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Anthony Tao

Anthony is the managing editor of SupChina. Follow him @anthonytao

Runaway wagon remarkably determined to run over Chinese man

This video appears to depict a minor road accident in Shandong Province, the run-of-the-mill kind of which there are tens…

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Horrific scene in Hangzhou as driver plows through bikers and pedestrians

In an apparent accident, a black car plowed through bikers and pedestrians alike on a busy intersection in Hangzhou on…

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Friday Song: Because of Love 因为爱情…

“Because of Love” (因为爱情 yīnwéi àiqíng) is performed by Eason Chan 陳奕迅 and Wang Faye 王菲, known as, respectively, the King of Asian…

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Smoke and confusion after explosion outside U.S. Embassy in Beijing

An explosion was reported outside the U.S. Embassy in Beijing this afternoon, with witnesses describing smoke wafting from the main gate…

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Liu Xia is free

Eight years after being placed under de facto house arrest despite committing no crime, Liu Xia 刘霞 — the widow of…

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Japan’s World Cup win was “Asia’s victory,” says Chinese newspaper

Japan made history on Tuesday when it defeated Colombia 2-1 in Saransk, Russia, becoming the first Asian team to ever…

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Xi Jinping and China get the John Oliver treatment

“China: the country responsible for huge technological advances, and yet it still can’t seem to get pandas to fuck.” Thus…

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Another fire in Daxing district, Beijing

Around 7 pm on Friday, a fire broke out in Xinjian Village 新建村 in Daxing District 大兴区, Beijing, reportedly about 300…

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Third suspect in two months nabbed at a Jacky Cheung concert

Maybe criminals should stop attending Jacky Cheung concerts. For the third time in less than two months, a Chinese fugitive…

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Watch: Nicki Minaj cosplays as Chinese Street Fighter Chun-Li on SNL

Here’s Nicki Minaj on Saturday Night Live last night trying to make herself the center of some cultural appropriation controversy.…

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Friday Song: Mao Zedong said ‘Change must come through the barrel of a gun’

Mao Zedong didn’t say that, of course. He said “枪杆子里面出政权” (qiānggǎnzi lǐmiàn chū zhèngquán) — Political power grows out of the barrel…

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Film Friday: ‘A Big Deal,’ just in time for Mother’s Day

Let’s try something. A SupChina film recommendation column, to run every Friday, called Film Friday. This could be fun. A…

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Au revoir, Great Leap No. 12: Another popular Beijing bar forced to close

If you’re a beer drinker in Beijing, I know where you’re at right now. That’s because tonight is the final…

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In China, this truck ain’t truckin’

Not like the do-dah man. Not to Buffalo. Not to home (probably). While we’re at these cultural references — not…

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Picture of the Day: Dockless, eh?

The recent kerfuffle over scooters in American cities like San Francisco — “We cannot overstate the public safety hazard that…

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