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The editors

Jeremy Goldkorn, Anthony Tao, Lucas Niewenhuis, Jia Guo, and Jiayun Feng.

Sinica Podcast: Scott Tong on his surprising family history

This week’s Sinica Podcast is now live. NOTE: If you haven’t read the book and are allergic to spoilers,…

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The Secret Menu: Jiayang Fan of The New Yorker spices up your potato

Welcome to the first of two pilot episodes of The Secret Menu, our new cooking show, where we show you…

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Sinica Podcast: Leta Hong Fincher on sexism and sexual harassment in China

This week’s Sinica episode is now live. Leta Hong Fincher is the author of the book Leftover…

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Introducing: Kuora, a weekly column starring Kaiser Kuo

Readers of this site undoubtedly know our editor-at-large, Kaiser Kuo — the name, if not the voice; the legend, if…

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Sinica Podcast: The Doolittle Raiders, American pilots in China

This week’s Sinica episode is now live. Everyone knows, or at least recognizes, the image of the Flying Tigers…

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Sinica Podcast: A conversation with Jane Perlez on Donald Trump’s China trip

This week’s Sinica episode is now live. Hosts Kaiser Kuo and Jeremy Goldkorn talk to the Pulitzer Prize-winning…

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What happened at China’s 19th Party Congress

We are now two weeks out from the conclusion of the 19th Party Congress, and the Party’s propaganda…

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Q&A with Sexy Cyborg, China’s most notorious Maker

Her name is Naomi Wu, aka Sexy Cyborg. She may be…

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This is what will happen at the 19th Party Congress this fall

Quick facts on Party congresses in China Party congresses are the formal leadership-selection process for…

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Here are all the words Chinese state media has banned

Xinhua News Agency was established by the Chinese Communist Party in 1931 in a

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China in infographics

SupChina recently corresponded with Peter Wood, editor of the China Brief at the Jamestown Foundation in…

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The 2017 SupChina summer reading list

For our first summer reading list, we recommend books on a few subject areas that an informed reader…

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How the China Securities Regulatory Commission began to regulate high frequency trading after the 2015 stock market crash

CSRC uses “big data” to conduct investigations 10:48:08 2015-11-20 Caixin author: Yue Yue From the 2015 45th edition of “Caixin Weekly”, published…

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The Belt and Road: China’s ‘project of the century’

Quick facts on China’s Belt and Road Belt and Road is basically a network of railroads,…

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Anbang confirms billionaire chairman is in trouble

The rumors came true: Anbang chairman detained At 8:30 p.m. Beijing time on June 13, Caijing magazine published an article…

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