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The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief, episode 7

15 hours ago

Reporting on Trump as a member of Chinese media

Jane ChiaChieh Tang, the U.S. bureau chief for Sina News, talks about her experience as a Chinese-language reporter covering the White House.   Read more

The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief, episode 6

SupChina’s new weekly show with China’s leading business and financial news source.   Read more

Joseph Nye, Jr.: Chinese power in the age of Donald Trump

The man who coined the term soft power discusses what it means for China today and in the future.   Read more

The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief, episode 5

SupChina’s new weekly show with China’s leading business and financial news source.   Read more

The negotiator: Charlene Barshefsky

America’s point person in negotiations from 1997 to 2001 to bring China into the World Trade Organization gives her take on the country today.   Read more

The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief, episode 4

SupChina’s new weekly show with China’s leading business and financial news source.   Read more

Bill Bishop on what it takes to be a good China-watcher

Kaiser Kuo talks to the man some call "the China-watcher's China-watcher" on how to keep up on news and politics in China.   Read more

The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief, episode 3

SupChina’s new weekly show with China’s leading business and financial news source.   Read more

How can we amplify women’s voices on China?

Joanna Chiu of Agence France Presse and Lucy Hornby of the Financial Times discuss gender representation in China expertise; also, the public list of female China specialists they created to get more women quoted in the media and speaking on discussion panels.   Read more

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