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The most hated person at the World Swimming Championships

The China Sports Column is a SupChina weekly feature in which China Sports Insider Mark Dreyer looks at the…

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‘Cities of Last Things’: A revenge story told backwards in a hodgepodge of genres

A three-part film told backwards, defying style and convention: Cities of Last Things is the first in our…

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Chinese Corner: Eat, stream, and become a millionaire

Chinese Corner is Jiayun Feng’s review of interesting nonfiction on the Chinese internet. Live-streaming into riches and health problems

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The SupChina Quiz: Chinese food

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

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Weekly Briefing: Google gives up on China, but not really; ‘foreign masters’ at Chinese universities; VR for your health

Hello, readers! The SupChina Weekly Briefing is our newest feature,…

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‘Grapes of God,’ smitten: The transformation of a small Catholic village in Yunnan

Cizhong was a thriving, wine-producing village until a new dam downriver changed everything. “Our land is…

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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…

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Sun Yang, somehow, escapes punishment for smashing blood vial with hammer

The China Sports Column is a SupChina weekly feature in which China Sports Insider Mark Dreyer looks at the…

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‘The Kid’: A childhood artifact from Bruce Lee’s pre-kung fu days

The 46th anniversary of Bruce Lee’s death is tomorrow. While fans fondly remember his late-career kung fu…

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Chinese Corner: They’re coming for Chinese schoolchildren’s brains

Chinese Corner is Jiayun Feng’s review of interesting nonfiction on the Chinese internet. Chinese schools are embracing brainwave-detecting headbands

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Weekly Briefing: Who is the real Mulan?; #MeToo in Chinese; China is going to Mars

Hello, readers! The SupChina Weekly Briefing is our newest…

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The SupChina Q2 2019 Red Paper

Get up to speed on all the important news from…

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Anta shrugs off short-seller report, targets Zion Williamson for shoe deal

The China Sports Column is a SupChina weekly feature in which China Sports Insider Mark Dreyer looks at the…

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‘The government is powerful, but it can’t shut us down’: Lü Pin on China’s #MeToo movement

Lü Pin 吕频 is a leading feminist activist currently based in the U.S. She has been working on women’s…

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1973: When kung fu ruled the American box office

In 1973, American movie-goers could not get enough of Hong Kong cinema, with the top three spots…

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