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.

From “People’s war” to Taiwan’s gay marriage legalization: Our top news this week

From China’s declaration of a “people’s war” amid the trade dispute with the U.S. to Donald Trump’s announcement of…

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SupChina presents: My story as an Asian-American female entrepreneur

This is the story of Wen-Jay Ying, who was born in Long Island, New York, to parents from China….

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From WeChat’s censorship of #HereForJingyao to a new potential oil bloc in Asia: Our top news this week

From WeChat’s censorship of a sensational rape accusation that involves JD.com CEO Richard Liu to the defense of China’s…

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Yu Bao on data protection, blockchain, and the role of Shenzhen in China

Yu Bao, a member of the UNESCAP Task Force on Digital Economy, has more than 15 years of experience…

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From India’s TikTok ban to a rape lawsuit against Richard Liu — our top news this week

From India’s ban of Chinese-created video app TikTok to Amazon’s exit from China to a rape charge filed against…

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iQiyi uses AI to improve video-creation efficiency, CTO says

iQiyi is China’s largest video-streaming site based on time spent on its platform. Viewers watched 4.395 billion hours of…

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From a red scarf video to bad feng shui — our top news this week

From massive layoffs at an ecommerce giant to a real estate company winning a lawsuit against a blogger who…

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Meet the winner of this year’s China Institute fashion competition

Feiyang Qiao, a senior at Parsons School of Design, who studies fashion, said that she wanted to use her…

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This week’s top news in review: April 1–5

From China’s expanded restrictions on all “fentanyl-related substances” to a looming trade deal after nearly a year of talks…

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Eight-year-old American boy becomes an internet sensation in China

His signature “fake smile” facial meme has become a huge hit on Chinese social media platforms — it’s used…

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Happy anniversary to the Sinica Podcast, age 9

Nine years ago yesterday, Kaiser Kuo and Jeremy Goldkorn aired their first episode of the Sinica Podcast. Over the…

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Top 5 news this week

From the ongoing trade talks between the U.S. and China to Huawei to a silenced professor at Tsinghua University,…

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The U.S.-China trade war in the eyes of New Yorkers

It’s been one year since Donald Trump threatened to impose large-scale tariffs on China in March 2018. The first…

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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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