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Meng Wanzhou left in limbo

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Quick facts about the Wuhan coronavirus

Outside Wuhan’s Hankou railway station. Here is the latest on the Wuhan coronavirus — aka 2019-nCoV: “Officials at Texas A&M…

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Will NIO die, or reap China’s electric car rewards?

The Chinese electric vehicle market potential is enormous. But NIO — one of its leading players — is in crisis…

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Links for January 23, 2020

BUSINESS AND TECHNOLOGY: China’s markets drop amid virus concernsChina markets under strain before holiday amid virus uncertainty / Bloomberg (porous paywall)…

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Sinica Podcast: Observing Taiwan’s presidential election

Maggie Lewis, a law professor at Seton Hall University, discusses the recent presidential election in Taiwan, where she and other…

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Editor’s note for Wednesday, January 22, 2020

Dear Access member, Let me be a few days early to wish you all the best for the Year of…

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Wuhan goes into lockdown as coronavirus infections double

Map of reported 2019-nCoV infections in China, according to DXY.cn. Since our report for Access members 24 hours ago, the number…

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GDP targets cut down in most provinces

Reuters reports that many Chinese provinces are cutting their GDP targets for 2020 to align with national targets, which are…

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The most common Chinese names

Earlier this week, the Ministry of Public Security released a list of the most common Chinese surnames (in Chinese) of 2019.…

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She’s not sorry for driving her Mercedes-Benz in the Forbidden City

The Palace Museum, the official name of the Forbidden City in Beijing, has apologized for its “poor management” after photos…

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Movie theater workers are unexpected victims of Wuhan coronavirus outbreak

Chinese top comedy hitmaker Xú Zhēng 徐峥 has found himself in hot water after moving up the release date of…

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Links for Wednesday, January 22, 2020

BUSINESS AND TECHNOLOGY: How a Chinese tycoon saved a New England paper millA Maine paper mill’s unexpected savior: China / NYT…

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The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief, episode 109

This week on the Caixin-Sinica Business Brief: A phase one trade deal between the United States and China is met with…

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Editor’s note for Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Dear Access member, Last week, several days went by with suspiciously few updates on the emerging Wuhan coronavirus epidemic, but the…

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Six die as Wuhan coronavirus spreads globally

Photo credit: SupChina illustration by Derek Zheng The U.S. has its first reported infection, while the novel Wuhan coronavirus is…

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