Daniel Schoolenberg, Author at SupChina
Daniel Schoolenberg

Daniel got his start in China by joining Peace Corps, serving for two years in Guizhou province where he taught English. Since then, he has continued to expand his knowledge of China by studying Chinese in Beijing, and studying U.S.-China relations at the Hopkins-Nanjing Center. He previously worked for the China-focused research and consultancy firm Trivium. At SupChina he assists in editing the daily newsletter and doing research for feature projects.

What Warren’s trade plan means for China

There seems to be no end in sight to the U.S.-China trade war, even as both economies slow down…

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China at the Democratic Party debates

Where do the Democratic candidates for U.S. president stand on China? We launched our 2020 Presidential…

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