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Kaiser Kuo

Kaiser Kuo is co-founder of the Sinica Podcast and editor-at-large of SupChina.

Kuora: How much Chinese culture should first-gen immigrants pass on?

This week’s column comes from one of Kaiser’s answers originally posted to Quora on June 22, 2015: As a first-generation…

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Kuora: Misconceptions about the Chinese and dog meat

The southern Chinese city of Yulin in Guangxi Province holds an annual dog meat festival called the Lychee and Dog…

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Kuora: Revisiting the ‘Taiping Civil War’

We turn to history this week. This column comes from one of Kaiser’s answers originally posted to Quora on October 14,…

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Kuora: How many Chinese know about the ‘June Fourth Incident’? More than you think

Tomorrow is the 30th anniversary of the People’s Liberation Army opening fire on protesters in central Beijing. This week’s column,…

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The SupChina Quiz: May 35th

It’s the last Thursday of the month, which means it’s quiz time! Last month was a quiz in commemoration of the…

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Kuora: Does Kaiser like baijiu? He does not.

This week’s column comes from one of Kaiser’s recent answers originally posted to Quora on January 29, 2019. Why don’t Western…

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Kuora: China’s eventual transition into democracy

This week’s column comes from one of Kaiser’s recent answers originally posted to Quora on March 26, 2015. Is there any…

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Kuora: Zhuge Liang and the myth of the hermit genius

Kaiser’s favorite Chinese epic is Romance of the Three Kingdoms — China’s version of Game of Thrones — which he has written about…

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Kuora: What is the most admired Chinese dynasty?

This week’s column comes from one of Kaiser’s answers originally posted to Quora on January 19, 2015. What period of Chinese…

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The SupChina Quiz: The May Fourth Movement

It’s the last Thursday of the month, which means it’s quiz time! Last month was a quiz about U.S.-China diplomatic history. Today,…

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Kuora: The usefulness of learning Chinese

Last Thursday’s episode of the Sinica Podcast featured Mark Rowsell, a.k.a. Dashan, and David Moser talking about the Chinese language…

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Kuora: Stereotypes of China’s provinces: A poem

April is National Poetry Month, which makes this week’s column — from one of Kaiser’s answers originally posted to Quora on…

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Kuora: The how and why of eunuchs in imperial China

This week’s column comes from one of Kaiser’s answers originally posted to Quora on March 12, 2015. Why did Chinese imperial…

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Kuora: What if the Chinese, and not Europeans, colonized the New World?

This week’s column comes from one of Kaiser’s answers originally posted to Quora on March 22, 2015. How would the Chinese…

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The SupChina Quiz: U.S.-China Diplomatic History

It’s the last Thursday of the month, which means it’s quiz time! Last month was a quiz to the nines. Today we…

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