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The pessimists have always been wrong

Arthur Kroeber is one of the most perspicacious observers of China’s economy….

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China cultivates African elites

Former Beijing resident and now Nairobi-based Quartz reporter Lily Kuo’s

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Remembering Nanjing 1937

On December 13, Chinese President Xi Jinping led…

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A Sputnik year for America, from China

Your humble editor is a cynical man. I am especially cynical…

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Debt-trap diplomacy on the Belt and Road?

From Colombo, Reuters reports that Sri Lanka’s parliament last week…

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Xi’s our person of the year

I applaud Time’s decision to name its Person…

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How to make real Chinese food

How to make real Chinese food Today we bring you the first of…

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How to survive a nuclear war

Jilin Daily, the official state newspaper of the northeastern province that…

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Ford announces electric ambitions for China

A hometown paper of Motor City, the Detroit News,

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Global internet leaders kiss the ring in Wuzhen

In the fall of 2014, China organized its first World…

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The week of low-end population

Dear reader, We’re going to experiment with our format on Fridays. Please let us know what you think! Write to…

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Obama in Beijing

Former U.S. president Barack Obama made his first visit to Asia since leaving the White House. He met Chinese…

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Jangled nerves in Beijing and Taipei

Needles in your toddler’s arms, detention or eviction by a government that does not recognize your rights — these…

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Senior military leader under investigation commits suicide

At around noon today Beijing time, Xinhua News Agency published a brief announcement (in Chinese) saying that a…

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Toddlers and migrants — a crisis of trust in Beijing

“What did the teacher do to my child?” Parents across China found themselves wondering if they may ever ask this…

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