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China cautions Germany over Aixtron deal halt

Sinica backgrounder: Wartime China and Bill Lascher’s ‘Eve of a Hundred Midnights’

When aspiring journalist Bill Lascher learned from his grandmother that her cousin had been a war correspondent in China with…

Sinica extra: Q&A with Andy Rothman on his start in China, being bullish on the nation and 5 must-read books

Andy Rothman is an investment strategist with Matthews Asia, where he writes the Sinology column. He was previously the chief China strategist…

Sinica extra: Q&A with Rachel Stern on the scholarly appeal of China’s legal system, the nation’s crackdown on lawyers and U.S. litigiousness

Jeremy: A cynic might joke that studying Chinese law and legal processes is in some ways like living in the Sahara Desert and…

Sinica extra: Q&A with Ma Tianjie on toxic heavy metals, bourgeois culture and more

Ma Tianjie is the blogger behind Chublic Opinion, editor of the environmental website China Dialogue, a…

Sinica extra: Q&A with Mei Fong on her Pulitzer win, meeting Queen Elizabeth and foreign correspondence

Mei Fong, the guest on this week’s Sinica Podcast about China’s one-child policy, is the first Malaysian-born journalist to have won…

Michael Manning’s Beijing jail diary

Introduction Michael Manning was, in many ways, just another young American living in China. His career there followed a trajectory familiar to…

Q&A with Zing Bai, the founder of a New York restaurant who wants to take her ‘awesome’ fried rice across the U.S.

Last summer, Haijing “Zing” Bai’s parents in Beijing had no idea their daughter had quit her law firm job in New York…

Gay men from China find a liberating openness in America’s LGBT community

The first thing Evan Liu did when he arrived at New York City’s Pride Parade in June was write his phone number…

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 historians consider 1947 as…

Editor’s note: SupChina expands with the Sinica Podcast and photos from Michael Yamashita

In the latest Sinica podcast — the first that Kaiser Kuo and Jeremy Goldkorn produced in…

Q&A with Hao Wu, documentary filmmaker trying to understand China’s changes

In 2011, Hao Wu gave up a successful career as a top executive in the Chinese Internet industry to pursue his love of…

China journalism

Through the lens of American journalism, writer gets a new perspective on telling China’s story

Growing up in China, I never saw a protest, not even a small one. I don’t recall reading about any contemporary contentious…

Amid pollution’s haze, stories make it worth staying in China

When I returned to Beijing from a vacation in Canada, it was a blue-sky day fit for skating on one of the frozen…