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— Max Baucus, former U.S. Ambassador to China

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.

 

Tuesday Dec 10, 2019

Beijing claims detained Canadians held in ‘good’ conditions

Dear Access member, Our word of the day is All the people beat the traitors (全民打汉奸 quánmín dǎ hànjiān). —Jeremy Goldkorn, Editor-in-Chief

Monday Dec 9, 2019

Burning books, banning foreign tech

Dear Access member, Burn the books and bury the scholars is a four-character saying that is our word of the day: 焚書坑儒 fén shū…

Friday Dec 6, 2019

China imposes ‘reciprocal’ restrictions on U.S. diplomats

Dear Access member, We interviewed renowned HIV/AIDS medical researcher David Ho (何大一 Hé Dàyī) at our NEXT China 2019 Conference in November after his…

Thursday Dec 5, 2019

Destructive forces’ in U.S.-China relations

Dear Access member, We’ve launched a student ambassador program! We’re looking for university students to help grow SupChina and inspire engaging content discussion on…

Wednesday Dec 4, 2019

U.S. House passes Uyghur Human Rights Policy Act, Beijing fumes

Dear Access member, Facing History is a nonprofit organization that runs programs to help “secondary school teachers to promote students’ historical understanding, critical thinking,…

Tuesday Dec 3, 2019

Trump is the Grinch who stole Christmas

Dear Access member, Our word of the day is Michelin (米其林 mǐ qí lín, see item five below).  China-focused think tank MacroPolo is looking to…

Monday Dec 2, 2019

Mild retaliation from Beijing, and an enormous pipeline from Siberia

Dear Access member, Facing History is a nonprofit organization that runs programs to help “secondary school teachers to promote students’ historical understanding, critical thinking,…

Friday Nov 29, 2019

Beijing fumes as Batman self-censors

Dear Access member, Our word of the day is Batman (蝙蝠侠 biānfú xiá).  If you’re in New York on December 4, come to our event:…

Wednesday Nov 27, 2019

TikTok’s censorship problem

   Dear Access member, We’re taking tomorrow off for the American holiday of Thanksgiving. If something huge breaks, we’ll send a note, otherwise, we’ll be…

Tuesday Nov 26, 2019

‘Propaganda is a heady drug, and Beijing got high on its own supply’

Dear Access member, Our word of the day is drawn from the third story below:  Center for Disease Control and Prevention 疾病预防控制中心 jíbìng yùfáng kòngzhì zhōngxīn —Jeremy Goldkorn,…

 

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Once you are on the Slack platform, make sure to check out the #access_qa_archive channel, which has transcripts of previous Q&As with guest subject matter experts, and tune in to the #supchina_access channel for future live chats (we’ll send reminders via email when these happen).

 

At this Google Drive link, Access members can find all our previous Red Papers and SupChina Direct Conference Calls.

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Access members can listen to the Sinica Podcast ad-free and several days before its public weekly release: Subscribe to Sinica Early Access by plugging this RSS feed directly into your podcast reader. Please email lucas@supchina.com if you require assistance in subscribing.

 

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