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Jeremy Goldkorn

Jeremy Goldkorn is co-founder of the Sinica Podcast and currently edits SupChina and its daily newsletter.

The return of Swatch — thanks to China

“Chinese consumers powered a stronger than expected increase in sales and…

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Taiwan retaliates against new flight routes declared by P.R.C.

China Eastern and Xiamen Airlines have cancelled 176 extra flights…

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The global electric car business is about to get very interesting

Ecommerce behemoth Alibaba and Foxconn — the company that manufactured most of the smartphones you’ve ever owned — have led…

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Wang Qishan is back

Wang Qishan 王岐山, “the formidable Chinese politician who oversaw President…

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Friday Song: Old-school Beijing rap that spits straight truth

Beijing is building The people are changing Who is responsible for all of this? Going mainstream is, sadly,…

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Davos provides propaganda opportunity for China

Today, the rich and powerful who are Davos Men —…

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World’s first cloned monkeys born in China

Researchers at the Chinese Academy of Sciences Institute of Neuroscience announced…

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Chinese airlines to allow mobile phone use and offer wifi

This week, thirteen Chinese airlines announced that passengers…

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New drone to have 20-ton payload

Popular Science reports that Chengdu-based Tengoen Technology (腾盾科技 téngdùn…

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Falling birth rates and infant deaths

Caixin reports that 630,000 fewer babies were born in…

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Former CIA officer arrested: did he leak the names of informers to China?

Former CIA officer arrested: did he leak the names of informers…

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Corporate VPNs get the squeeze

For several years, China’s internet regulators have been squeezing virtual private…

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State-owned companies had a record year in 2017

The South China Morning Post reports that “total profit at…

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Marriott, Delta, and Zara under fire for websites that call Taiwan a country

In December 2004, Chinese media reported that hackers had…

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China says no plan to reduce U.S. Treasury purchases

Yesterday, we noted a Bloomberg report that indicated some senior…

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