Real name registration for Internet access (in simplified Chinese 网络实名制), or Internet real name system, is a rule that requires Internet users to use their real names to identify themselves to service providers, including Internet or telecommunications operators.
Red Star Over China, a book by Edgar Snow, is an account of the Communist Party of China written when they were a guerrilla army still obscure to Westerners
Ruth F. Weiss, also known as Wei Lushi, (December 11, 1908 - March 6, 2006), was a Jewish-born Austrian-Chinese educator, journalist, and lecturer.
Rewi Alley was born in Springfield, Canterbury, New Zealand in 1879. He left New Zealand for China and arrived in Shanghai on April 21st 1927.