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Jeremy Goldkorn

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

Sinica extra: An excerpt of John Pomfret’s The Beautiful Country and the Middle Kingdom

John Pomfret first went to China as a student in 1980, and covered the Tiananmen demonstrations…

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The New England Journal of Medicine goes to China

Founded in 1881, the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) is the world’s oldest continuously published medical…

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A Bitcoin mine in the mountains of Sichuan

The digital currency Bitcoin was invented in 2008 and began making headlines in 2013, attracting converts and speculators…

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Why did Uber China slap its foreign users in the face?

In August 2016, the global ride-sharing service Uber gave up on China and sold its Chinese business…

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Cuckoos that fly from Beijing to Africa

Terry Townshend is a British bird enthusiast living and working in Beijing. With a professional background in environmental law,…

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The 25 key phrases of Xi Jinping

Xi Jinping was chosen to be the president and general secretary of the Communist Party Central Committee, the position…

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Sinica backgrounder: 40 years of change in China, from the end of the Cultural Revolution to today

John Holden has a long and storied personal history in China, spanning the entire duration of the period of…

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Sinica extra: Bombing Chongqing

The November 3 Sinica Podcast is an interview with Bill Lascher, author of Eve…

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News roundup: Will the ‘core’ leadership title of ‘mighty Uncle Xi’ help his political agenda? Plus acquisition anxiety and two-child policy

BUSINESS Chinese acquisitions in Australia…

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Sinica extra: Q&A with Andy Rothman on his start in China, being bullish on the nation and 5 must-read books

Andy Rothman is an investment strategist with Matthews Asia, where he writes the Sinology column. He was previously…

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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

Jeremy: A cynic might joke that studying Chinese law and legal processes is in some ways like living in…

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News roundup: How are China’s copycats making entrepreneurs more creative? Plus Australians detained and record space journey

BUSINESS Chinese copycats disrupt…

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News roundup: Will China decide global norms for using AI? Plus Clinton’s leaked comments and property market problems

BUSINESS Analysis: Despite problems in China’s housing market, ‘bubble’…

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Sinica extra: Q&A with Ma Tianjie on toxic heavy metals, bourgeois culture and more

Ma Tianjie is the blogger behind Chublic Opinion, editor of the environmental website

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Sinica extra: Q&A with Mei Fong on her Pulitzer win, meeting Queen Elizabeth and foreign correspondence

Mei Fong, the guest on this week’s Sinica Podcast about China’s one-child policy, is the first Malaysian-born…

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