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The best China podcasts, all under one roof. From economics and geopolitics to women's issues and tech startups — you'll find it here.

Out of Africa: The swifts of Beijing

Kaiser and Jeremy talk with Terry Townshend, creator of the "Birding Beijing" website, for an inside look at how the…

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Live at the Bookworm, part two: What’s ahead for China?

This is the second part of our episode recorded live during a special event at the Bookworm Literary Festival. Kaiser…

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Live at the Bookworm, part two: What's ahead for China?

This is the second part of our episode recorded live during a special event at the Bookworm Literary Festival. Kaiser…

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Live at the Bookworm, part one: How has Beijing changed over the years?

Our episode of Sinica this week was captured during a special live event at the Bookworm Literary Festival, where David…

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Fokke Obbema on China’s rising power and the nation’s relations with the West

Kaiser Kuo and David Moser are delighted to be joined by a Dutch journalist, Fokke Obbema, who is the author…

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Fokke Obbema on China's rising power and the nation's relations with the West

Kaiser Kuo and David Moser are delighted to be joined by a Dutch journalist, Fokke Obbema, who is the author…

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Edmund Backhouse in the long view of history

Derek Sandhaus of Earnshaw Books discusses the facts and fictions of the 20th-century Sinologist Edmund Backhouse.

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Rogier Creemers on cyber Leninism and the political culture of the Chinese internet

Rogier Creemers, post-doctoral fellow at Oxford and an expert on the governance of the Chinese internet, discusses politics and online…

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Comfort women and the struggle for reparations

Lucy Hornby of the Financial Times recounts the post-war history of the survivors of a wartime atrocity.

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Under the Dome

A discussion on pollution problems in China.

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LGBT China

A discussion with Fan Popo, an LGBT activist filmmaker in China.

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The Islamic State and China

Edward Wong and Prashant Rao, two journalists with years of experience in Iraq, share thoughts on the Islamic State and…

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Bo Xilai: The trial of the century

Ed Wong from The New York Times and James Miles of The Economist discuss political purges and media transparency in…

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The one-child policy, plus the African community in Guangzhou

Alexa Olesen from the Associated Press and Evan Osnos of The New Yorker join Kaiser Kuo for a discussion of…

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The extremes of Chinese media, plus Chinese internet humor

Jeremy Goldkorn and David Moser sit down with two journalists, Brook Larmer and Christina Larson, to discuss the radicalization of…

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