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Chinese diplomat defends China’s Xinjiang policy with old-fashioned racism

Lijian Zhao 赵立坚 is the deputy chief of mission of the Chinese embassy in Islamabad. He is also a prolific Twitterer,…

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Racist garbage from a State Department official

The pro-Trump website Washington Examiner has a story featuring some racist garbage from Kiron Skinner, director of policy planning at…

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Zhou Qi released by Houston Rockets, while Yao Ming referenced in racist Lil Pump verse

The China Sports Column is a SupChina weekly feature in which China Sports Insider Mark Dreyer looks at the week that was in the…

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Two foreigners under investigation for racial slurs in private WeChat group

Police in Shenzhen, Guangdong Province, are investigating two resident foreigners accused of making offensive remarks in a private WeChat group…

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Demba Ba enraged by alleged racism during Chinese Super League match

Chinese football authorities are investigating claims of racial abuse directed at former Newcastle and Chelsea star Demba Ba in a…

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‘Black Panther’ struggles at Chinese box office, but not because of its ‘blackness’

Left: The official Chinese poster for Black Panther. Right: The U.S. poster.  Black Panther may be the biggest blockbuster in 2018, but…

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China has no problem with racism, and that’s a problem

This article first appeared in Chinese on 土逗公社 (tǔ dòu gōngshè, tootopia.me) under the headline Chinese auntie and African monkey:…

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Black Lives China comments on ‘Africa’ sketch in CCTV gala

By Hannah Getachew and Runako Celina Bernard-Stevenson This piece was originally published on the website Black Lives China, whose mission is…

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China’s CCTV Spring Festival Gala included a truly shameless Africa skit, featuring blackface

We need to talk about that Africa skit. You know the one. UPDATE: CCTV appears to have removed the skit…

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Why are so many first-generation Chinese immigrants supporting Donald Trump?

This is the first of a series of monthly columns by Sinica Podcast host Kaiser Kuo in which he answers…

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