Eileen Guo is an independent journalist who covers communities on the fringe. She has reported from across the United States, Afghanistan, China, and Mexico, most recently with the support of a reporting fellowship from the International Women's Media Foundation. Her work has appeared in the New York Times, Wired, NPR, The Outline, Nikkei Asian Review, The Alpinist, as well as book projects.
Gene-edited babies, CRISPR, and China’s changing ethical landscape
This week on Sinica, Kaiser and Jeremy chat with Christina Larson, a science and technology reporter for the Associated Press, about a major story that her team broke: the Chinese scientist Hè Jiànkuí 贺建奎 announcement that he had edited the genes of embryos conceived in vitro, and that twin girls had been born, making them […]
A worker waters the flowers and plants in front of the local government building in Qingdao, Shandong Province, on the October 1 National Day. In the background, the Chinese propaganda characters can be translated as “[Xi Jinping] Thought on Socialism With Chinese Characteristics for a New Era” and “Striving for the Great Rejuvenation of the Chinese Dream.”