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China in drag: Michael Bristow discusses his new book on China’s — and one man’s — incredible transformation

Michael Bristow was stationed in Beijing as the Asia Pacific editor for the BBC World Service from 2005 to 2013…. https://supchina.com/podcast-player/40431/china-drag-michael-bristow-discusses-new-book-chinas-one-mans-incredible-transformation.mp3Download file | Play in new windowSubscribe: iTunes | Stitcher | Google Play

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China’s tightening grip on cyberspace

Adam Segal is the Ira A. Lipman Chair in Emerging Technologies and National Security and director of the Digital… https://supchina.com/podcast-player/40234/chinas-tightening-grip-cyberspace.mp3Download file | Play in new windowSubscribe: iTunes | Stitcher | Google Play

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China’s environmental challenges: Overfishing, toxic soil, and unbreathable air

Lucy Hornby is a China correspondent for the Financial Times. She has previously been on Sinica to speak about… https://supchina.com/podcast-player/40075/chinas-environmental-challenges-overfishing-toxic-soil-unbreathable-air.mp3Download file | Play in new windowSubscribe: iTunes | Stitcher | Google Play

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U.S.-China relations after six months of Trump, with Susan Shirk and Stan Rosen

Has the last half year of turbulent U.S.-China relations and Chinese politics passed you by? Confused you? Perhaps you’d… https://supchina.com/podcast-player/39832/u-s-china-relations-six-months-trump-susan-shirk-stan-rosen.mp3Download file | Play in new windowSubscribe: iTunes | Stitcher | Google Play

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Of dirty words and Party-speak: Sinica Podcast live in D.C.

Dirty words, politically incorrect phrases, the legal distinction between suspect and criminal, customs boundary versus national boundary, and better ways to… https://supchina.com/podcast-player/39619/dirty-words-party-speak-sinica-podcast-live-d-c.mp3Download file | Play in new windowSubscribe: iTunes | Stitcher | Google Play

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Gillian Wong and Josh Chin on journalism careers in China

Gillian Wong has been reporting from China since 2008 and is now the news director for Greater China at… https://supchina.com/podcast-player/39390/gillian-wong-josh-chin-journalism-careers-china.mp3Download file | Play in new windowSubscribe: iTunes | Stitcher | Google Play

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China’s great spiritual revival

Pulitzer Prize–winning author and journalist Ian Johnson returns to the Sinica Podcast to introduce his new book, The Souls… https://supchina.com/podcast-player/39109/chinas-great-spiritual-revival.mp3Download file | Play in new windowSubscribe: iTunes | Stitcher | Google Play

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Joan Kaufman on foreign nonprofits and academia in China

Joan Kaufman is a fascinating figure: Her long and storied career in China started in the early 1980s, when… https://supchina.com/podcast-player/38901/joan-kaufman-foreign-nonprofits-academia-china.mp3Download file | Play in new windowSubscribe: iTunes | Stitcher | Google Play

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Straight talk on North Korea and China, with Lyle Goldstein

Lyle Goldstein, an associate professor and strategic researcher at the U.S. Naval War College’s China Maritime Studies Institute, is… https://supchina.com/podcast-player/38698/straight-talk-north-korea-china-lyle-goldstein.mp3Download file | Play in new windowSubscribe: iTunes | Stitcher | Google Play

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China’s Asian power play: Tom Miller on the future of Belt and Road

Tom Miller, senior Asia analyst and managing editor at Gavekal Research, joins Jeremy and Kaiser to discuss his new… https://supchina.com/podcast-player/38461/chinas-asian-power-play-tom-miller-future-belt-road.mp3Download file | Play in new windowSubscribe: iTunes | Stitcher | Google Play

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Jerome A. Cohen on human rights and law in China

Professor Jerome A. Cohen began studying the law of what was then called “Red China” in the early 1960s,… https://supchina.com/podcast-player/38291/jerome-cohen-human-rights-law-china.mp3Download file | Play in new windowSubscribe: iTunes | Stitcher | Google Play

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Guo Wengui: The extraordinary tale of a Chinese billionaire turned dissident, told by Mike Forsythe and Alexandra Stevenson

The life and times of Chinese billionaire Guo Wengui 郭文贵 reads much like an epic play, so it is… https://supchina.com/podcast-player/38141/guo-wengui-mike-forsythe-alexandra-stevenson.mp3Download file | Play in new windowSubscribe: iTunes | Stitcher | Google Play

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David Rank, top U.S. diplomat, on why he resigned to protest Trump

David Rank became the leading diplomat for one of America’s most important embassies during the transition when Iowa governor… https://supchina.com/podcast-player/37952/david-rank-top-u-s-diplomat-resigned-protest-trump.mp3Download file | Play in new windowSubscribe: iTunes | Stitcher | Google Play

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Islamophobia in China, explained by Alice Su and Ma Tianjie

Islamophobia isn’t a phenomenon limited to Trump’s America or the Europe of Brexit and Marine Le Pen. It has… https://supchina.com/podcast-player/37760/islamophobia-china-explained-alice-su-ma-tianjie.mp3Download file | Play in new windowSubscribe: iTunes | Stitcher | Google Play

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How does investigative reporting happen in China? A conversation with Li Xin of Caixin

Li Xin 李昕 is the managing director of Caixin Global, the English-language arm of China’s most authoritative financial news… https://supchina.com/podcast-player/37527/investigative-reporting-happen-china-conversation-li-xin-caixin.mp3Download file | Play in new windowSubscribe: iTunes | Stitcher | Google Play

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