Jeremy Goldkorn, Author at SupChina
Jeremy Goldkorn

Jeremy Goldkorn worked in China for 20 years as an editor and entrepreneur. He is editor-in-chief of SupChina, and co-founder of the Sinica Podcast.

No foreign black hands, say source: Hong Kong police officers

As Sophia Yan and Roland Oliphant of The Telegraph

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The People’s Daily wants to censor Amazon

Social media outrage in China, stoked by state media, has…

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Beijing’s likely response to the Hong Kong protests (it doesn’t involve troops)

Will China send in the troops? Anna Fifield of the Washington Post says China is threatening to…

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Huawei helps African governments spy on opponents

The Wall Street Journal has published…

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Hong Kong: The propaganda is working

The BBC reports that “squads of riot police” arrived at the Hong Kong International Airport shortly before midnight local time…

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Words that Xi Jinping popularized in 2019

On Friday, Xinhua News Agency’s top stories in English and Chinese are a return to one of the regular themes of…

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Beijing sees ‘signs of terrorism’ as Hong Kong airport shuts down

It’s been a relatively quiet news day in most of China today, but not in Hong Kong, where the…

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Beijing bans Cathay Pacific flight crew who protest

On Friday, Beijing revealed a new strategy to sanction people and companies that participate in protests: “Beijing has ordered…

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Beijing blames Hong Kong protests on American ‘black hands’

In the People’s Republic, the people are always happy. So when…

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Hope for Hong Kong? Depends who you ask

On Tuesday, a spokesperson for the Chinese government’s Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office gave a press conference where…

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The coming Trump recession? Yuan remains over 7 to American dollar

“Donald Trump’s trade war with China is spiraling out of control” says John Cassidy in the New Yorker, which…

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‘Play with fire, you’ll get burned’ — a warning to Hong Kong

Yáng Guāng 杨光, a spokesperson for the Chinese government’s Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office, gave a press conference…

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Hong Kong strikes escalate into city-wide clashes

In Hong Kong on Monday, widespread strikes brought the usually bustling city to a relative halt, with 11 rail…

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Beijing forces restaurants to remove Arabic script

Beijing is reportedly targeting Arabic script on the city’s many…

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A new story about the Xinjiang camps: They’re nearly empty

At a press conference in Beijing yesterday, two senior Uyghur officials from the provincial Xinjiang government made rather surprising…

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