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Jerry Yang of Yahoo: Why I Believed in Alibaba

This week on Sinica, we bring you a special preview of a new podcast called 996 Podcast with… http://supchina.com/podcast-player/46347/jerry-yang-of-yahoo-why-i-believed-in-alibaba-2.mp3Podcast: Download file | Play in new windowSubscribe: iTunes

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Inside China’s AI revolution, with Jessi Hempel

China is a world leader in artificial intelligence (AI) technology. If you had said that even five years ago… http://supchina.com/podcast-player/46049/inside-chinas-ai-revolution-jessi-hempel.mp3Podcast: Download file | Play in new windowSubscribe: iTunes

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Jiayang Fan on beauty in China

Jiayang Fan is a staff writer at the New Yorker who writes on many topics, but in the past year,… http://supchina.com/podcast-player/45333/jiayang-fan-on-beauty-in-china.mp3Podcast: Download file | Play in new windowSubscribe: iTunes

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Stephen Roach on the unhealthy economic codependency of China and America

Stephen Roach is a senior fellow at Yale University’s Jackson Institute for Global Affairs and a senior lecturer at… http://supchina.com/podcast-player/44997/stephen-roach-economic-codependency-china-america.mp3Podcast: Download file | Play in new windowSubscribe: iTunes

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Rana Mitter on studying the Nanjing Massacre

This week marks the 80th anniversary of the Nanjing Massacre, also known as the Rape of Nanking, which… http://supchina.com/podcast-player/44437/rana-mitter-studying-nanjing-massacre.mp3Podcast: Download file | Play in new windowSubscribe: iTunes

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Scott Tong on his surprising family history

NOTE: If you haven’t read the book and are allergic to spoilers, please be aware that the interesting surprises… http://supchina.com/podcast-player/43912/scott-tong-on-his-surprising-family-history.mp3Podcast: Download file | Play in new windowSubscribe: iTunes

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Why China needs a #MeToo campaign but won’t allow it: A conversation with Leta Hong Fincher

Leta Hong Fincher is the author of the book Leftover Women: The Resurgence of Gender Inequality in… http://supchina.com/podcast-player/43321/china-needs-metoo-campaign-wont-allow-conversation-leta-hong-fincher.mp3Podcast: Download file | Play in new windowSubscribe: iTunes

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When American pilots fell out of the Chinese sky

Everyone knows, or at least recognizes, the image of the Flying Tigers (飞虎队 fēihǔduì). The shark-faced noses of these… http://supchina.com/podcast-player/42979/american-pilots-fell-chinese-sky.mp3Podcast: Download file | Play in new windowSubscribe: iTunes

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Jane Perlez on Trump’s visit to Beijing

Jane Perlez is the Pulitzer Prize-winning Beijing bureau chief of the New York Times, and her own reporting focuses… http://supchina.com/podcast-player/42672/jane-perlez-trumps-visit-beijing.mp3Podcast: Download file | Play in new windowSubscribe: iTunes

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Gary Liu, CEO of the South China Morning Post

The South China Morning Post has been up to big things recently — and faced big doubts from those who… http://supchina.com/podcast-player/42212/gary-liu-ceo-south-china-morning-post.mp3Podcast: Download file | Play in new windowSubscribe: iTunes

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Takeaways from China’s 19th Party Congress, with Bill Bishop and Jude Blanchette

Today we welcome back to the show two regular Sinica guests, Bill Bishop and Jude Blanchette, to discuss the… http://supchina.com/podcast-player/41942/takeaways-chinas-19th-party-congress-bill-bishop-jude-blanchette.mp3Podcast: Download file | Play in new windowSubscribe: iTunes

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The China-Africa relationship, a decade after its blossoming

Lina Benabdallah is an assistant professor of political science at Wake Forest University in North Carolina who recently completed… http://supchina.com/podcast-player/41625/china-africa-relationship-decade-blossoming.mp3Podcast: Download file | Play in new windowSubscribe: iTunes

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Authoritarian schooling in Shanghai vs. the American approach

When American journalist Lenora Chu moved to Shanghai, she faced tough choices about where and how to educate her… http://supchina.com/podcast-player/41366/authoritarian-schooling-shanghai-vs-american-approach.mp3Podcast: Download file | Play in new windowSubscribe: iTunes

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A conversation with Chinese adoptees in the U.S.

In April 1992, China implemented a law that, for the first time, allowed families from other countries to… http://supchina.com/podcast-player/41147/conversation-chinese-adoptees-u-s.mp3Podcast: Download file | Play in new windowSubscribe: iTunes

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Alarm bells in the ivory tower: Jim Millward on the Cambridge University Press censorship fiasco

On August 17, 2017, the global community of China scholars erupted in outrage over one particular and unusual case… http://supchina.com/podcast-player/40944/alarm-bells-ivory-tower-jim-millward-cambridge-university-press-censorship-fiasco.mp3Podcast: Download file | Play in new windowSubscribe: iTunes

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