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Michelin’s failed guide to food in Beijing

Michelin, the French dining guide, launched its first Beijing edition on November 28, featuring 23 starred restaurants and 77 other…

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Tibet’s most popular song

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David Ho on scientists caught in the U.S. crackdown on China

We interviewed renowned medical researcher David Ho at the NEXT China 2019 Conference in New York City on November 21,…

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Trump signs bill supporting Hong Kong protesters

Despite his best efforts, U.S. President Donald Trump has not been able to ignore the Hong Kong protests as he…

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TikTok’s censorship problem

TikTok, the hottest social media app among teens in America, is increasingly finding itself in hot water for its connections…

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Are you working with a Chinese defense university?

The Australian Strategic Policy Institute has a new resource that tracks what is called “military-civil fusion” in Chinese universities. The…

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Job applicant from Henan wins discrimination suit

Henan Province is packed with people, but remains less advanced economically. Its rural residents are often the butt of jokes…

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Beijing district CDC director spreads homophobia for World AIDS Day

Shocking homophobic comments were made by the director of the Center for Disease Control and Prevention in Beijing’s Dongcheng District,…

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Responses to rising sinophobia: Statements of concern over the targeting of ethnically Chinese people

Since early 2018, the American immigration and justice system has appeared to target Chinese students and ethnically Chinese researchers with paranoid…

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A second major Xinjiang leak

Only one week after the New York Times revealed records of high-level officials commanding the crackdown in Xinjiang, a second…

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It’s difficult to believe TikTok when it says it doesn’t censor

Alex Zhu (朱骏 Zhū Jùn) is the head of TikTok, the first Chinese social media service to achieve real traction…

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Traditional Chinese medicine schools kicked out of global directory because they teach TCM, not medicine

Although traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) is very popular, and has been strongly supported by the government for decades, there are…

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Hong Kong landslide for pro-democracy candidates

Hongkongers showed up to the polls in unprecedented numbers on November 24 to deliver a strong rebuke to the government…

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A defected Chinese spy’s sketchy story

Last Friday, Australian media outlet The Age published an explosive report about a man named “William” Wáng Lìqiáng 王立强, who…

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Sinica Podcast: What we get wrong about China’s censorship regime

This week’s Sinica Podcast is now live. In a podcast taped live for the Asia Society of Switzerland in Zurich,…

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