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Links for Monday, February 17, 2020

BUSINESS AND TECHNOLOGY: What does COVID-19 mean for Europe’s luxury industry?Coronavirus empties European cities of Chinese tourists / NYT (porous paywall)…

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Featured on SupChina for February 17, 2020

‘One Person City’: Eerie photos of Shanghai during coronavirus Nicoco is an American photographer who has been documenting the coronavirus…

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Sinica Podcast Network updates for February 17, 2020

Sinica Early Access: Chinese industrial espionage and FBI profiling and overreach, with Mara Hvistendahl In a live show taped at…

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New leaks show how China targeted Muslims for internment

SupChina illustration by Derek Zheng A new leak of documents from the Chinese government provides further details of the Chinese…

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Beijing prepares for a propaganda, if not medical, victory over COVID-19

SupChina illustration by Derek Zheng The COVID-19 epidemic continues to spread, but mostly within China’s Hubei Province, according to official…

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Intimate portraits of Chinese families during the coronavirus outbreak

A family portrait by Wu Guoyong, of Xiangyang City, Hubei Province. “The news is terrifying,” said photographer Wú Guóyǒng 吴国勇,…

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Back doors, and how Huawei got its facial recognition technology

SupChina illustration by Derek Zheng Doug Guthrie is a former Apple executive — and an erstwhile China bull. His views are…

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New U.S. restrictions on tech sales to China coming

Photo credit: SupChina illustration by Derek Zheng Last week, the U.S. filed a superseding indictment against Chinese telecom giant Huawei.…

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10 hilariously aggressive coronavirus propaganda banners found in China

The Chinese government has been using everything at its disposal to keep the virus at bay. Local officials, however, have…

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China’s growing outer space ambitions

In the last 20 years China’s National Space Administration has been making huge strides and has further plans to create…

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Week in Review for Friday, February 14, 2020

Here are the stories that caught our eye this week: COVID-19 is the name given by the World Health Organization to…

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Links for Friday, February 14, 2020

BUSINESS AND TECHNOLOGY: Baidu AI face mask detection toolBaidu releases open-source tool to detect faces without masks / TechNode“Search giant Baidu…

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‘The Wild Goose Lake’: A grimy, neon-drenched noir from Wuhan

Set in Wuhan — a gritty, weird, flashing city that’s unlike the Wuhan you see in headlines today — The…

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Sinica Podcast Network updates: February 14, 2020

Ta for Ta: Redefining the flavors of Sichuan, with Jenny Gao What began as a popular chili sauce, served at…

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Chinese blockchain is booming, but can the industry survive government support?

Much like its anti-corruption campaign, China’s crackdown on cryptocurrency (加密货币 jiāmì huòbì) has been relentless. Beijing views decentralized digital currency…

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