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Documentary on World War II ‘comfort women’ might become most profitable Chinese movie of all time

When Twenty-Two (二十二 èr shí èr), a documentary that interviews 22 surviving World War II sex slaves, debuted…

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What ails China’s healthcare system? Roberta Lipson has a detailed diagnosis

Roberta Lipson is one of the most successful foreign entrepreneurs in China of the last three decades. In…

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Patriotic flicks and studio politics: A record-shattering time in Chinese cinema

Welcome to the first issue of Pang-Chieh Ho’s biweekly roundup of the latest in Chinese movies and television. Think…

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Will Chengdu become a haven for foreign startups?

On a recent Friday night, in the heart of Chengdu’s shiny Tianfu New Zone, a lecture room in the…

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Women and China: The SupChina Forum

Women and China:…

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Geely: The astonishing rise of a small Chinese car company

Ten years ago, Geely Automotive was a car pipsqueak, a maker of problem-prone machines with names like King Kong…

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Is America’s bright spot in agricultural trade with China fading?

President Donald Trump signed two executive orders on March 24 in an attempt to reduce the U.S.’s long-standing…

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Chinese women are killing it in WeChat commerce

Wu Xiaoyu 吴晓雨 opened her first online store in 2009 before WeChat existed. She was working full time…

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Bike sharing done right: A real Chinese innovation

The bike-sharing companies that are powering a transportation revolution in China’s urban centers are not like those in the…

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Top China news of 2016

The year 2016 was characterized by political upheaval across the world, but not in China. Many of the…

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The New England Journal of Medicine goes to China

Founded in 1881, the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) is the world’s oldest continuously published medical…

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Why did Uber China slap its foreign users in the face?

In August 2016, the global ride-sharing service Uber gave up on China and sold its Chinese business…

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Book Excerpt: ‘The Hacked World Order’ by Adam Segal

Editor’s note: Listen to Adam Segal on this episode of the Sinica Podcast. Just as…

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