit ‘putting all of us at risk’ if used in 5G

Security threats from Chinese companies building 5G networks could end up “putting all of us at risk” if they are not tackled quickly, according to a former security minister.
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Chinese Tech Shares Tumble on Spying Concerns

Shares of Lenovo Group and ZTE fall by more than 10%, as the escalating trade fight between Washington and Beijing is sending a chill through investors in Chinese tech companies that sell to the U.S.
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Chinese Billionaire Denies Wrongdoing in Sex Misconduct Arrest, His Lawyers Say

JD.com Chief Executive Liu Qiangdong denies any wrongdoing in connection with his arrest on suspicion of sexual misconduct in Minneapolis, and it’s likely no charges will be filed, his attorneys said.
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The Art of the Trade Deal: Chinese Paintings and Antiquities Caught in U.S.-China Fight

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A Chinese Tesla Rival Launches $1.3 Billion U.S. IPO

Chinese electric-vehicle maker NIO launched a U.S. stock sale that could raise up to $ 1.32 billion, moving to tap the public markets before generating any substantial revenue.
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Global Tech Rally Fractures as Investors Cool on Chinese Firms

One of last year’s most profitable trades is breaking apart, thwarting expectations for global investors betting on a handful of U.S. and Chinese technology titans’ enduring dominance.
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Trump Plans New Curbs on Chinese Investment, Tech Exports to China

President Trump, already embroiled in a trade battle with China, plans to ratchet commercial tensions higher by barring many Chinese firms from investing in U.S. technology and by blocking more technology exports to Beijing.
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Trump Offers Lifeline to Sanctioned Chinese Firm ZTE

President Trump said he was working with Chinese President Xi Jinping to keep ZTE in business, throwing an extraordinary lifeline to the Chinese telecommunication giant that has been laid low by U.S. moves to cut off its suppliers.
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Trump Offers Lifeline to Sanctioned Chinese Firm ZTE

President Trump said he was working with Chinese President Xi Jinping to keep ZTE in business, throwing an extraordinary lifeline to the stricken Chinese telecommunication giant that has been laid low by U.S. moves to cut off its suppliers.
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‘Subversive’ Peppa Pig faces Chinese crackdown

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Balenciaga Apologizes to Chinese Customers for Fight at Printemps

BEIJING — A video clip of a violent scuffle involving several Balenciaga customers at Printemps in Paris has prompted an apology from the brand, after it fielded accusations that it discriminated against Chinese shoppers.
According to the user who uploaded the video, the fight broke out when French shoppers attempted to enter, bypassing a line of Chinese customers waiting for their turn. 
“Boycott Balenciaga discriminating against Chinese. Really angry, queuing up and yet get hit by the people cutting in line. From now on, buy Chinese Li Ning [the sportswear brand],” the video caption read, adding that Balenciaga would not be able to sell its shoes if Chinese consumers stopped buying them. 
The brand apologized in a statement on Thursday saying, “The house of Balenciaga regrets the incident that took place yesterday morning at a department store in Paris while customers were waiting to enter its corner shop. The security staff acted immediately to restore the calm. Balenciaga sincerely apologizes to the customers who were present and reaffirms its strong commitment to respect equally all its customers.” 
One witness wrote on WeChat that every day she lined up to buy Balenciaga sneakers, and on a daily basis French-Albanian shoppers cut in front but she always held her

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Dior Brings Couture to Chinese Fans

SHANGHAI — Dior was back in Shanghai for its second major event in as many weeks, reshowing its haute couture collection on Thursday night, with the addition of a 12-piece capsule couture collection offered as an homage to China.
According to artistic director Maria Grazia Chiuri, the inspiration for the new pieces, fashioned in red and pink, came from Dior’s archives, where she found an object that signified the fascination Christian Dior himself had for China.
“I found this fan in the archive that Christian Dior did for his first show. He also used the fan to put on top of the Miss Dior perfume because he wanted people not only to see the collection but to smell the idea of the Dior house. This capsule translates parts of the Dior archive into the pleats, like the fan. We work with the pleats of Mr. Dior, like the Bar jacket, the skirt and also the evening dress,” she explained.
A large coterie of Dior people has been in Shanghai preparing for the show and taking appointments with couture clients. For Chiuri, taking this collection, which was shown in January at the Musée Rodin in Paris, on the road is an ideal way to

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Chinese space station to crash to Earth on Easter

China’s first prototype space station is to crash to Earth over Easter scientists expect, amid rumours that the Chinese space agency has lost control of the craft.
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U.S. to Apply Tariffs on Chinese Imports, Restrict Tech Deals

The Trump administration will levy tariffs on tens of billions of dollars of Chinese imports, alongside restrictions on technology transfers and acquisitions by Beijing, moving to pressure China to curtail what the U.S. considers unfair trading and investment practices.
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Chinese takeaway can bust your salt allowance

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Chinese Investors Continue Hot Pursuit of European Brands

CHINA CLUB: The march of the big-ticket Chinese investor continues. Having just announced plans to buy Bally for an undisclosed price, Shandong Ruyi may have another European acquisition it its sights: Arcadia Group.
The Chinese textile giant that controls SMCP and Hong Kong’s Trinity Group is said to be eyeing Arcadia, parent of Topshop and Topman, according to a report in The Sunday Times of London.
The report said Shandong could buy all or part of Arcadia, which also owns high-street retailers such as Burton, Miss Selfridge and Evans. The sale of the Topshop and Topman properties could prove trickier as Leonard Green & Partners holds a 25 percent stake in those businesses. LGP purchased the stake in 2012 in a deal that valued the retailers at 2 billion pounds.
An Arcadia spokesman could not be reached for comment on Sunday, and industry sources have dismissed the report, which appeared in the paper’s business section. It would not be unusual for the aggressive Shandong to be looking at any number of Western companies, given its recent buying spree.
Earlier this month, it announced plans to buy Bally, and in November, it took a majority stake in Hong Kong’s Trinity Ltd., parent of brands including

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Designers Mark Chinese New Year at Dover Street Market

DOG YEARS: Dover Street Market has unveiled a new collaborative project to celebrate Chinese New Year.
Friends and collaborators of the retailer, including streetwear label A Bathing Ape, NikeLab, Undercover, Noah and Stüssy, as well as the musician Nick Cave, came together to design limited-edition Year of the Dog-themed T-shirts.
The T-shirts feature imagery and humorous illustrations of dogs and will be sold exclusively at Dover Street Market stores worldwide, as of Friday, the first day of London Fashion Week.

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Alongside the Year of the Dog project, the retailer plans to debut a series of other collaborations and in-store installations to coincide with London Fashion Week.
In celebration of London’s eclectic spirit, Charles Jeffrey will display inflatable pieces designed by Gary Card for his fall 2018 show in-store, Simone Rocha’s new jewelry range will be featured in a special display, while Gosha Rubchinskiy will be making an appearance to celebrate his eyewear collaboration with Retrosuperfuture.
Buzzy new label The Vampire’s Wife, the brainchild of musician Nick Cave’s wife Suzy, will also be launching a range of intricate charms created in collaboration with jewelry brand Annoushka.

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Galeries Lafayette Rings In Year of the Dog With Chinese Display

URBAN LANDSCAPES: Galeries Lafayette, tuned in to the growing importance of consumers from China, unveiled displays by Chinese artist Song Xiewei in the windows lining its Paris flagship to kick off the Chinese New Year, which begins Friday.
Executives from the French department store and the Chinese ambassador to France lined up to cut the red ribbon for the displays along the Boulevard Haussmann to reveal hanging stretches of embroidered, fabric-covered sculptures depicting the mountain forms painted by the 12th-century landscape master Wang Ximeng. The dreamy, cloudlike pieces of various elongated shapes represented the Song dynasty painting “A Thousand Miles of Rivers and Mountains.”
The store is offering special Spring Festival products geared to Chinese customers through March 4, including a Swatch Woof watch and limited edition of Panerai watches covered with a dog engraving. Packets of red, hand-engraved cards from Smythson will be offered for purchases above 250 euros.
After the ribbon-cutting, the Chinese delegation, which included officials from the country’s state-owned Arts and Entertainment Group, and French executives moved upstairs to an intimate cocktail event in the Angelina café tucked behind the luxury fashion labels on a higher floor of the store. Decorated with red carpet, red lanterns and flickering fake candles,

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Chinese women spend £22.5m on virtual boyfriends

Chinese women are spending millions on four virtual boyfriends in a mobile game which has taken the country by storm.
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Intel Told Chinese Firms of Chip Flaws Before U.S. Government

In initial disclosures about critical security flaws discovered in its processors, Intel notified a small group of customers, including Chinese technology companies, but left out the U.S. government, according to people familiar with the matter and some of the companies involved.
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First monkey clones created in Chinese laboratory

Two monkeys cloned using the ‘Dolly the sheep’ technique could bring the world a step closer to human cloning.
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In Sign of Resistance, Chinese Balk at Using Apps to Snitch on Neighbors

New technology, part of the country’s effort to build a mass surveillance web, rewards citizens for notifying authorities about illegal activity, domestic disputes and other problems. But people are wary of using it.
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Profile: A Chinese Novelist Is Found in Translation

For Xue Yiwei, Canada was a safe haven in which to write, but now he’s finding an audience abroad that appreciates his subversive novel.
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Chinese Grab TVs and Yachts on Alibaba’s $25 Billion ‘Singles Day’

E-commerce giant Alibaba said it racked up more than $ 25.3 billion in sales on its annual ‘Singles Day,’ helped along by a gala TV show and broad discounts. An Aston Martin racing yacht was purchased for $ 2.56 million.
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Vera Wang Celebrates Chinese Heritage and American Upbringing at China Institute’s Blue Cloud Gala

BIG IN CHINA: Vera Wang and Ron Perelman were among the honorees at the China Institute’s annual Blue Cloud gala Thursday night.
The gathering at Cipriani’s lower Broadway location in the Cunard Building was meant to center on the Institute’s commitment to advancing understanding and deepening trust between China and the U.S. Ning Yuan, chairman and president of China Construction America, and Robert Hong Xiao, chief executive officer of Perfect World Co. Ltd. were also honored, as well as New York Gov. Andrew Coumo, who wasn’t able to attend the black tie dinner.
Beforehand, China Institute chairman Chien Chung Pei, better known as “Didi,” said of the honorees, “They share the spirit and mission of China Institute to shape positive and strong U.S.-China relations through education, culture and business.”
Derek Lam also turned up to support Wang. She later told the crowd how growing up in the U.S., her parents Cheng Ching and Florence Wang encouraged her to embrace American culture, never allowing her to forget her Chinese heritage. That delicate balance was what provided her and her brother “with such a unique view of the world and a sincere appreciation for both cultures,” she said.
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German Manufacturers Play Defense Against Chinese Hackers

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Trump Administration to Launch Probe of Alleged Chinese Technology Theft

The Trump administration announced plans to pressure China over alleged intellectual property theft, adding the threat of trade retaliation to an ongoing campaign seeking greater cooperation from Beijing in the North Korean nuclear crisis.
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Chinese censors can’t bear Winnie the Pooh

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We Pay Low Prices For Chinese Food Because Of Racial Biases About ‘Cheap’ Labor

You may not think it, but there’s a direct relationship between plunging your chopsticks into that white, quart-sized box of cheaply priced Chinese food — and a laborer diligently driving a spike to lay the railroad tracks that became the gateway to the American West. 

May, which is Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, marks the anniversary of the completion of the Transcontinental Railroad. It was largely built by Chinese immigrants from 1864 to 1869, working at a grueling pace for less money than white workers. And these labor practices have an impact today on how much we’re willing to pay for Chinese food ― rooted in a perception that Chinese labor is inherently “cheap,” historians say.

The earliest Chinese restaurants in America were created for Chinese railroad laborers, who were under contract and lacked negotiating power as they laid tracks from Omaha, Nebraska, to Sacramento, California ― cutting through the Rocky Mountains and the Sierra Nevada. With Chinese laborers earning an estimated two-thirds of what white workers made, owners had to keep restaurant prices low, Beatrice Chen, programming vice president at the Museum of Chinese in America, explained to HuffPost. 

The mainstream American consumer mindset is that there is a ceiling to how much we’re willing to pay for Chinese food.

“This perception of Chinese restaurants has stuck, even though high-end Chinese restaurants in Asia are common and popular,” Chen said. “The mainstream American consumer mindset is that there is a ceiling to how much we’re willing to pay for Chinese food, even if they are made with the same fresh ingredients and intricate cooking techniques as say, French or Japanese cuisine.”

‘Cheap Labor’ And ‘Job Stealers’

The railroad also laid the foundation for perceptions of Chinese people themselves. White workers at the time were unionizing, and were less willing to work for lower wages. Railroad executives had been skeptical of the aptitude of Chinese workers, but the laborers set out to prove them wrong, Chen explained.

“This led to the general perception that Chinese were willing to work for lower wages and were job stealers,” she said. 

But what was perceived as a robotic work ethic might have just been survival, Beth Lew-Williams, an assistant professor at Princeton specializing in Asian American history, told HuffPost in an interview in December. She pointed out a discriminatory labor system within the railroad. 

Chinese were paid less, given the worst strenuous jobs. People against the Chinese saw this as revealing of their innate nature.

“It was a race-based dual wage system at the time,” Lew-Williams said. “Chinese were paid less, given the worst strenuous jobs. People against the Chinese saw this as revealing of their innate nature. That Chinese were fundamentally ‘cheap’ labor and designed to do this back-breaking labor.”

On top of negative perceptions, Chinese contributions were largely erased through history. Chen said that of the 17,000 railroad workers, 15,000 were Chinese, though estimates vary. A photo below of the final stake being driven into the track at Promontory Summit, Utah, would have people believe they didn’t contribute at all.

“I hope that telling and disseminating American history told from Asian American perspectives will illuminate that Asian Americans are not necessarily quiet (per the stereotype), but rather, Asian American history/stories and perspectives tend to be silenced in the mainstream,” Chen said. 

Building A Railroad, And Then Banned

Following completion of the tracks, the U.S. implemented the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882, stemming further immigration of Chinese laborers. It was the first major law that banned a group’s immigration to the U.S. based on ethnicity.

“The Chinese were originally seen as racially unassimilable,” Lew-Williams said. “They could not become Americanized. They were simultaneously racially inferior, backwards, savage heathen ― and in some dangerous ways ― superior.”

The act was technically repealed on Dec. 17, 1943, allowing 105 Chinese visas per year. The measure was largely seen as an attempt to maintain U.S.-China relationships against Japan during World War II.

In 1965, the Immigration and Nationality Act fully reversed exclusionary practices, which some historians say was meant to prop up Asians as the “model minority” during the Civil Rights movement ― sending a message to other minority groups. 

An Immigrant Story For Today 

Much has been written about the dangers in grouping together Asian Americans as a model minority monolith and erasing the experiences of immigrants. Peter Kwong, a former Asian American studies professor at Hunter College, pointed out that the struggles of the original Chinese Americans have persisted.

“Because some Chinese people succeeded doesn’t mean working-class Chinese have the same capability and upward mobility. It’s a class issue,” Kwong told HuffPost in an interview before he died in March.  

It may be that food is the easiest lens through which to view such thorny topics as class, race, social mobility and how much value we place on a given culture. 

If you take price as a surrogate for prestige … there are some cuisines we are willing to pay for and some we are not willing to pay for, and that is related partly, I think, to how we evaluate those national cultures and their people.

Krishnendu Ray, a professor of food studies at New York University, has written about the topic, and said that we might simply hold less veneration for food from certain countries that we see as less well-off. 

“If you take price as a surrogate for prestige … there are some cuisines we are willing to pay for and some we are not willing to pay for, and that is related partly, I think, to how we evaluate those national cultures and their people,” Ray said in Voice of America. 

Eddie Huang, owner of Baohaus and a host on Vice, often talks about how mainstream appreciation of food and culture remain a barometer for how conditional your status is as a foreigner, and of your stock value in America. 

Huang has expressed dismay that immigrants like his parents feel they have to work harder just to achieve the same pay as non-immigrants. And thumbing his nose to any such established expectation, Huang has said in the past

“I sell Taiwanese gua bao for a full f**king price in America.”  

Read more from HuffPost on Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. 

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Capital-Control Policy Puts Brakes on Chinese Investment in Hollywood

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Acentury ago, migrants often crossed an ocean and never saw their homelands again. Today, they call – or Skype – home the moment their flight has landed, and that''s just the beginning. Thanks to cheap travel and easy communication, immigrants everywhere stay in intimate contact with their native countries, creating powerful cross-border networks. In Borderless Economics, Robert Guest, The Economist''s Business Editor, travels through dozens of countries and 44 American states, observing how these networks create wealth, spread ideas and foster innovation. He shows how: * Brainy Indians in America collaborate with brainy Indians in India to build fridges and 0 houses * Young Chinese study in the West and then return home (where they''re known as sea turtles), infecting China with ideas that will eventually turn it democratic * The so-called brain drain – the flow of educated migrants from poorcountries to rich ones – actually reduces global poverty *America''s unique ability to attract and absorb migrants lets it tap into the energy of all the world''s diaspora networks. So despite its current woes, if the United States keeps its borders open, it will remain the world''s most powerful nation indefinitely. With on-the-ground reporting from Asia, Africa, Europe and even Idaho, this book examines how migration, for the all the disruption it causes, makes the world wealthier and happier.
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Geox Inks Distribution Agreement for Chinese Market

MILAN — Italian footwear company Geox, known for its trademarked “breathable” shoes, has inked a distribution agreement with Pou Sheng International, one of the leading retailers in the Chinese sportswear market, which is listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.
The agreement comprises the exclusive distribution of the brand’s adult collections, as well as the opening of 350 new stores, both monobrand and shops-in-shop, in the first five years.
“I am very satisfied with this strategic agreement aimed at developing properly our brand distribution in China where, in our directly operated stores in Shanghai and Beijing, Geox has already demonstrated to have strong potential,” said Mario Moretti Polegato, chairman and founder of the brand.

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HOT STUFF: Humberto Leon and Carol Lim stirred together some of the fashion pack’s favorite ingredients – a hot young chef and a smartphone with razor-sharp picture quality – for a dinner in Paris celebrating the new partnership between their Opening Ceremony label and Samsung on a special accessory collection.
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You probably know Jon Bon Jovi as the larger-than-life rock star whose vocals have filled stadiums. But we betcha didn’t know he’s actually pretty darn good at Chinese, too. 

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Yes, the 53-year-old artist sang Teresa Teng’s popular ballad, “Yue Liang Dai Biao Wo De Xin,” or “The Moon Represents My Heart.” The singer, who recorded the song for Chinese Valentine’s Day — which took place last week — manages to sing it beautifully in Mandarin, while somehow maintaining his very recognizable Bon Jovi flair. 

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You probably know Jon Bon Jovi as the larger-than-life rock star whose vocals have filled stadiums. But we betcha didn’t know he’s actually pretty darn good at Chinese, too. 

(Or at least singing in Chinese).

Yes, the 53-year-old artist sang Teresa Teng’s popular ballad, “Yue Liang Dai Biao Wo De Xin,” or “The Moon Represents My Heart.” The singer, who recorded the song for Chinese Valentine’s Day — which took place last week — manages to sing it beautifully in Mandarin, while somehow maintaining his very recognizable Bon Jovi flair. 

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The Met Costume Institute’s latest show merits a much more thoughtful wander than the crowds will allow. But do not feel that you’ve missed a learning opportunity.

The day after this year’s Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Gala in New York, the carcass of a massive, white tent still dominated the monumental staircase up which Rihanna had paraded her much parodied gilded-egg scramble. And that mixed-up metaphor may well be the most accidentally iconic of an exhibition that scores a lot of easy points, but misses so many more important others.

First things first: this year’s show, China: Through the Looking Glass, is huge, visually stunning and will be a tremendous success. The beauty of haute couture gowns interspersed throughout the Met’s impressive Chinese art galleries is breathtaking.

The show merits a much longer and more contemplative wander than the crowds will allow, if only to fully take in the workmanship of the pieces on display. That said, do not feel you’ve missed a learning opportunity because, as is all too often the case with fashion, all that brilliance remains on the surface. You’ll get the point of it from a simple walkthrough (in fact, you probably know it already).

That is quite a letdown from an exhibition whose opening description sets up complex themes of “subordinated otherness” between the “binaries” of a “simulacrum” West and an “authentic” East, only to drop them in favor of a “positivistic examination” of cross-cultural dialog. Translation: This is all very complicated so we’re just going to show you some Chinese looking dresses.

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Left to right: festival robe, Yves Saint Laurent by Tom Ford evening dress, woman’s court robe, and Ralph Lauren ensemble. (Image: The Metropolitan Museum of Art/BFAnyc.com/Joe Schildhorn)

Despite liberal use of the word “interpretation” to describe the exhibits, there is a lot more application and appropriation going on here. And some comic misinterpretation. A Christian Dior gown stands in a room of ancient poetry on calligraphic tablets but is decorated in characters copied from a letter about a stomachache. As Fashionista reminds us, “When it comes to cultural appropriation and accidental racism, the fashion industry doesn’t have the best track record.” To be fair, the many Chinese visitors snapping selfies on the members-only opening day showed no discomfort.

As you read the texts on the gallery walls, the curators clearly see the intellectual shortcomings at hand, but it seems they are content to simply point them out rather than do the harder work of critiquing them and coming up with something new and enlightening.

For example, in a room dedicated to blue-and-white pottery, the contemporary gowns’ hourglass shapes bear an uncanny likeness to the ancient urns that inspired them, well beyond just replicating the illustrations. Some, such as 2011 piece by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen, are even made of pottery shards. It is woman as utilitarian vessel; it is woman as fragile tchotchke; it is woman as luxury object; it is woman confined, broken and reconstructed. It rolls back two centuries of Western feminism with a silent scream about the upper-class subconscious. But apparently it merits no discussion.

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Left to Right: Jar with dragon, Roberto Cavalli evening dress, and Alexander McQueen by Sarah Burton evening dress. (Image: The Metropolitan Museum of Art/BFAnyc.com/Joe Schildhorn)

Perhaps that is too heavy a political point for an art museum to make. But there are others, more pressing and relevant to both the exhibition and the world today, which also go implied yet ignored. The Chinese luxury objects on display are centuries, even millennia older than their Western counterparts. It is a reminder to developed, Western countries that the exalted status they have enjoyed for over a century is not a birthright.

History will be quick to remind us that China, India, and the Middle East had rich and refined cultures while Europeans were still struggling through the material and intellectual poverty of the Dark Ages and before the existence of the Americas was even known to them.

Today we debate whether it is possible for a fashion or luxury brand to come from China. The heritage of these goods is French, Italian, and British, n’est-ce pas? But not so long ago, the luxuries these countries enjoyed – silk, spices, carpets, jewels – came from what we now call emerging countries. Europeans were just the ones who turned up with the gold (and eventually the guns) they used to get them.

And the exhibition is strongest in the last galleries, which display the work of contemporary Chinese designers, such as couturier Guo Pei, who spent two years making Rihanna’s royal yellow robes. So the cycle may well come around again.

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Chinese designer fashion, coming out of the shadows. (Image: Misha Pinkhasov)

Which brings up another point: The demand for fashion and luxury drove the earliest waves of international trade, cultural exchange, exploration and empire-building, along with the less noble consequences of war, colonization and the slave trade. So this demand, more than simple conspicuous consumption, is a driver of change – either good or bad, depending on our intentions and level of self-awareness.

The title of China: Through the Looking Glass refers to the distortions that occur in stylistic cultural sampling and romanticized misunderstanding. But we know about that already. And like chateau-inspired McMansions, we associate it with cluelessness and bad taste. “This exhibition is not about China per se,” says the Met, “but about a collective fantasy of China.” But showing us our own fantasy is not enough. A show like the Met’s should not succumb to the same naivety.

We count on it to meet us behind the looking glass and bring us out the other side with a better understanding of things. Instead, we are left wondering: Despite this celebration of cultural dialog, how thick is its accent? To what extent does it let superficial enthusiasm pass for real understanding? That is evidenced by the reaction of many Chinese commentators on both sides of the Pacific, left howling by celebrities’ clumsy effort to reference the show’s theme at the opening gala the night before.

The real “through the looking glass moment” is fashion’s consistent ability to genuinely believe it is connecting with an issue while completely missing the point. As the museum says: “…designers are driven less by the logic of politics than by that of fashion, which is typically more concerned with an aesthetic of surfaces rather than the specifics of cultural context.” It is fashion being so smug that it doesn’t even know how much it doesn’t know. And that holds fashion back.

Fashion should be fun, glamorous and all the things this show is. But in the end, the show has too much Vogue and not enough Met. You will come out stimulated, but not smarter. Which is ok if one of the world’s leading cultural institutions is happy to reduce itself to a theme park and leave the more important show on the red-carpet outside.

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Chinese Laundry Jungle Fever CL420 Python Women s Handbag


Chinese Laundry Jungle Fever CL420 Python Women’s Handbag
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The Book of Chinese Names: A Guide to Auspicious and Elegant Names

The Book of Chinese Names: A Guide to Auspicious and Elegant Names


What makes a good Chinese name and how does the name shape destinies and character? How do you ensure that the name is meaningful, elegant and auspicious at the same time?This book provides all the knowledge you need for devising a good Chinese name for your child. This book covers: – Creative Methods For Naming: Number of Strokes Theory, Chinese Horoscope, The Five Elements, The Eight Characters Theory, The Chinese Zodiac Theory, Chinese Idioms, Chinese Symbols and many more- Easy Selection of Characters For Naming: Chinese characters and baby names are categorised into specific themes such as Auspicious, Artistic, Moral, Business, Nature, etc. Contains thousands of auspicious and inspiring names- Easy Search and Combination of Characters: The English index of meanings provided lets you search and combine characters to form the names you desire. This is a classic best-seller and an essential guide for parents and anyone who wants to create a Chinese name since it was first published in 1996! It is also a great read for Westerners who wish to know what goes into a Chinese name when studying the beauty of Chinese culture.

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Unique Baby Shoes First Walker Shoe Cheap Chinese Silk Flower Baby Soft Sole Shoes 10pair mix Free

Unique Baby Shoes First Walker Shoe Cheap Chinese Silk Flower Baby Soft Sole Shoes 10pair mix Free


Baby First Walker Shoe Material: Silk , one pair,Measures : 5″L x 2″W inch, Sales model: mix order , baby shoe Color : Red, Blue, Yellow , Quantity : 10 pair. There are many kinds of colors and patterns, we mixed delivery, . If the China baby first walker shoe have quality problems, the next shipment make up the number. 10-49piece Free shipping china post air,time: 8 -20 days, 50 piece Free shipping EMS express delivery, time : 5-8 days
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OUTLETS!Sweet white soft bottom toddler shoes. Ribbon bow baby shoes. Chinese walking shoes.baby wear 6pair/12pcs CL

OUTLETS!Sweet white soft bottom toddler shoes. Ribbon bow baby shoes. Chinese walking shoes.baby wear 6pair/12pcs CL


SIZE:11cm,12CM,13CM.(FOR 0-18MONTH).
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Aunt and Uncle, Chinese New Year, 2011, Year of the Rabbit Greeting Card

Aunt and Uncle, Chinese New Year, 2011, Year of the Rabbit Greeting Card


5 x 7 Paper Greeting Card
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Chinese Laundry Sydney Shoulder Bag Designer Lady s Purse – Red

Chinese Laundry Sydney Shoulder Bag Designer Lady s Purse – Red


Chinese Laundry’s Sydney adds lots of zip to the shoulder bag. It combines two to trends of the season: textural weaving and tough-girl hardware accents. Inside, you will find plenty of room for all your daily must-haves – you’ll love it!

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Chinese Laundry Bastille CL193 Black Women s Handbag

Chinese Laundry Bastille CL193 Black Women s Handbag


Chinese Laundry Bastille CL193 Black Women’s Handbag
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音樂磁場22-國語經典名曲 (Music Magnetic Field-22 Chinese Classic Songs)

音樂磁場22-國語經典名曲 (Music Magnetic Field-22 Chinese Classic Songs)


音樂磁場22-國語經典名曲 (Music Magnetic Field-22 Chinese Classic Songs)
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音樂磁場3-國語經典名曲 (Music Magnetic Field-3 Chinese Classic Songs)

音樂磁場3-國語經典名曲 (Music Magnetic Field-3 Chinese Classic Songs)


音樂磁場3-國語經典名曲 (Music Magnetic Field-3 Chinese Classic Songs)
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Chinese Laundry Lock Key CL424 Black Women s Handbag

Chinese Laundry Lock Key CL424 Black Women s Handbag


Chinese Laundry Lock & Key CL424 Black Women’s Handbag
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Friend, Chinese New Year, 2011, Year of the Rabbit Greeting Card

Friend, Chinese New Year, 2011, Year of the Rabbit Greeting Card


5 x 7 Paper Greeting Card
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Chinese Colorful Satin Feeling Womens Expansion Skirt

Chinese Colorful Satin Feeling Womens Expansion Skirt


Full, softly pleated floral prints long skirt bring you into this summer’s fashion and keep beautiful summer memory forever. Layers of pleats can show feminine charming and elegance completely. Printed satin skirt in a flattering fit-and-flare silhouette is your best choice to dress up yourself you will go to the beach of go shopping. If you match this printed skirt with the trendy flip flops, you will catch numerous eye sights. Satin fabric makes this long pleated skirt comfortable, durable and air-permeable. Owning it you will own beauty all summer time.

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Chinese Laundry Lock Key CL424 Bronze Women s Handbag

Chinese Laundry Lock Key CL424 Bronze Women s Handbag


Chinese Laundry Lock & Key CL424 Bronze Women’s Handbag
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Chinese Laundry Lock Key CL424 Pewter Women s Handbag

Chinese Laundry Lock Key CL424 Pewter Women s Handbag


Chinese Laundry Lock & Key CL424 Pewter Women’s Handbag
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HUAWEI G610S (English & Chinese) 5.0″ Capacitive IPS Touch Screen 960×540 Android 4.2 MTK6589M Quad-core 1.2GHz 1GB RAM & 4GB ROM 3G Phablet Smartphone with Bluetooth, Wi-Fi & GPS Navigation (Black)

HUAWEI G610S (English & Chinese) 5.0″ Capacitive IPS Touch Screen 960×540 Android 4.2 MTK6589M Quad-core 1.2GHz 1GB RAM & 4GB ROM 3G Phablet Smartphone with Bluetooth, Wi-Fi & GPS Navigation (Black)


Features High quality movement for accuracy Comes with a bright-colored silicone strap Makes a great gift for your kids General Specs Brand Model Mitina 117 Gender Children Style Casual Display Analog Sub-dial N/A Dial Color White Case Material Stain

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Yakshi Naturals Roll On Fragrance Chinese Rain 0.33 Ounces

Yakshi Naturals Roll On Fragrance Chinese Rain 0.33 Ounces


The name Yakshi refers to the ancient tree goddess of India. All Yakshi products are, and have always been, made by hand. Yakshi Botanical Fragrances are blends of natural and human-made fragrances containing no petrochemicals or mineral oil. Yakshi Fragrances are blends of natural and human-made fragrances in a colorless, odorless, nontoxic base with no petrochemicals.
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Happy New Year 2011 Year of the rabbit Chinese New Year Lunar New Year Greeting Card

Happy New Year 2011 Year of the rabbit Chinese New Year Lunar New Year Greeting Card


7 x 5 Paper Greeting Card
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Happy New Year 2011 Year of the rabbit Chinese New Year Lunar New Year Greeting Card

Happy New Year 2011 Year of the rabbit Chinese New Year Lunar New Year Greeting Card


7 x 5 Paper Greeting Card
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Chinese Laundry Jungle Fever CL426 Zebra Handbag

Chinese Laundry Jungle Fever CL426 Zebra Handbag


Chinese Laundry Jungle Fever CL426 Zebra Handbag
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Chinese Medicine in Contemporary China: Plurality and Synthesis

Chinese Medicine in Contemporary China: Plurality and Synthesis


As a traditional healing art that has established a contemporary global presence, Chinese medicine defies categories and raises many interesting questions. If Chinese medicine is “traditional,” why has it not disappeared with the rest of traditional Chinese society? If, as some claim, it is a science, what does that imply about what we call science? What is the secret of Chinese medicine’s remarkable adaptability that has allowed it to prosper for more than 2,000 years? In” Chinese Medicine in Contemporary China” Volker Scheid presents an ethnography of Chinese medicine that seeks to answer these questions, but his ethnography is informed by some atypical approaches. Scheid, a medical anthropologist and practitioner of Chinese medicine in practice since 1983, has produced an ethnography that accepts plurality as an intrinsic and nonreducible aspect of medical practice. It has been widely noted that a patient visiting ten different practitioners of Chinese medicine may receive ten different prescriptions for the same complaint, yet many of these various treatments may be effective. In attempting to illuminate the plurality in Chinese medical practice, Scheid redefines-and in some cases abandons-traditional anthropological concepts such as tradition, culture, and practice in favor of approaches from disciplines such as science and technology studies, social psychology, and Chinese philosophy. As a result, his book sheds light not only on Chinese medicine but also on the Western academic traditions used to examine it and presents us with new perspectives from which to deliberate the future of Chinese medicine in a global context. “Chinese Medicine in Contemporary China” is the product of two decades of research including numerous interviews and case studies. It will appeal to a western academic audience as well as practitioners of Chinese medicine and other interested medical professionals, including those from western biomedicine.

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Toasted Sushi Nori, Chinese 7 Foods

Toasted Sushi Nori, Chinese 7 Foods


Ever since we began harvesting indigenous seaweeds in 1971, our friends and customers have been asking for a good, clean nori sheet. After unsuccessfully trying to make a rough and tough sheet from our local porphyra species, we learned that the Chinese were making excellent nori sheets and started selling those. Several years ago we traveled to China and started the process of organically certifying nori through the Chinese branch of OCIA International, our seaweed certifier here. Now, with the help of a third party importer, we are pleased to support the Chinese nori farmers and provide you with a premium product that we have, so far, been unable to grow ourselves. Use Maine Coast Nori to make traditional sushi or California rolls – or invent your own filling for this low-fat, nutrient-dense food wrap. The production and export of this nori involves no human rights abuse and, to the best of our knowledge has no connection with the Chinese government. Certified Organic but not a Raw Food.
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Gender in Chinese Music

Gender in Chinese Music


Village ritualists, international classical pianists, pop idols, and professional mourners — whether they perform in temples, on concert stages, or in TV shows, Chinese musicians continually express and negotiate their gendered identity in relation to those around them. Gender in Chinese Music draws together contributions from ethnomusicologists, anthropologists, and literary scholars to explore how music is implicated in changing notions of masculinity, femininity, and genders “in between” in Chinese culture. Individual chapters cover music cultures relating to diverse practitioners across space and time, from courting couples in China’s heartlands to ethnic minority singers from the borderlands, and from Ming-period courtesans to contemporary karaoke hostesses. The book also features interviews with musicians, music industry workers, and fans talking about gender. With its wide-ranging subject matter and interdisciplinary approach, Gender in Chinese Music will be the major resource for researchers and students interested in this important subject. Rachel Harris is a senior lecturer in ethnomusicology at SOAS, University of London, and author of several books on the music of Chinese Central Asia. Rowan Pease is a senior teaching fellow at SOAS, University of London, and editorial manager of The China Quarterly. Shzr Ee Tan is a lecturer in music at Royal Holloway, University of London, an active musician in the UK and Singapore, and author of Beyond “Innocence”: Amis Aboriginal Song in Taiwan as an Ecosystem.

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Happy New Year 2011 Year of the rabbit Chinese New Year Lunar New Year Greeting Card

Happy New Year 2011 Year of the rabbit Chinese New Year Lunar New Year Greeting Card


7 x 5 Paper Greeting Card
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Chinese Laundry

Chinese Laundry


With groundbreaking styles season after season, Chinese Laundry shoes, Chinese Laundry sandals and Chinese Laundry boots are at the forefront of fashion shoes for young women. Launched in 1981, Chinese Laundry is the perfect expression of its signature combination of outstanding quality and value with a unique and inspired point of view. Chinese Laundry shoes and Chinese Laundry handbags, along with Little Laundry shoes for girls feature trendy designs as well as refined classics that transition from work to a night out in top style. Chinese Laundry s stylish daytime wedges, boots, evening sandals and pumps consistently provide a mix of styles and trends that are ideal for today’s fashion-forward landscape. Chinese Laundry shoes offer a great array of styles to fit every facet of the fashion-conscious girl s lifestyle. From classic formal dress shoes to the latest trends hot off the fashion magazines, Chinese Laundry shoes offers a great array of styles to fit every facet of the fashion-conscious girl s lifestyle.
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Chinese Laundry Jungle Fever CL420 Python Women s Handbag

Chinese Laundry Jungle Fever CL420 Python Women s Handbag

Chinese Laundry Jungle Fever CL420 Python Women s Handbag
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Chinese Laundry: Chinese Laundry Shoes

Chinese Laundry: Chinese Laundry Shoes


Chinese Laundry: Chinese Laundry Shoes: With groundbreaking styles season after season, Chinese Laundry shoes, Chinese Laundry sandals and Chinese Laundry boots are at the forefront of fashion shoes for young women. Launched in 1981, Chinese Laundry is the perfect expression of its signature combination of outstanding quality and value with a unique and inspired point of view. Chinese Laundry shoes and Chinese Laundry handbags, along with Little Laundry shoes for girls feature trendy designs as well as refined classics that transition from work to a night out in top style. Chinese Laundry s stylish daytime wedges, boots, evening sandals and pumps consistently provide a mix of styles and trends that are ideal for today’s fashion-forward landscape. Chinese Laundry shoes offer a great array of styles to fit every facet of the fashion-conscious girl s lifestyle. From classic formal dress shoes to the latest trends hot off the fashion magazines, Chinese Laundry shoes offers a great array of styles to fit every facet of the fashion-conscious girl s lifestyle.
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Women’s Chinese Laundry Whistle

Women’s Chinese Laundry Whistle


Easy slip-on wear; Available in a variety of uppers; Man-made lining; Lightly cushioned man-made footbed; Hidden platform creates a dramatic silhouette; Heel Height: 5 in;
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