On a busy Monday afternoon in late October, a line of people in reflective vests stood on Happiness Avenue, in downtown Beijing.
The world.edu network focuses on education, science, innovation and the environment.
Here you can submit and vote on the best content from the world’s leading organisations and websites.
Microsoft is being questioned by the US government over whether a diversity initiative amounts to racial discrimination.
Facebook has deleted a post in which President Trump had claimed Covid-19 was "less lethal" than the flu.
In an interview with a local newspaper, a professor called for her hometown board of health to declare racism a public health crisis.
Facebook has updated its rules to tackle posts containing depictions of "blackface" and common anti-Semitic stereotypes.
Elite British sportswomen have spoken out about "horrific abuse" on social media, telling a BBC Sport survey about constant comments on their appearance and sexist remarks questioning their right to play sport
Microsoft has added a new feature to its Teams video-conferencing app that cuts all the participants out and pastes them into the same virtual room.
Social media platform Twitter is dropping the terms "master", "slave" and "blacklist" in favour of more inclusive language.
UK government adviser Stephen Reicher argues that the discipline, which often comes under fire, can help in articulating ‘between the social and the individual’
Technology giant Amazon has banned the police from using its controversial facial recognition software for a year.