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Jeremy Goldkorn

Jeremy Goldkorn

Jeremy Goldkorn is co-founder of the Sinica Podcast and currently edits SupChina and our daily newsletter.
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The Garinafins: An excerpt from The Wall of Storms, by Ken Liu

The Sinica Podcast episode of January 12, 2017, is an interview with science-fiction writer and translator Ken Liu. Below is an excerpt from his novel The Wall of Storms, published with his permission.
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Sinica backgrounder: 40 years of change in China, from the end of the Cultural Revolution to today

A reading list to accompany the Sinica Podcast interview with John Holden, a longtime China expert and firsthand witness of the nation's transformations over the past several decades.
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Sinica backgrounder: The truth about the Chinese economy, from debt to ghost cities

Reading list for the October 27 Sinica Podcast, a discussion with the investment strategist Andy Rothman on common media misconceptions about the Chinese economy and where it's headed.
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Sinica extra: Q&A with Rachel Stern on the scholarly appeal of China's legal system, the nation's crackdown on lawyers and U.S. litigiousness

Rachel Stern, a law professor, author and guest on the October 20 Sinica podcast, joins Jeremy Goldkorn for a supplementary discussion about comparisons between the U.S. and Chinese legal systems, the phrase "rule of law" and the Chinese citizens who are filing lawsuits.
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Sinica backgrounder: The uses and misuses of the law in China

For the October 20 episode of the Sinica Podcast, get up to speed on China's legal system, from its role in the news media to the country's bar exam to environmental litigation.