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.

Xi and Trump ‘consolidate important consensus’

Negotiating teams from China and the U.S. have been in touch in advance of the G20 in Osaka, June…

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Why America is worried about DJI and Chinese drones

Shenzhen-based DJI is the world’s leading manufacturer of consumer drones. Since the drones they make are essentially flying computers…

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When it comes to unmanned shops, Alibaba’s determined to fake it till it makes it

On June 17, Nikkei Asian Review published a story titled China’s unmanned store boom ends as…

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Trade war news and Marco Rubio, the panda slugger’s panda slugger

Photo by Mike Segar, Reuters The fickle, feckless, foolish American stock markets have surged after the “U.S. and…

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Hong Kong police fire tear gas and rubber bullets at protestors

Hong Kong police in riot gear fired rubber bullets, tear gas, and water cannons in skirmishes with protesters surrounding…

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‘Western Pacific’: U.S. messaging in the South China Sea includes recommitment to Taiwan

Washington, D.C., is signaling its commitment to the Western Pacific — a favored umbrella term for any part of…

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5G — China’s next national project?

Building a domestic 5G network is now an urgent national priority for China, one to be achieved…

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China’s rare earth threat is getting real

As per the Simpsons, nothing happened on Tiananmen Square in Beijing on June 4 this year. But nearby on…

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Is the Arabic-speaking world finally learning about Xinjiang?

A YouTuber named Joe HaTTab put out a 15-minute video in Arabic titled “Where…

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The latest American attacks on Huawei and other Chinese companies

“U.K.-based chip designer ARM has told staff it must suspend business with Huawei,” as the company…

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U.S. firms are hurting

The American Chamber of Commerce in China has released its Second Joint Survey on…

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People’s Daily attacks ‘arrogant’ America, dials up rhetoric

This Chinese-language opinion piece appeared on page three, the main opinion page, of the  May 22 edition of…

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Wikipedia completely blocked in China

China’s Great Firewall has been operational since the 1990s. Up until around…

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‘Patriotic’ pain in America from the trade war

Here are two views of the Trump administration’s handling of China and the trade war: An American farmer

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A great quarter for Tencent and Alibaba despite storm clouds

China’s two biggest internet companies have announced healthy results. Reuters reports:

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