Lavinia Liang, Author at SupChina
Lavinia Liang

Lavinia Liang is a freelance writer. She studied politics and fiction writing at Princeton University. You can find her on Twitter or Instagram @lavinianshores

Friday Song: Ty. doesn’t want to go to America, so he wrote a rap called ‘America’

Ever been to America, America? There’s no doubt that the Higher Brothers are the most internationally successful rap act to…

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Friday Song: Vava’s cover of Honey Cocaine’s ‘Shady Wit Me’

Vava, one of China’s most popular female hip-hop artists, got her international break in 2018 with “My New Swag,” featured…

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In Beijing, two parks where the old and single look to mingle

In China, more than 43 million seniors are widowed, divorced, or unmarried. In Beijing, you’ll find many of them at Changpu…

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Friday Song: Erguna Band, the Inner Mongolian folk band that went mainstream

In the summer of 2001, four young college students from Inner Mongolia spontaneously formed a band and named themselves after…

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Subtle Asian Traits: The Facebook group rallying Asian youth around the world

What began as a closed group amongst Chinese Australian friends has ballooned into a community of more than 1 million…

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Friday Song: Li Jian’s deep, sensitive folk-pop, ‘On the Shores of Lake Baikal’

Ask anyone who knows about Li Jian 李健 and, at some point, they’ll most likely remind you that not only is…

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