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.

Hong Kong breaks the Umbrella Movement

On August 31, 2014, the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress issued a decision that candidates…

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A ‘recalibrated’ Belt and Road?

The second BARF — Belt and Road Forum — begins tomorrow in Beijing, two years after the…

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Xi and the need for a strong navy

Yesterday, we noted a Reuters report on China under Xí Jìnpíng 习近平 that says Xi “has refashioned the People’s…

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Fears of a Red Army planet

Despite cautious but widespread optimism about a successful conclusion to the U.S.-China trade talks, deep tensions in the…

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China’s economy: It might not be boom, but it ain’t gloom and doom

In our most recent Red Paper ($25 or free for Access members), we presented ten scenarios…

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Is Amazon calling it quits after 15 years in China?

Pandaily reports: Amazon will be exiting China and releasing an official…

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The new real estate boom in smaller cities?

On April 9, China’s powerful economic management organ, the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), published a…

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Trouble at JD — ecommerce winter, or a company adrift?

JD.com, China’s number two ecommerce company, made headlines last year in September, when founding CEO Richard Liu…

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American farmers to profit from swine fever in China?

The Wall Street Journal reports (paywall) that since the first reported outbreak…

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Smartphones: “Little rice”* gets into chips

Xiaomi, the Chinese mobile phone company that changed the way phones are sold in China, “is forming…

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The splinternet starts here

Earlier this week, the Nikkei Asian Review reported: Taiwan is…

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After Huawei, is Tencent next?

In our first quarterly Red Paper this year ($25 or free for Access members), we laid out 10…

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China admits canola oil block is connected to Huawei

“China is not even trying to conceal the retaliatory aspect” of its recent blocking of Canadian canola…

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From Tariff Man to toons: China stories to think about today

There is no big story from China today, so we present instead a buffet (自助餐 zìzhùcān) of interesting things…

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Word battles between China and the U.S.

The latest exchanges in the ongoing war of words between China and the United States: “Irresponsible” is what China’s foreign…

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