Lucas Niewenhuis

Lucas Niewenhuis is an associate editor at SupChina who helps curate daily news and produce the company’s newsletter, app, and website content. Previously, Lucas researched China-Africa relations at the Social Science Research Council and interned at the Council on Foreign Relations in New York. He has studied Chinese language and culture in Shanghai and Beijing, and is a graduate of the University of Michigan.

China’s 200 tiger-breeding farms, holding 6,000 of the animals for slaughter and sale, will likely be a target of scrutiny at international conference on endangered species

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Cooking lesson: How to make kung pao chicken

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Netizens decry internet addiction treatment centers as investigators look into a 16-year-old girl’s alleged murder of her mother and claims of abuse at a facility for ‘rebellious youths’

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As China upgrades aircraft and anti-aircraft weaponry, the U.S. moves to counter potential threats

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Some North Korean defectors have estranged children in China and can’t reunite with them

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The memory of China’s communist past brings Chinese ‘red’ tourism to historically significant spots in France and Russia

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The president of the Philippines, citing a ‘point of no return’ in relations with the U.S., pursues deeper ties with China and Russia

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Japan scrambles warplanes after it observes Chinese fighter jets in a strait near disputed islands in the East China Sea for the first time

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Chinese millennials choose the Maldives and Paris as top travel destinations, edging out Hong Kong and Singapore

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Photos: Exploring the landscapes, homes and people of Xinjiang

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A small Jewish community that settled along the Yellow River more than 1,000 years ago finds itself an unlikely victim in the recent political crackdown

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Censorship leaves few options for live viewing of the Trump-Clinton debate in mainland China, yet many locals are curious

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The Guangdong Province party chief chose a hardline crackdown in Wukan to improve personal chances at rising politically, say top inside sources

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Understanding China gets more difficult as the nation’s restrictions on foreign reporters become the worst in decades, according to a report from PEN America

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