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Kenyan students in Wuhan plead for evacuation

Illustration by Derek Zheng for SupChina On January 31, eight days into the lockdown of Wuhan, 17 members of the Kenyan Students…

Was China’s $97 million settlement for Citadel Securities politically motivated?

Citadel Securities agreed to a whopping settlement from China’s financial regulator, while some domestic firms escaped with wrist slaps. What…

Women’s rights advocate calls out sexist coverage of Wuhan outbreak in Chinese media

Women have been playing a crucial role in tackling major crises in China for as long as men have, but it seems that…

What it was like to live in Beijing through SARS

While the novel coronavirus continues to spread, this week’s column looks back at the epidemic that 2019-nCoV is most frequently compared to: SARS in…

The making of an icon: Sanmao’s ‘Stories of the Sahara’

Confessional prose, a wanderlust travel persona, and personal tragedy have helped sustain Sanmao’s enduring legacy. Photo credit:

Coronavirus brings sports in China to a standstill

The China Sports Column is a SupChina weekly feature. Pictured: Team staffer in Yuanshen Stadium in Shanghai on January 27, Getty Images. The Wuhan coronavirus…

Chinese social media users target Denmark after Danish newspaper’s coronavirus cartoon

A wave of anti-Denmark sentiment has flared up on the Chinese internet after Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten published a cartoon about the…

Top health official in quarantined city fired for ignorance about basic facts of coronavirus outbreak

Huanggang is the epidemic-stricken Chinese city 50 miles from Wuhan that has reported 324 confirmed cases of 2019-nCoV. A high-ranking city health official…

Chinese moms in America’s illicit massage parlors

According to the nonprofit anti-trafficking organization Polaris Project, there were more than 9,000 illicit massage parlors in the United States in…

SARS and what I learned about keeping a business running during a coronavirus epidemic

A photo by the author of his colleagues at their startup company…

40 million people watch livestream of pop-up hospitals being built in Wuhan

The government of Wuhan — the Chinese city at the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak — has been rushing to construct two emergency…

In Sickness and in Health

He Jiankui and bioethics, Chinese hospitals and patient violence, the coronavirus and lockdown of Wuhan, and politics during times of emergency.

The final meltdown: P2P in China in 2020

A version of this article was originally published by KapronAsia, a Shanghai- and Singapore-based fintech consultancy. No China…

U.K. government opens narrow door to Huawei

After more than a year of intense internal study and deliberation, and pressure from both the U.S. and Chinese governments, London on Tuesday…

Yangyang Cheng on how China sees science and gender inequality in academia

At SupChina’s NEXT China 2019 Conference, we asked Yangyang Cheng, a postdoctoral research associate at Cornell University, about how China uses science as…