What actually went down in the Cambridge University Press Chinese censorship scandal

The Tab recaps the saga

Ai Weiwei, the ‘most powerful artist in the world’, comes to Cambridge – and blasts Brexit

‘A nation should be generous’: The Chinese dissident spoke to The Tab as part of his extraordinary May Week visit

Remember me, Tiananmen

We must remember Tiananmen Square, says JOE GOODMAN.

How to Impress an Asian Studies Student Without Trying

SOPHIE WILLIAMS tells you how to blag your way into the heart of students of Chinese/Japanese/Korean by watching films.

Mr and Mrs Sparks and the Emperor’s Panda

OLLIE THICKNESSE and CATRIONA STIRLING have great fun with this fast-paced musical.

Rhinoceros in Love

WILL KENNAWAY enjoys a charming if bewildering evening of Chinese theatre.

Chinese Whispers: 100 Grand to Get You Into Oxbridge

Can’t get into Oxbridge? Here’s a way to win your entry. One thing: it costs 100K.

Chinese New Fear

There will be new Chinese Jade on display at the Fitz just weeks after the break-in.

The Great Recession Escape

Fancy running off to foreign countries instead of getting a real job? ARON SOLOMONS runs you through your options.

Interview: British Sea Power

‘We sound like imperialist cunts’. STEPHEN YANG talks to self-deprecating, foliage-loving band BRITISH SEA POWER, about not going to protests and performing old Beatles’ songs to die-hard Chinese fans

Cambridge Pandering to Chinese

Cambridge University Press has adopted a baby giant panda in China.

Tangled in the Web

The Tab’s poll results are in and it’s official: the Internet has become an addiction. RAYMOND LI investigates.