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Jeremy Goldkorn

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

Pioneering medical treatments in Xinjiang

The spectacular highlands of Tibet, Qinghai, and Xinjiang are home to nomadic herders, their yaks and goats, and also…

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Anti-gay banner at Wuhan university

On April 16, a photo of two women holding up a blatant anti-gay banner appeared on social…

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The drums of war in northeast Asia

Earlier this week, CNN reported that a U.S. naval flotilla is making its way to the waters around the…

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One billion yuan investment in private healthcare for Shenzhen

The South China Morning Post reports that a Hong Kong consortium led by the territory’s former finance minister Antony…

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Chinese think tanker on Japanese motives in South China Sea

Chen Xiangmiao 陈相秒 is an assistant research fellow at the China National Institute for South China Sea…

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A primer on China’s booming bike-sharing industry

Caixin has published a review of the Chinese bike-sharing industry. It’s not a news story, but…

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Booming coastal cities at risk from climate change

A 2016 World Bank report said (see page 84) that Guangzhou is the world city that faces the…

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Your own private karaoke

What’s on Weibo reports on a Chinese company called M-Bar 友唱 (yǒu chàng), which provides private self-service karaoke booths…

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A student’s death in Sichuan sparks angry protests

On April 1, a 14-year-old student at a middle school in Luzhou, Sichuan Province, was found dead near the…

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Court orders Beijing subway to pay 260,000 yuan to paralyzed commuter

A court in Beijing’s Changping District has ordered operators of the city’s subway system to award 260,000 yuan ($37,700)…

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China calls for whole population to speak Mandarin

China’s Ministry of Education and its National Language Committee have issued an announcement (in Chinese) calling for intensive…

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U.S. cities woo Chinese travelers with creature comforts

Chinese tourists “already spend more in the U.S. than other international visitors” and their number continues to grow,

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How will the Chinese government eliminate poverty?

The top headlines on all central state media today were about a Politburo meeting chaired by Xi Jinping…

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Tesla and Tencent: A smart move by Elon Musk

Tesla has been growing steadily in China: The electric auto manufacturer last year sold about 7,500 vehicles in the…

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France, now India: Chinese government calls for protection of its citizens

As China’s presence across the globe grows, the Chinese government is more and more frequently having to defend the…

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