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Personal insights into the frontier of Chinese biomedicine

“I foresee that within the next few years, patients from…

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Q&A with Sexy Cyborg, China’s most notorious Maker

Her name is Naomi Wu, aka Sexy Cyborg. She may be…

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U.S. poet laureate Tracy K. Smith on Chinese poetry, language, and the allure of China

BEIJING – Tracy K. Smith, who began her post as the 22nd poet laureate of the…

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F. Warren McFarlan on U.S.-China relations, xenophobia, and the ambition of Chinese companies

F. Warren McFarlan is professor emeritus and former senior associate dean at Harvard Business School. He…

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Can pop music connect teens in China with the world? Musical.ly co-founder Louis Yang wants to find out

The ability of social media platforms to cross China’s Great Firewall has been limited, regardless of whether they…

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What ails China’s healthcare system? Roberta Lipson has a detailed diagnosis

Roberta Lipson is one of the most successful foreign entrepreneurs in China of the last three decades. In…

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China in infographics

SupChina recently corresponded with Peter Wood, editor of the China Brief at the Jamestown Foundation in…

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Women are building real brands selling knockoff clothing

In China’s booming world of ecommerce, women really do hold up half the sky. More than 50 percent…

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Q&A with Chinese supermodel Ming Xi

Ming Xi (奚梦瑶 Xī Mèngyáo) is a Chinese fashion model from Shanghai. She came to international attention after…

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Cuckoos that fly from Beijing to Africa

Terry Townshend is a British bird enthusiast living and working in Beijing. With a professional background in environmental law,…

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Sinica extra: Q&A with Andy Rothman on his start in China, being bullish on the nation and 5 must-read books

Andy Rothman is an investment strategist with Matthews Asia, where he writes the Sinology column. He was previously…

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Sinica extra: Q&A with Rachel Stern on the scholarly appeal of China’s legal system, the nation’s crackdown on lawyers and U.S. litigiousness

Jeremy: A cynic might joke that studying Chinese law and legal processes is in some ways like living in…

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Sinica extra: Q&A with Ma Tianjie on toxic heavy metals, bourgeois culture and more

Ma Tianjie is the blogger behind Chublic Opinion, editor of the environmental website

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Q&A with Zing Bai, the founder of a New York restaurant who wants to take her ‘awesome’ fried rice across the U.S.

Last summer, Haijing “Zing” Bai’s parents in Beijing had no idea their daughter had quit her law firm…

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Q&A with Hao Wu, documentary filmmaker trying to understand China’s changes

In 2011, Hao Wu gave up a successful career as a top executive in the Chinese Internet industry to…

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