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Editors note for January 23, 2020

Dear Access member,

Interested in bribery risk management in China? And why wouldn’t you be if you have business there? Come to our event on event on January 27 in New York. Admission is free.  

Need a quick primer on Lunar New Year? Here’s a five-minute read introducing the traditions of China’s biggest holiday. And let me again wish you all the best for the Year of the Rat.

Because of the holiday, we won’t send a newsletter tomorrow unless there is a really urgent breaking story. If you need your daily fix of SupChina, please check out our growing range of podcasts. Two latest episodes:

Which gives us our word of the day: podcast (播客 bōkè, not to be confused with “blog” 博客 bókè).

—Jeremy Goldkorn, Editor-in-Chief

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