Jeremy Goldkorn, Author at SupChina
Jeremy Goldkorn

Jeremy Goldkorn is co-founder of the Sinica Podcast and currently edits SupChina and its daily newsletter.

South African corruption and Chinese power (company)

Micah Reddy and investigative center Amabhungane report that a local municipality in eastern South Africa has ordered China…

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And then they came for the tech research executives

TechNode reports that the “disappearance of high-level officers at China’s leading research, statistics, and consulting group iResearch is…

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On-demand biking BS

One of the interesting developments from Meituan-Dianping’s IPO comes from its public filings that concern Mobike, one of China’s…

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Pakistan raises treatment of Uyghurs with China

The Nation, a respected Pakistani newspaper, has this noteworthy report: Pakistan has demanded China to soften restrictions…

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Tech stocks up, tech stocks down

Recently listed food-delivery-and-everything-else company Meituan Dianping, electric-car startup Nio, and news aggregator Qutoutiao are all “now trading well above their…

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Xi Jinping and the Party are stronger than you think

Deng Yuwen 邓聿文 is one of the most interesting Chinese thinkers writing on contemporary politics. The New York Times…

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An undiplomatic diplomat in Sweden

The Chinese ambassador to Sweden is not making friends in that country. The South China Morning Post

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The crime of filial neglect, and shifting senior care to families

“Five siblings have been punished for not fulfilling filial duties after their elderly father died alone last year,”

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Chinese state media now considered foreign agents in U.S.

The Wall Street Journal reports (paywall) that the American…

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Debt and tech in China

“China has become addicted to debt. Now, its tech industry is hooked too.” So says Elliott Zaagman…

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Venezuela to get another $5 billion from China

The Twitter bio of Nicolas Maduro reads: “President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela. Son of Chávez. Building the…

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Chinese adoptees and their stories: Q&A with Melissa Ludtke

Melissa Ludtke is a journalist and educator who adopted a daughter from China in 1997 named Maya. Together they…

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Religion crackdown to intensify online?

The government has released a draft of a new set of rules called “Measures on the administration of internet…

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Xi eats caviar, downs vodka with Putin, and smiles at Abe

One view among China-watchers is that Beijing was unprepared for the change in mood in Washington, D.C. Xi Jinping…

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‘It is remarkable to see people so resilient’ — An Ping and the class of ‘77

Q&A with An Ping, among the students who tested into the first university classes after the Cultural…

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