Robert Foyle Hunwick is a writer and editor based in Beijing, China. He has written extensively for various US and UK magazines and newspapers, including The Times, Telegraph, Sunday Telegraph, The Atlantic, Esquire, Foreign Policy, Global Post (now PRI), Asia Sentinel, Danwei, Time Out Beijing, Vice, China Newsweek
‘We’re Still Fighting the Japanese in Bed’: The strange relationship between China's oversexed anti-Japanese propaganda and its underground porn trade
China's Eerie Faux-European Ghost Towns: Located near Beijing, the mock-Alpine village of "Spring Legend" has houses, restaurants, shops—and few people. So why are Chinese developers so obsessed with building bizarre ghost towns?
Playboy Is Ditching the Sex and Betting on China: But the once-hot brand has moved decidedly down-market. Can Hugh Hefner save his struggling company by selling sweatsuits to Chinese grandmothers?
Over-the-Top Marriage Proposals: To put a ring on her finger in a high-stakes marriage market, it's a case of go big or go home
Miss Universal Values: China's efforts to win the international beauty contest offer intriguing insights into attitudes towards sex, beauty and gender
Getting Drunk in North Korea: With crappy beer, strange nightclubs, and even bad hangovers, Pyongyang's nightlife may be the only domain in which a Westerner can find normalcy in the Hermit Kingdom.