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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.

A new story about the Xinjiang camps: They’re nearly empty

At a press conference in Beijing yesterday, two senior Uyghur officials from the provincial Xinjiang government made rather surprising…

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Hong Kong seethes as Beijing blames ‘traitors’ and foreign forces

Photo by Sam Tsang, SCMP; Yuen Long on Saturday Support for the demonstrations in Hong Kong is…

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Beijing dials up rhetoric in Hong Kong, blames foreign interference

Hong Kong’s protesters show no sign of slacking, but Beijing is sending menacing signals. Here are the latest developments…

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China white paper on national defense: Separatists are top threat

Xinhua News Agency reports that China has issued a white paper titled “China’s National Defense in the New Era.” Its…

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A reprieve for Huawei, and farm goods purchases

CNBC suggests that the trade war is…

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Does TikTok have a target on its back?

Here is the latest news from various fronts of the U.S.-China techno-trade war, day 382 by our count: Does TikTok…

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Beijing white paper says Uyghurs are not Turkic

In the 1950s, the South African government began a campaign…

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‘Tough stuff,’ Trump says about China’s network of camps in Xinjiang

Donald Trump met various victims of religious persecution from around the world on Wednesday, including four people from China: among…

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Xinjiang, Huawei, and the techno-trade war

It’s day 378 of the U.S.-China techno-trade war by our count. One noteworthy development: The U.S….

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The hard choices facing Xi Jinping

Here are two different pictures of the world facing Xí Jìnpíng 习近平 by two highly respected analysts of elite…

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A blow to DJI and China’s T-bills — techno-trade war news

It’s day 377 of the U.S.-China techno-trade war by our count. Here is the latest: A blow to dronemaker DJI: Cape,…

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New head for Xinjiang Small Group, same old body

I once called senior Party leader Wāng Yáng 汪洋 “the most interesting man on the Politburo Standing Committee.” Well now…

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Shanghai gets serious about garbage sorting and recycling

In the 1980s, China began importing scrap metal, plastic from recycling programs, and just about every other kind of…

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U.S.-China techno-trade war — from Wall Street to pharma

There’s no reason to hope for a swift or tidy end to the U.S.-China techno-trade war, now in day…

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Peter Thiel sees Yellow Peril at Google

The Trump-supporting billionaire and Facebook investor Peter Thiel spoke to a gathering of self-described conservatives in Washington,…

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