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Welcome to the NEW SupChina Access members area. Below you will find our Access archives, information about our Slack channel, and much more.
 
To view our 2020 Red Paper, click here.
 
If you have any questions email Lucas@supchina.com

 

Below you will find all SupChina Access newsletter content in a stream. It is drawn from two categories: The Premium Access category, which is updated daily with each component of the newsletter posted as an individual story, and the Access Archive category, which contains all of our newsletters from January 27, 2018, to December 10, 2019. Stay tuned: We are developing a feature for members to search the archive in granular detail, and will update you when this is available.

Other content that is exclusively for Access members will also be posted in the Premium Access category.

 

Yesterday

Editor’s note for Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Dear Access member, Our annual Women’s Conference is set for May 5 in New York. Discounted early-bird tickets are on sale today: Click…

Beijing expels three Wall Street Journal reporters

China has ordered Wall Street Journal reporters Philip Wen, Chao Deng, and Josh…

Has the COVID-19 outbreak peaked in China?

According to official numbers, the answer is yes. Though the total number of infections and deaths continue to increase steadily — with

Chinese companies unable to reopen due to the coronavirus

Aside from workers who cannot get back to work and jammed-up logistics networks, a major obstacle for businesses reopening amid the COVID-19 breakout…

Tencent’s boundary-pushing Dajia blog abruptly shuts down

On the morning of February 19, media consumers in China woke up to discover that Dàjiā 大家 by Tencent News, an opinion blog…

Communist Youth League inadvertently starts conversation about women’s rights

On February 17, the Communist Youth League of China — a Party organization for youth between the ages of 14 and 28 —…

A quiet step forward for China’s LGBT community

Sixth Tone reports: In late 2019, the country’s top legislative body allowed the public to make suggestions for an updated draft of…

Links for Wednesday, February 19, 2020

BUSINESS AND TECHNOLOGY: Government in talks to take over HNAChina nears takeover of troubled HNA as virus slams economy / Bloomberg (porous paywall)“China…

Tuesday Feb 18, 2020

Editor’s note for Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Dear Access member, We’re accepting nominations for the Rising Star awards to be handed out at our Women’s Conference in New York on May…

Beijing eager to declare COVID-19 contained, but economy may take weeks to restart

Screenshot  — positive vibes on Xinhua News Agency’s home page. The…

 

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