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Shanghai gets serious about garbage sorting and recycling

In the 1980s, China began importing scrap metal, plastic from recycling programs, and just about every other kind of foreign waste that could…

U.S.-China techno-trade war — from Wall Street to pharma

There’s no reason to hope for a swift or tidy end to the U.S.-China techno-trade war, now in day 376 

After latest Baidu scandal, Chinese internet users quote CEO Robin Li: ‘What’s your problem?’

Chinese search engine giant Baidu — which has been hit with a series of mishaps and financial losses this year, as well as…

Peter Thiel sees Yellow Peril at Google

The Trump-supporting billionaire and Facebook investor Peter Thiel spoke to a gathering of self-described conservatives in Washington, D.C., on July 14. Without…

Weekly Briefing: Who is the real Mulan?; #MeToo in Chinese; China is going to Mars

Hello, readers! The SupChina Weekly Briefing is our newest feature, detailing the most…

A letter praising ‘counter-terrorism’ program in Xinjiang from 37 countries

Top photo: A visual representation of countries that signed letters to the UN Human Rights…

China Film Administration: We want more good (read: patriotic) content

As Chinese audiences were grappling with an unusually bleak summer season caused by

For the Xi’an traveler, learn about the man behind the Terracotta Army

This week’s column comes from one of Kaiser’s answers originally posted to Quora on July 13, 2019: What tips do you have for someone…

Chinese diplomat defends China’s Xinjiang policy with old-fashioned racism

Lijian Zhao 赵立坚 is the deputy chief of mission of the Chinese embassy in Islamabad. He is also a prolific Twitterer, with 190,000 followers,…

The SupChina Q2 2019 Red Paper

Get up to speed on all the important news from China in the second…

Taiwan president Tsai Ing-wen visits New York, protesters scuffle

Photo by Johanna Costigan On Monday, July 8, the U.S. approved a $2.2 billion sale of arms and…

Anta shrugs off short-seller report, targets Zion Williamson for shoe deal

The China Sports Column is a SupChina weekly feature in which China Sports Insider Mark Dreyer looks at the week that was in…

Friday Song: Ai Jing’s yearning for Hong Kong in ‘My 1997’

“1997, please come soon, then I can go to Hong Kong.” In 1992, in the eyes of many on the mainland, Hong Kong was…

Was Shandong University arranging girlfriends for male foreign students?

On Chinese college campuses, one tradition that has been taken for granted is schools’ brazen…

‘The government is powerful, but it can’t shut us down’: Lü Pin on China’s #MeToo movement

Lü Pin 吕频 is a leading feminist activist currently based in the U.S. She has been working on women’s rights issues for more…