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Jia Guo

Jia Guo is from the coastal city of Qingdao. She has an M.A. in multimedia journalism from NYU and has worked at Facebook and Bloomberg TV in New York City.

A baffling commencement speech: Viral videos in China, May 22-26

Controversial commencement speech A storm on Chinese social media erupted after remarks by…

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The sharing everything economy

From bicycles to cell phone chargers to umbrellas and basketballs, the Chinese sharing economy…

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Bike-sharing feud: Ofo sues Momo over corruption allegations – China’s latest business and technology news

Ofo, China’s second-biggest bike-sharing startup after Mobike, filed a defamation lawsuit (in Chinese) in Beijing against Momo, a…

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Women and China conference in photos

You can read a roundup of the conference here.

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World champion of trademark applications – China’s latest business and technology news

Tencent, China’s most powerful internet company, filed 4,100 global trademark applications in 2016, according to (paywall) the Financial…

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Vlad tickles the ivories: Videos that went viral in China, May 15-19

Putin’s music talents! Russian President Vladimir Putin played two Russian songs on a (badly tuned)…

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A brief reflection on LGBT rights in China on May 17 – China latest society and culture news

Today is International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, and Transphobia, which aims to raise awareness of LGBT rights worldwide….

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Chinese Gotham clone no longer a ghost city – China latest business and technology news

The northern port city of Tianjin’s Xiangluowan district has a 1.59-square-kilometer replica of Manhattan, complete with skyscrapers, office towers,…

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Olympic badminton player Lin Dan demands unpaid salary – China latest society and culture news

Lin Dan is a professional badminton player from China. He is a two-time Olympic champion and five-time World Champion…

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The rise of facial recognition technology in China – China latest business and technology news

Face++, a Beijing-based facial recognition technology startup, is now valued at roughly a billion dollars. Technology from…

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The American Dream through the eyes of Chinese millennials

Several of the interviewed students said they’ll eventually return to China after finishing school…

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Videos that went viral in China, May 8-12

A brave save Surveillance cameras captured the moment a Chinese railway worker stopped a…

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Women in Shenzhen ask: How important is breast cancer screening?

This is an abridged, subtitled video from the municipal health authorities of the southern…

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Who is China’s former premier Zhu Rongji?

Zhu managed China’s economy through a difficult period when wasteful state-owned enterprises were reformed…

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What people did on Mobikes over the May 1 holiday weekend – China business and technology news from May 9, 2017

Technode reports on data released by bike share company Mobike analyzing user behavior during the Labor Day holiday weekend…

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