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Japan’s World Cup win was “Asia’s victory,” says Chinese newspaper

Japan made history on Tuesday when it defeated Colombia 2-1 in Saransk, Russia, becoming…

The People’s Republic of Chai-na

How do artists in Beijing cope with the inevitability of eviction, demolition — 拆 (chāi)? In the past, they have…

Trade war update: Chinese investment in U.S. plummets, but yuan stays steady

The hostilities continue between the American and Chinese governments, a day after Donald Trump prepared…

Xinhua News Agency cheers the decline of American leadership

Australia’s Lowy Institute has published the results of its 2018 public opinion poll: 42 percent of the survey respondents said…

Urban management officer suspended for whipping street vendor

An urban management officer (城管 chéngguǎn) in Taiyuan, Shanxi Province, has been suspended…

Firefighting drones and robots are emerging in China

Yeah, you read that right — it’s just as awesome as it sounds.

China Unsolved: Who poisoned Zhu Ling?

China Unsolved is a SupChina weekly series profiling China’s most notorious unsolved mysteries. A talented student, a mystery illness, an obvious suspect….

Kim goes to Beijing after Singapore Summit

For the third time in less than three months, Kim Jong-un has met with his…

Trump escalates trade war, again

U.S. President Donald Trump is preparing to go all in on his big bet on…

The next Chinese behemoths: Healthcare companies

In October last year, China’s State Council announced new rules for approvals for…

Quanzhou government sparks outrage for ad perpetuating gender stereotypes

The municipal government of Quanzhou, Fujian Province, is in hot water over a digital billboard that highlighted sexist gender roles at home, part of…

Dare to walk on the world’s longest glass circular bridge!

The glass bridge in Xinmi, Henan Province, is nine meters (29 feet) longer than the Grand Canyon Skywalk in Arizona. It’s 360 meters…

Xi Jinping and China get the John Oliver treatment

“China: the country responsible for huge technological advances, and yet it still can’t seem to get pandas to fuck.” Thus begins John Oliver’s 20-minute…

1.9 million user accounts hacked at recruitment website 51Job

Private data of more than 1.9 million users of 51Job.com, one of the largest recruitment platforms in China, were…

Kuora: Mao Zedong and the archetype of the ruthless Chinese uniter

This week’s column comes from one of Kaiser’s answers originally posted to Quora on  August 20, 2010: Do the Chinese people currently…