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Mandopop Month: AKB48 SH’s wide-eyed trip into stardom

The Friday Song column this month turns its focus to Mandopop, which technically refers to all Mandarin-language pop music, but these days more often…

Hong Kong artist Jackson Wang pulls out of 88Rising festival after expressing support for Beijing

As demonstrations in Hong Kong intensify, the entertainment world is increasingly feeling the heat. Today, news came that Jackson Wang 王嘉尔, a Hong…

Baidu’s free-fall continues: No longer Top 5 among Chinese internet companies

Faking search results, losing public trust, antagonizing critics, etc. — it’s all contributed to…

No foreign black hands, say source: Hong Kong police officers

As Sophia Yan and Roland Oliphant of The Telegraph reports, three senior Hong Kong…

Han Han’s racing film ‘Pegasus’ is the best Chinese movie of 2019 (so far)

For his third outing as a director, Han Han returns to his roots as a former race car driver to sculpt a…

The People’s Daily wants to censor Amazon

Social media outrage in China, stoked by state media, has forced a handful of…

Sinica Podcast: SupChina editor-in-chief Jeremy Goldkorn, live

This week’s Sinica Podcast is now live. This special episode of Sinica starring our very own Jeremy Goldkorn was recorded in New…

11.21.19 NEXTChina Conference

NEXTChina, which will happen on November 21 in New York, is a day of learning, engaging, and connecting with China-focused professionals about the…

Beijing’s likely response to the Hong Kong protests (it doesn’t involve troops)

Will China send in the troops? Anna Fifield of the Washington Post says China is threatening to use force in Hong…

‘What a shame to Hong Kong’: Chinese users flood Instagram

After days of deliberate silence on the turbulent situation in Hong Kong, news outlets in mainland China started this week reporting on the…

Huawei helps African governments spy on opponents

The Wall Street Journal has published an 

Education in China: How the gaokao exam shapes Chinese students’ lives and futures

This article is sponsored by Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University For high-school graduates across China, two days in June mark some of the most life-changing moments…

Hong Kong: The propaganda is working

The BBC reports that “squads of riot police” arrived at the Hong Kong International Airport shortly before midnight local time after a second day…

The ‘mainlanders can’t afford pickles’ affair

Chinese internet users have been unleashing their fury on Taiwanese financial expert Huang Shih-tsung (黄世聪 Huáng Shìcōng) after he said China’s slowing economy…

Weekly Briefing: Police brutality in Hong Kong; the world’s most dangerous place; progress for LGBT Chinese

Hello, readers! The SupChina Weekly Briefing details the most important China news from the past…