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Jeremy Goldkorn

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

Bytedance: Celebrating innovation while apologizing for its political crimes

Dear reader, Three things for you today, with the usual…

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Some love and some meh for Xi’s speech on trade and tariffs

Below are the five top stories worth your time…

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‘China is open’ set pieces at Boao to dominate the news

Five things you should pay attention to today: 1: ‘China is open’…

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People’s Daily online exhorts China to ‘stab at the heart of the snake’ in response to U.S. tariffs

Xinhua News Agency is in ethno-nationalist myth-making mode, heavily promoting a

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China announces retaliation for Trump tariffs

This morning, the Chinese government announced its planned retaliation for the…

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A new type of Chinese free trade port for Hainan?

The Boao Forum for Asia (博鳌亚洲论坛 bó’áo yàzhōu lùntán) is an…

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Journalists worry about the South China Morning Post

In 2015, Chinese ecommerce giant Alibaba announced that it would purchase the…

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Point and click and buy a house in Sydney or Vancouver

Juwai.com, a website that markets residential properties around the world…

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The fearsome foursome: Xi and Peng dine with Kim and Ri

Yesterday, just after we hit “send” on our newsletter that discussed…

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Kim Jong-un visits Beijing

“May you go on vacation during interesting times” is the editor’s…

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An oath, and tears of joy in the Great Hall of the People

Xinhua News Agency reports:  Xi Jinping was elected Chinese…

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What Xi talks about when Xi talks about reform

The People’s Daily tried valiantly but in vain…

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‘Like it or not, Donald Trump’s policy has been remarkably successful’

Xinhua News Agency reports: “Chinese President Xi Jinping…

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The good, the bad, and the ugly: International Women’s Day in China

Dear reader, Happy International Women’s Day! Please celebrate by

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Property tax in China by 2019?



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