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How Asian Americans Keep Lunar New Year Traditions Alive

January 22, millions of Americans will ring in the Lunar New Year.

World's 10 Most Powerful Tourism Cities

Which city rules all others as the top power in the international world of tourism?

US Requiring COVID Testing of Travelers From China

Following a surge in infections, negative test results must be demonstrated.

Massive Pileup Involves 200+ Cars

Multilane bridge strewn with hundreds of cars and trucks after heavy fog.

80,000 Tourists Stranded in Chinese Resort City

They came for a beach holiday. Now they're trapped in China's latest pandemic lockdown.

Lesbian Couple Sues After Being Denied Entry to Zoo In China

The Chimelong Safari Park reportedly denied the two women a chance to see the pandas and giraffes because they were a same-sex couple. 

11 Wild Pics With NüShù, Shanghai’s Underground Female Collective

The NüShù Workshop is a female-identifying collective contributing the rapidly growing, vibrant music scene in Shanghai.

China Bans LGBT Content on Television
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China Bans LGBT Content on Television

The Chinese government believes LGBT shows "exaggerate the dark side of society."

‘Deadpool’ Deemed Too Inappropriate for Chinese Release
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‘Deadpool’ Deemed Too Inappropriate for Chinese Release

Sucks to be them. 

PHOTOS: Pride Grows in Hong Kong

Thousands turned out for the Gay Pride celebration in Hong Kong with the theme "Love Is Love."

Watch: Gay Couple Gets Engaged On Beijing Subway, Crowd Cheers
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Watch: Gay Couple Gets Engaged On Beijing Subway, Crowd Cheers

The video, uploaded to a Chinese site, quickly went viral. 

China Approves First Gay Film For Theatrical Release
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China Approves First Gay Film For Theatrical Release

After a year of deliberations, censors approved the film in its entirety. 

Parents of LGBT People in China Are Helping Spread Acceptance
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Parents of LGBT People in China Are Helping Spread Acceptance

Homosexuality was still listed as a mental illness until 2001, but attitudes are changing.

Giant Duck Hits Hong Kong

The 54-foot-tall rubber duck will float Hong Kong's harbor until June 9.