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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

 

Tuesday Jan 21, 2020

Sinica Early Access: Observing Taiwan’s presidential election

Maggie Lewis, a law professor at Seton Hall University, discusses the recent presidential election in…

Friday Jan 17, 2020

Editors note for January 17, 2020

Dear Access member, We will be taking Monday, January 20, off for Martin Luther King Jr. Day. We’ll be back in your inbox on…

China’s birth rate falls three years in a row

Photo credit: China’s population 1949–2019, and future trends, from Tsinghua Hengda Research Institute. The number of babies born in China in 2019…

Is the government hiding Wuhan virus numbers?

There have been a number of worrying reports recently about the outbreak of a new type of coronavirus that started in…

Dodgy doings at prominent children’s charity

China’s Ministry of Civil Affairs announced (in Chinese) on January 16 that it had begun investigating the China Charities Aid Foundation for…

A ‘state of exception’ in Xinjiang

We interviewed China scholar Jim Millward last November at our NEXT China Conference to discuss the Chinese government’s repression of Uyghurs and other Muslim…

The racist pseudoscience behind ‘Chinese restaurant syndrome’

The BBC reports: Commonly referred to as MSG, the flavoring agent conjures up images of greasy meals followed…

Week in review for January 17, 2020

Here are the stories that caught our eye this week: Phase one of the U.S.-China trade deal was signed in a ceremony attended by Chinese…

Links for January 17, 2020

BUSINESS AND TECHNOLOGY: Putting the newest GDP numbers into contextChina’s GDP growth falls to 6.1 percent / Caixin (paywall) China’s…

Chinese women’s volleyball dominates Olympic qualifiers, men’s team already out

In Chinese team sports, it’s the women who usually outshine the men, and this past week was no different. A straight-sets loss to…

 

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