The abrupt ending came after Trump told a reporter of Asian descent to "ask China" her question about COVID-19.
A spokesperson for the fast-food giant said the Guangzhou restaurant had been temporarily closed and staff will undergo training.
A Wuhan native living in the U.S. is using TikTok to educate young people on the coronavirus and combat misconceptions.
Dr Li Wenliang was reprimanded by Chinese officials for warning other doctors about coronavirus cases.
“This is something that is a low risk, we think, in the U.S.,” national security adviser Robert O'Brien said Sunday.
A video by the brand featuring a Chinese woman trying to eat a giant cannoli with a pair of chopsticks was decried as "offensive."
A bride's parents, who live in China, may not be able to attend her wedding because they were denied visas by the U.S. State Department.
As show organizers scramble to get the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show up and running in Shanghai, models and other participants are worried that the Chinese government is spying.
The government caught wind of a "controversial incident" where Perry wore a glittery dress with sunflowers in 2015.
The offensive tee is being monetized on Spreadshirt, a site that allows customers to create their own designs and sell them online. As a result, “Save A Dog, Eat a Chinese,” created by user Quentin1984, isn’t the only racist T-shirt for sale. A customized shirt for those who’d like to wear their ignorance. The slogan’s blatant ignorance towards Chinese culture has onlookers up in arms — many taking to social media to air their disgust.
Liu Wen was the first Chinese model to walk the Victoria’s Secret runway. Four Chinese models —Liu Wen, Xi Mengyao, Sui He, and Ju Xiaowen — are set to walk in the 2016 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show on Wednesday. Considering the first Victoria’s Secret model of Asian descent did not walk in the retailer’s annual show until 2009, this is a huge step toward inclusivity and racial diversity for Victoria’s Secret.
Wang Deshun isn’t a twenty-something, willowy, 100-pound waif–and yet he’s still one of the hottest attractions to hit China’s thriving fashion scene in recent years. Wang Deshun walked the runway during China Fashion Week in Beijing. Deshun made his runway debut at the age of 79 in Beijing, during China Fashion Week last year March.
On Saturday, China unveiled a sleek glass bridge in the Hunan province that’ll make your knees go weak. Spanning 430 metres and hanging 300 metres above the Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon, it’s the longest and highest glass bridge in the world. In light of this terrifying architectural feat, we took a look at 6 other outrageous tourist attractions around the globe. Check out the video above for more details and let us know if you’d visit any of them by tweeting us @YahooStyleCA
From Shanghai socialites to Communist Party leaders, the past 100 years for women in China have been full of seismic shifts. The 15th episode of Cut.com’s “100 Years of Beauty” series gives a beauty-focused overview of these changes in less than a minute.
The ugly holiday sweater might be a beloved December tradition, but luxury it is not. Until now, at least. Mid deep-dive into the world wide web of nonsensical tops—from Santa peeing to Manatees clinging—we found this delightful image of a sloth clinging to the North Pole against a snow-flecked cotton/polyester blend. It’s the biggest moment for sloths since Kristen Bell’s classic 2014 breakdown. The black and white sweater is made in China, and costs $5,995 on holidayfury.com. ...
Folks in China are trying to figure out the origins of a new trend that has all the cool kids affixing plastic plants to their heads. According to the New York Times, clipping plastic bean sprouts, flowers, gourds or any other kind of vegetation to your crown is what’s hot in the streets. The only problem? It seems like no one in all of China, a country with more than a billion people, knows where the trend came from.