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Jia Guo

Jia Guo is from the coastal city of Qingdao. She has an M.A. in multimedia journalism from NYU and has worked at Facebook and Bloomberg TV in New York City.

Chinese scientists score a cloning victory with monkeys

Researchers in Shanghai have successfully cloned two macaques using the technique developed by Scottish scientists to clone Dolly the…

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NEXT CHINA: A conversation with Stephen Roach about macroeconomics in China

We spoke with Stephen Roach, senior lecturer at Yale’s School of Management and former chairman of Morgan Stanley Asia,…

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NEXT CHINA: A conversation with Michael Szonyi on Chinese politics

We spoke with Michael Szonyi, professor of Chinese history at Harvard University and director of the Fairbank Center for…

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Chinese livestreamers flock to Kuaishou to show off their talents

Kuaishou, a fast-growing Chinese livestreaming app, offers millions of ordinary Chinese a platform to show off their talents to…

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Wendi Deng Murdoch is accused of being a spy. Who is she?

On January 15, the Wall Street Journal reported that U.S. counterintelligence officials warned Jared Kushner that Wendi Deng Murdoch…

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Instant hotpot in China

Hotpot is a popular dish that involves diners cooking vegetables, meat, tofu, and other delicacies in a boiling pot…

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China’s talented BAT

Alibaba’s Jack Ma is apparently not the only titan of Chinese tech who can sing and dance in costume,…

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French President Emmanuel Macron shows off Mandarin in China

French President Emmanuel Macron embarked on his three-day state visit to China on Monday. A video showing him learning…

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China is building a life-size replica of the Titanic

A full-size replica of the Titanic is being built in the remote countryside of Sichuan Province. Construction began in…

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Beijing to open world’s largest airport in 2019

The world’s largest airport will open in 2019 in Beijing. It is expected to serve 100 million passengers. Take…

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World’s longest glass bridge opens in China

China opened the world’s longest glass bridge at the end of 2017. Located in the Hongyagu Scenic Area, the glass…

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Buffalo painting in Yunnan

Buffalos in the border city of Jiangcheng, Yunnan Province, are painted as part of a traditional celebration of a…

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China’s ivory trade ban takes effect

A ban on selling all ivory products in China was announced by the government in 2016 and took effect…

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Chinese internet users decode Xi Jinping’s New Year speech

Chinese President Xi Jinping talked about eradicating poverty by 2020, patriotism, and the welfare of the common people, but…

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13 simple, heartwarming photos from the Chinese internet

The year 2017, on the whole, has been sort of crummy. But even so, displays of kindness and generosity have…

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