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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.

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No new Trump tariffs on Sunday, but still no trade deal

After Trump’s announcement yesterday that he had approved a “mini-trade deal,” there was silence from Beijing. But today, Xinhua News Agency…

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Arsenal player tweets about Xinjiang

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Chinese firm in Abu Dhabi genome-sequencing project

“Chinese genomics company BGI Group will take part in a potentially groundbreaking medical project to improve the physical well-being of…

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World Bank told Taiwanese staff to get P.R.C. passports

Axios reports: This year, the World Bank told current and prospective employees of Taiwanese nationality they must present Chinese travel documents…

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A rare interview with a Chinese ambassador in Africa

Chinese diplomatic envoys in Africa generally don’t grant many interviews with international news outlets. But Dickens Olewe from BBC News…

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Hessler update

On Wednesday, we noted some internet chatter about writer Peter Hessler possibly being reported for supposedly subversive remarks he made in…

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Editors note December 12, 2019

Dear Access member, Our apologies again for the confusion yesterday as we changed email systems. We’re still working through a…

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Trump approves ‘mini-trade deal’

“President Donald Trump has signed off on a mini-trade deal with China, two people familiar with the negotiations said,” Politico…

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Party plans economic stimulus in 2020

“The annual Central Economic Work Conference was held in Beijing from Tuesday to Thursday, as Chinese leaders charted a course…

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Digging for the economic results you want?

Yesterday, we noted a Caixin report:  Sales of Chinese-made excavators slow amid cooling infrastructure investment From January through November, 25…

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Economic hit for Han Chinese in Xinjiang as state focuses on repression

“Through government incentives, Han Chinese have been lured to Xinjiang to accelerate the ‘hanification’ of ethnic Muslims,” reports Bitter Winter.…

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Violent fallout from the one-child policy

Caixin reports that China executed Wáng Chāngshèng 王昌胜 of Anhui Province on December 4, as announced (in Chinese) by the Intermediate People’s…

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Demand for expensive booze is up

Dear Access member, Our apologies again for the earlier erroneous notification that your subscription had ended and for any confusion. Everything…

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Moutai sales up despite cooling economy

The fiery spirit Moutai, which is distilled from sorghum and is the most famous product of Guizhou Province. “China’s most-used…

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