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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.

 

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Editor’s note for Thursday, April 2, 2020

Dear Access member, Our word of the day is a term of Party jargon: discourse power 话语权 huàyǔ quán. See story 1. —Jeremy Goldkorn, Editor-in-Chief

Today in COVID-19 propaganda from Beijing

The Party’s newest man on Twitter: Hú Zhàomíng 胡兆明, director of the CPC’s…

An uneasy truce between Beijing and Washington

The New York Times reports (porous paywall): For weeks, President Trump and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo forcefully used the controversial terms…

Press freedom in Hong Kong continues to worsen

RTHK reports: The Hong Kong government said today that its own public broadcaster RTHK had breached the “One China” principle and its…

COVID-19: Asymptomatic numbers and second waves

Caixin reports: China’s health authorities began regular updates Wednesday of national tallies for asymptomatic COVID-19 carriers amid pressure from the public…

Mistakes made by China and WHO

The Institut Montaigne has published a report titled “Fighting the coronavirus pandemic: China’s influence at the World Health Organization,” by François…

Links for Thursday, April 2, 2020

BUSINESS AND TECHNOLOGY: Luckin Coffee stocks plunge amid doubts about financial reportingLuckin Coffee stock plunges on accounting probe / Bloomberg (porous paywall) Luckin Coffee…

Sinica Podcast: Former U.S. ambassador Michael McFaul on democracy promotion in Russia and China

This week, we bring you another show from the California podcast series that Kaiser recorded back in December, before the ravages of COVID-19….

Wednesday Apr 1, 2020

Editor’s note for Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Dear Access member, Today is the 10th anniversary of the Sinica Podcast. That’s right: We started it on April Fools’ Day in 2010. Since…

China’s coronavirus numbers are fake — U.S. intelligence

A screenshot from a France 24 TV report: Stacks of urns…

 

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