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.

Losing friends and influencing people

The year 2019 might become when China completely and utterly loses its soft-power mojo. The…

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Ankara to Beijing: Xinjiang is ‘a great shame for humanity’

Image: From recent protest in Brussels against China’s re-education camps for Uyghurs (AFP) The government of Turkey has strongly condemned…

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Sino-Black relations and the politics of identity: Q-and-A with scholar Keisha Brown

Top image: W.E.B. Du Bois at National Day parade in Beijing, 1962

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Don’t hold your breath for a deal — Pacific Reset, day 209

U.S. trade representative Robert Lighthizer and Chinese vice premier Liú Hè 刘鹤 are finally in the same room. These…

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The Pacific Reset: Day 208 — an ‘unreasonable crackdown’ and ‘smear’ on Chinese companies

Since early July, we’ve been following the U.S.-China trade war with close attention, and have dated the official…

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Trudeau fires Canadian ambassador to China while U.S. unveils criminal charges against Huawei

The breaking news of the day is that U.S. Department of Justice has levied criminal charges against Huawei, accusing…

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Against consensus: China’s economy in 2019 might be okay

Speaking to the gathered worthies of Davos, China’s Vice President Wáng Qíshān 王岐山 today expressed confidence in…

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Chinese-Australian writer gets disappeared in Guangdong

Correction: The Garnaut essay linked below is from 2011, the previous time Yang was nabbed by the authorities. It’s…

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Update: Huawei and the Canadians behind bars in China

An update: Robert Schellenberg, the Canadian who was recently given the death…

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Huawei’s secretive founder addresses media for only third time in company history

Rén Zhèngfēi 任正非, the secretive founder of Huawei and father of its CFO, Mèng Wǎnzhōu 孟晚舟 — who was…

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Death sentence for Canadian. Poland to suffer next?

Robert Lloyd Schellenberg, a Canadian, was given the death sentence for drug trafficking charges on Monday at a court…

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Have a Coke and an uncomfortable smile about your obesity problem!

Andrew Jacobs of the New York Times reports (porous paywall): Happy…

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Chinese ambassador to Canada: Arresting Canadians is ‘self-defense’

Writing in the Hill Times, the Chinese ambassador to Canada, Lú Shāyě 卢沙野, clarifies…

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Kazakhs to leave, but who will speak for the Uyghurs?

NPR reports: China is letting more than 2,000 ethnic Kazakhs drop their Chinese…

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Chang’e 4 has landed on the dark side of the Moon

China’s Chang’e 4 Moon probe successfully touched down on Thursday on the far side of the Moon,…

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