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Founded in 2010, the Sinica Podcast is a show dedicated to discussion of current affairs in China with journalists, writers, academics, policy makers, business people and anyone with something compelling to say about the country that's reshaping the world. Hosted by Kaiser Kuo and Jeremy Goldkorn.
ABOUT THE HOSTS: Jeremy Goldkorn and Kaiser Kuo co-host the Sinica Podcast. After twenty years in China, the two returned to the United States in 2016. They now work for SupChina as editor-in-chief and editor-at-large, respectively.

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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Zhao Liang and the South-North Water Diversion Project

A conversation with Edward Wong on independent filmmaker Zhao Liang. Also, two other guests discuss China's South-North Water Diversion Project.

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Mao’s legacy and foreign self-censorship

Videos of lectures by Tengfei Yuan, a history teacher in a middle school in Beijing, recently went viral on the…

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Schoolyard violence with Chinese characteristics

Despite efforts to downplay the story in the face of the Shanghai Expo, news of a recent wave of copycat…

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Iran and the vaccination scandal

While Western countries prepare for tougher sanctions at the UN against Iran regarding its nuclear development, China is reluctant to…

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Google China and the pullout

The Sinica Podcast’s very first episode was, perhaps fittingly, recorded on April 1, in 2010 at the makeshift studios of…

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