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The Legacy of the Black Panther Party in China: Q&A with Tyson Amir

“China is trying to figure out who China is…I think they’ll have their own ideas about superiority and inferiority, but…

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Q&A with Janet Yang, a Hollywood producer with a keen eye on the Chinese film industry

A prominent Hollywood producer with deep roots in China, Janet Yang has an extensive list of film and TV credits,…

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China’s Olympic hockey aspirations: Q-and-A with Shirley Hon of the Kunlun Red Star franchise

The Kunlun group made an ambitious entry into professional ice hockey in China in 2016 with the launch of a…

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Personal insights into the frontier of Chinese biomedicine

“I foresee that within the next few years, patients from the West will actually start coming to China to receive…

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Q&A with Sexy Cyborg, China’s most notorious Maker

Naomi Wu creates new gadgets in the workshop of the world and roams the streets of Shenzhen dressed in a…

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U.S. poet laureate Tracy K. Smith on Chinese poetry, language, and the allure of China

Because I have this other language, I have a different emphasis, a different cadence that I now have permission to…

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F. Warren McFarlan on U.S.-China relations, xenophobia, and the ambition of Chinese companies

An interview with a Harvard Business School scholar — and the coauthor of 'Can China Lead?' — on the challenges…

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Can pop music connect teens in China with the world? Musical.ly co-founder Louis Yang wants to find out

Mobile video-sharing phenomenon musical.ly was created in China, but first gained popularity in America. Now the company’s founders are crossing…

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What ails China’s healthcare system? Roberta Lipson has a detailed diagnosis

A leader in China’s modern healthcare transformation speaks extensively with SupChina about her work and how she sees medical treatment progressing…

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China in infographics

A Q&A with Peter Wood on his superb series of Chinese military and foreign affairs infographics.

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Women are building real brands selling knockoff clothing

A Q&A with Sara Liao on shanzhai fashion and “women’s digital work.”

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Q&A with Chinese supermodel Ming Xi

SupChina chats with a Shanghai-born catwalk star.

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A Chinese master of Chopin

Yundi, once the youngest-ever pianist to win the International Chopin Piano Competition, discusses his rise to new heights.

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Cuckoos that fly from Beijing to Africa

A Q&A with the founder of a project that tracks migratory birds that set out from northern China and travel…

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Sinica extra: Q&A with Andy Rothman on his start in China, being bullish on the nation and 5 must-read books

Andy Rothman, the guest on the October 27 Sinica Podcast, discusses his time in the foreign service and his views…

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