Jia Guo, Author at SupChina
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.

What went viral in China this week?

What went viral in China last week? A roundup including “xiangchun freedom” hype, a woman being asked to remove…

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Price of Chinese mahogany leaves drops after ‘xiangchun freedom’ hype

Yesterday, we mentioned that prices of Chinese mahogany leaves, a delicacy in some parts of China, had skyrocketed…

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Chinese coconut milk brand banned from airing its controversial commercial

Coconut Palm Company, one of China’s leading beverage companies, which is based in southern China’s Hainan Province, has been…

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Woman asked to remove heavy makeup by subway security in Guangzhou

A female college student was asked to remove her Goth-style heavy makeup by subway security guards before being allowed…

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A robber in southern China has second thoughts

Just after a robber stole money from Ms. Li in front of an ATM machine in Heyuan, Guangdong Province,…

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Highlights of Chinese Premier Li Keqiang’s press conference

During the two-hour-long press conference in Beijing on Friday, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang answered questions from journalists at home…

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A Chinese policeman dressed as a woman in a video goes viral

The 20-second video clip, released by police in Shunde, Guangdong, shows a police officer using makeup and women’s clothing…

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2,020 people link arms and drink wine simultaneously in China

On Sunday, 2,020 members of the Tu ethnic group linked arms and drank wine simultaneously in Haidong, Qinghai Province,…

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Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi stakes out foreign policy positions

At the press conference on the sidelines of the annual legislative session in Beijing on Friday, Chinese State Councillor…

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Huawei on its lawsuit against the U.S. government: ‘We are left with no choice’

Huawei, China’s biggest telecommunications equipment manufacturer, filed a lawsuit against the U.S. on Wednesday over the government’s ban on…

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China’s Two Sessions in numbers

China’s largest annual legislative meetings kicked off on Sunday in Beijing and will last until March 15. The Two…

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Video blog: Here’s how I celebrated the Lantern Festival in Qingdao

On February 19, I went on a street food tour at the annual Lantern Festival fair in my hometown…

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Sun Shuang: China becomes world’s fintech hub with most deals completed in 2018

The rise of mobile payment platforms such as WeChat Wallet and Alipay has transformed the lives of many Chinese….

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This dad performs surgery on fruit

Wang Yexiao, age 32, from Hegang, Heilongjiang Province, has filmed himself performing “surgery” on all kinds of fruit, including…

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Chinese factory raises 1 billion cockroaches!

Waste-processing plants run by Shandong Qiaobin Agricultural Science and Technology in Jinan, Shandong Province, use 1 billion cockroaches to…

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