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Why and how to invest in China

This content is produced in partnership with Finimize. If current GDP growth rates in the U.S….

When did Chinese people start to self-identify as ‘Han’?

This week’s column comes from one of Kaiser’s answers originally posted to Quora on May 9, 2015: When and how did the dominant ethnicity…

How the Chinese internet turned ‘Hong Kong independence’ into a smear

Fang Kecheng, a widely renowned commentator and former journalist at the Chinese newspaper Southern Weekly, is currently teaching at the…

First U.S. NGO accused of breaking the Overseas NGO Law

On Monday, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) announced at its regularly scheduled press conference that for the very first time, a U.S.-based NGO…

The anger of David Boring, the grief and rage of Hong Kong

The album above, Unnatural Objects and Their Humans, features in Krish Raghav’s list of 70 songs for 70 years of the People’s Republic of…

Desperate Trump sidelines Hong Kong

On Thursday, we noted that the U.S. Senate unanimously passed the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act, sending the bill closer to President…

Sinica Podcast: What we get wrong about China’s censorship regime

This week’s Sinica Podcast is now live. In a podcast taped live for the Asia Society of Switzerland in Zurich, Kaiser is…

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 future of China,…

One murder, two storms

When Chan Tong-kai murdered his 5-week pregnant girlfriend at a hotel near Taipei, stuffed her body into a suitcase and dumped it into…

Lippi resigns as Chinese national team manager — again. What’s next for Team China?

The China Sports Column is a SupChina weekly feature. Marcello Lippi resigned as head coach of the Chinese national soccer team after a 2-1 defeat…

Till death brings us together: ‘Love Education’ review

Despite historical turmoil and social transformations, women believe in love, search for love, sustain the institutions of love, and pay the…

Former British consulate worker Simon Cheng says China tortured him

Simon Cheng Man-kit (郑文杰 Zhèng Wénjié), a former employee of the British consulate in Hong Kong who was detained by Chinese security forces 

Hong Kong might survive the protests, but will the Greater Bay Area?

The Greater Bay Area surrounding Hong Kong is China’s richest region, home to mega-cities reinventing themselves as tech hubs. This is…

Traditional Chinese medicine schools removed from global medical school directory

Eight Chinese medical schools that specialize in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) have been removed from the World Directory of Medical Schools,…

‘The ambiguity between truth and fiction’

Starting tomorrow until Friday, December 6, our photo section will feature images from photographer Mark Parascandola’s most recent book, Once Upon a Time in Shanghai,…