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These days all you need to be a revolutionary is a mobile phone and a grievance…

These days all you need to be a revolutionary is a mobile phone and a grievance…

A letter to the US from John Cleese (actually by Alan Baxter of Rochester, U.K.)

A letter to the US from John Cleese (actually by Alan Baxter of Rochester, U.K.)

Feminist Xiao Meili started female armpit hair photo contest on the Chinese social network Weibo. Her goal: To start a conversation about gender inequality.

Feminist Xiao Meili started female armpit hair photo contest on the Chinese social network Weibo. Her goal: To start a conversation about gender inequality.

What Happened During China's Cultural Revolution?: Red Guards greet the morning with a mass reading of Mao's Little Red Book, 1968

What Happened During China's Cultural Revolution?: Red Guards greet the morning with a mass reading of Mao's Little Red Book, 1968

"A popular Cultural Revolution poster depicts Red Guards and their motto: "It's no crime to revolt and there's no guilt in rebellion."

"A popular Cultural Revolution poster depicts Red Guards and their motto: "It's no crime to revolt and there's no guilt in rebellion."

A number of mothers-to-be have been told by a regional Chinese government that their pregnancies “deliberately broke the law,”  despite the repressive nation’s boasts earlier this year that it had dropped its one-child policy. It’s because these women are part of blended families or have remarried or have husbands who previously were married. Reggie Littlejohn, […]

A number of mothers-to-be have been told by a regional Chinese government that their pregnancies “deliberately broke the law,” despite the repressive nation’s boasts earlier this year that it had dropped its one-child policy. It’s because these women are part of blended families or have remarried or have husbands who previously were married. Reggie Littlejohn, […]

As Google abandons its past, Internet archivists step in to save our collective memory.

As Google abandons its past, Internet archivists step in to save our collective memory.