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The Sinica Podcast’s 10th anniversary

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China-Africa relations face an ‘unprecedented rupture’

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ZTE executive accused of years-long sexual abuse by foster daughter

ZTE executive Bào Yùmíng 鲍毓明 has been accused by his foster daughter of long-term sexual abuse. A heart-wrenching story of…

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More than 240,000 Chinese companies declare bankruptcy in the first two months of 2020

While the full economic impact of the coronavirus outbreak on China’s economy is still uncertain, popular business writer Wu Xiaobo…

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My family survived the lockdown in Wuhan. Now it’s my turn, in New York

Illustration by Julia YH For a long time, I thought I was the only lucky one in my family to…

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Torture and wrongful convictions: Some good news amid the gloom

A Henan man wrongfully convicted of murder after a forced confession regained his freedom on Monday, April 1, 2020, after…

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The coming biosecurity state

“I can see clearly now. The system is broken. I’ve got to get out.” That’s what my friend — let’s…

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The SupChina 2020 Red Paper

An exclusive report for SupChina Access members about what happened in China news in 2019, and where it could all…

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Responses to rising sinophobia: Statements of concern over the targeting of ethnically Chinese people

Since early 2018, the American immigration and justice system has appeared to target Chinese students and ethnically Chinese researchers with paranoid…

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From Superpower Couples Therapy to Yangyang at the mic: What happened at the NEXT China 2019 conference

SupChina’s NEXT China conference was held in New York City on November 21, 2019. The conference was all about the…

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70 songs for 70 years of the People’s Republic of China

This post originally appeared on Medium and is republished here, with edits, with the author’s permission. A song for each year of…

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The SupChina Book List

The 100 China books you have to read, ranked     This is the SupChina Book List, 100 books about…

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Why do Chinese people like their government?

This week’s column comes from one of Kaiser’s answers originally posted to Quora on January 11, 2015: Why do so many…

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China Twitter: 100+ accounts you should follow

Preface: We first published our Twitter 100 list in May. Naturally, we were immediately lambasted on Twitter, for a variety…

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Re-education camps in China’s ‘no-rights zone’ for Muslims: What everyone needs to know

Update: For a more current look at the situation in Xinjiang, see our August 2019 article: China’s ‘social re-engineering’ of…

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