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.

World’s deepest hotel opens in Shanghai

The InterContinental Shanghai Wonderland Hotel is located 290 feet underground on the outskirts of Shanghai. The 18-story hotel was…

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A Chinese girl’s mini kitchen

Let the imagination fly! In Nanjing, Jiangsu Province, a Chinese girl named Shanshan became an internet sensation for creating…

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China’s Hachikō

Dogs are incredible and they truly are humans’ best friends!

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Street collapse swallows woman in Lanzhou

A surveillance camera captured a terrifying moment when a woman fell into a hole in Lanzhou, in northwest China’s…

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Five-story ‘building’ cruises on a river in Chongqing

It actually was a floating restaurant that needed to relocate.

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Chinese kung fu master smashes 100 bricks in 37 seconds!

Wang Hua, a kung fu master, has studied a variety of martial arts since he was a kid.

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China unveils world’s first AI broadcasters

Just in time for this year’s Chinese Journalists’ Day on Thursday, Xinhua News Agency unveiled the world’s first virtual…

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The new role of Chinese food in the U.S.

Zhao Yong, CEO and co-founder of Junzi Kitchen, was pursuing his Ph.D. in environmental science at Yale University when…

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A food delivery in the sky!

On November 4, a tower crane driver was filmed getting his food delivered in the sky in Chengdu, Sichuan…

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Not your average hula hoop girl!

This Chinese girl spun her hula hoop around her body like a boss. She twirled nearly 300 metal wires…

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A 360-degree food tour in Flushing

SupChina’s Jia Guo embarked on a food tour in Flushing with Jeremy Goldkorn, editor-in-chief of SupChina, and Daniel Stedman,…

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Legendary Chinese novelist Jin Yong passes away at 94

Louis Cha, China’s famed wuxia (martial arts) novelist who wrote under the name Jīn Yōng 金庸 — and was…

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Donna Dillenberger on blockchain technology in China

The 2008 baby formula scandal that sickened 300,000 babies and resulted in six premature deaths raised concerns about China’s…

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‘Flaunt your wealth’ challenge sends China into falling frenzy

The “flaunt your wealth challenge” is taking the internet by storm in China. This trend is believed to have…

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Soak yourself in this ‘hotpot spring’ in Chongqing

Just in time for hotpot season, people in Chongqing are flocking to a hot spring called Ronghui Spring, which…

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