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CCTV claims this year’s Spring Festival Gala was a huge success — I call it BS

Chinese state broadcaster CCTV released a report on the morning of February 6 summarizing how the 2019 Spring Festival…

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It’s political: U.S. puts heat on China with Huawei indictment, extradition request

The U.S. Department of Justice on Monday unleashed a barrage of indictments (for theft of trade secrets and 

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The shocking arrest of Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou in Canada: ZTE redux — or worse?

The timing of the arrest and extradition request is rich. While the law enforcement action against Huawei has been…

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Au revoir, Great Leap No. 12: Another popular Beijing bar forced to close

If you’re a beer drinker in Beijing, I know where you’re at right now. That’s because tonight is the…

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Is there no room for freaks in the Chinese Dream?

Image created using a photo by Elvin Ruiz   All of China’s genuine…

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Why Chinese companies crush Western tech giants in China

Disclaimer: The following views are mine and not my employer Microsoft’s. While reading the news, I regularly come across…

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China has no problem with racism, and that’s a problem

This article first appeared in Chinese on 土逗公社 (tǔ…

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Did you REALLY just ask me ‘Are Chinese girls easy?’

Editor’s note: A story we published last…

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Black Lives China comments on ‘Africa’ sketch in CCTV gala

By Hannah Getachew and Runako Celina Bernard-Stevenson This piece was originally published on the website Black Lives China, whose mission is…

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Beijing was awfully quiet this Chinese New Year’s Eve

2010 Four years ago, I wrote this about Chinese New…

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Are Chinese girls ‘easy’? And other thoughts on cross-cultural dating

Victor Zheng is a Chinese “self-media” (自媒体 zì méitǐ) personality, now living in the U.S., who has published in…

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Kuora: Love and marriage, China style

Love and marriage, despite what the song might tell you, does not always go together like a horse and…

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No, 10,000 were not killed in China’s 1989 Tiananmen crackdown

At least 10,000 people were killed in Tiananmen Square in…

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Chinese reactions to the Sutherland Springs church shooting

The latest mass shooting in the United States, which left at least 26 dead in the…

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There is no Thucydides Trap

Book review: Destined for War: Can America and China Escape Thucydides’s Trap, by Graham Allison (Boston and…

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