What does this moment - when an overwhelming majority of Americans are rising against race prejudice - mean for the rest of world? Is it right to view the George Floyd protests as an isolated US problem? Zhuo Ling argues otherwise.
While Chinese official media peddles a narrative of victory over COVID-19, and western powers like the US reel from the pandemic, an important part forgotten in the COVID saga are the Chinese people. Zhuo Ling brings forth their perspective.
In the context of Hong Kong's fight, and an Italian court case, a new right emerges from the deadwood of ancient civil law. Zhuo Ling from UCLA School of Law takes a look at this new right, and how it impacts identity politics in Hong Kong.
As the world's most populous nation celebrates the 70th anniversary of the world's most entrenched political party, Zhou Ling brings a perspective on what the 70th anniversary of PRC means for the world, and China's biggest challenge - Hong Kong.
Netflix has a new show, and with it comes the controversy. Does Dave Chappelle's hit new Stand-Up provide for good entertainment? Or is it an attempt at piggybacking on notoriety? Zhou Ling from UCLA School of Law explains her perspective.