Jiayun Feng, Author at SupChina
Jiayun Feng

Jiayun was born in Shanghai, where she spent her first 20 years and earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism at Fudan University. Interested in writing for a global audience, she attended the NYU Graduate School of Journalism for its Global & Joint Program Studies, which allowed her to pursue a journalism career along with her interest in international relations. She has previously interned for Sixth Tone and Shanghai Daily.

Chinese Corner: ‘Brother-assisting demons,’ the rise of moral policing, and dating shows as performance art

Family love or sacrifice: How to explain the deeds of ‘brother-assisting…

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Is China’s new anti-corruption agency abusing its power?

To expand the scope of its anti-graft campaigns, China

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Hit movie prompts government response to drug-pricing problems

Dying to Survive (我不是药神 wǒ bùshì yào shén), the

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Shenyang college accused of unfairly making Chinese students clean for foreigners

A college in Shenyang, Liaoning Province is the latest institution accused of…

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China is escalating its war on variety shows, including Saturday Night Live

The Chinese version of Saturday Night Live (周六夜现场 zhōu liù yè xiànchǎng) and 真相吧!花花万物 (zhēnxiàng ba! huāhuā wànwù —…

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‘Dying to Survive’ apologizes for ripping off Japanese anime in poster

Dying to Survive (我不是药神 wǒ bùshì yào shén), a movie about cancer patients illegally importing drugs in defiance of Chinese…

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Online press Q Daily cuts down coverage on public affairs to stay alive

The government’s Internet Information Office in Shanghai has ordered Q Daily…

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Chinese Corner: Used needles, Leukemia drugs, and dealing with an unexpected sibling

Biowaste threat: Used needles 针头去了哪里By 袁贻辰 | 冰点周刊July 12, 2018 Despite the growing number of diabetes patients in China…

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Pakistani student stabbed to death by Chinese motorist in Nanjing

A 26-year-old Pakistani student at Nanjing Normal University, identified…

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11 sisters help Shanxi man get married. Chinese internet says, ‘Wait, what?’

A 22-year-old man in Shanxi Province recently got…

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Are ‘fresh young meat’ a threat to national masculinity?

In the Chinese entertainment industry, there is a cohort of men,…

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Thai Deputy PM’s remark on boat disaster outrages Chinese internet

Last Thursday, a tour boat carrying mostly Chinese…

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Cutting down on reality talent shows and other poison for teenagers

The State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television (SAPPRFT), China’s top media regulator, is deeply concerned about…

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Cross-dressing men in downtown Suzhou confronted by police

On July 3, three men dressed in women’s clothes were…

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Sexual assault at Sun Yat-sen University: Professor faces accusations from multiple women [UPDATE]

Zhang Peng 张鹏, an ecology professor at Sun Yat-sen University (SYSU)…

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