A simple guide to promoting constructive dialogues and respectful commenting.
The perspectives and opinions taken in this blog stem primarily from the author’s personal experience and observations, and do not necessarily represent or indicate the stance of a larger group.
For delicate reasons, this blog cannot take a more liberal role than it already does, and the primary focus will not be on highly sensitive vocabularies or issues.
All contents of this blog are created with genuine interest and respect of the author for her country and people, therefore comments that attempt to wound this affirmation will be ignored. They are not to be dignified with a further comment.
The author does not presume to know everything about a vastly complicated topic such as China, but only attempts to offer a fair share of her own interpretations, and encourage constructive dialogues for better understandings of the subject.
When referencing the term “the Chinese“, depending on the context, the author refers to either the Chinese in the current climate, or the Chinese as a more stable cultural identity that endures over time. Notes will be made wherever necessary, in other cases we trust that the readers are well-informed to reach the context of such terms.
The photographers and other guest participants whose works are presented in this blog do not necessarily share any opinions or perspectives of the author. They and their extraordinary works participate independently as Guests, and thanks to their unwavering support, the site can present a much more beautiful and diverse China, as She is also their China.