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07.21.2014

Everybody Hates Rui

Tea Leaf Nation

He may be widely reviled in his home country, but oh, what a resume: The son of an author and screenwriter; a graduate of the prestigious China Foreign

Media

07.08.2014

Changing the Chinese Embassy’s Address to Liu Xiaobo Plaza Is a Silly Idea

Tea Leaf Nation, Isaac Stone Fish

I rarely agree with the Chinese Embassy in Washington, but an amendment making its way through Congress has made me unlikely bedfellows with Beijing’s Washington diplomats.

Blog

07.01.2014

The Debate Over Confucius Institutes PART II

Gregory B. Lee, Michael Hill, Zha Daojiong, Stephen E. Hanson, Mary Gallagher, Marshall Sahlins, Mobo Gao , Alan R. Kluver, Avery Goldstein

Last week, ChinaFile published a discussion on the debate over Confucius Institutes–Chinese language and culture programs affiliated

Viewpoint

06.03.2014

China’s Maritime Provocations

Susan Shirk

Last weekend I attended the Shangri-La Dialogue, an annual gathering of Asian, European, and American defense and military officials and strategic experts in Singapore hosted by the London International Institute of Strategic Studies.

Sinica Podcast

06.02.2014

OMG, in Conversation With Jessica Beinecke

Kaiser Kuo, Jeremy Goldkorn, David Moser, Jessica Beinecke

Kaiser Kuo and Jeremy Goldkorn interview Jessica Beinecke, host of the VOA-funded OMG Meiyu, a Chinese show on English slang that has earned Jessica hundreds of thousands

Reports

06.01.2014

Decoding China’s Emerging “Great Power” Strategy in Asia

The course charted by China’s reemergence as a great power over the next few decades represents the primary strategic challenge for the U.S.-Japan security alliance and for the East Asian security landscape writ large.

Books

05.22.2014

Age of Ambition

Evan Osnos

From abroad, we often see China as a caricature: a nation of pragmatic plutocrats and ruthlessly dedicated students destined to rule the global economy—or an addled Goliath, riddled with corruption and on the edge of stagnation.

Media

05.08.2014

The Chinese Are Coming! (And That’s OK)

Tea Leaf Nation

On April 29, the United States Chamber of Commerce, a U.S.

The China Challenge

Ian Johnson

In 1890, an undistinguished U.S. Navy captain published a book that would influence generations of strategists.

Media

05.06.2014

Chinese to the World: Ignore Our GDP

Tea Leaf Nation, Alexa Olesen

The U.S.-based World Bank grabbed everybody’s attention by announcing that China was poised to displace the United States as the world’s largest economy based on purchasing power.

Blog

04.30.2014

Will China’s Economy Be #1 by Dec. 31? (And Does it Matter?)

William Adams, Damien Ma, Zha Daojiong, Arthur R. Kroeber , Derek Scissors, Taisu Zhang

On April 30, data released by the United Nations International Comparison Program showed China’s estimated 2011 purchasing power parity (PPP) exchange rate was twenty percent higher

Blog

04.22.2014

What Obama Should Say About China in Japan

Yuki Tatsumi, Ely Ratner, Dan Blumenthal, Shogo Suzuki, Edward N. Luttwak, June Teufel Dreyer, Jerome A. Cohen, Wu Jianmin, Edward Friedman

On Wednesday, Barack Obama will land in Tokyo beginning a week-long trip to four of China’s neighbors—but not to China itself.

Sinica Podcast

04.21.2014

American Football in China

David Moser

“American football in China” is a sport/location combo that at first sounds like a joke, like “Jamaican bobsled team.” But according to the rule that, in a country of 1.3 billion people, everything is happening somewhere, the

Sinica Podcast

04.14.2014

Live at the Association for Asian Studies

Kaiser Kuo, Jeffrey Wasserstrom

This week, Sinica presents a special live recording from the annual meeting of the Association for Asian Studies (AAS) which convened in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Solving China’s Schools: An Interview with Jiang Xueqin

Ian Johnson

In December, China stunned the world when the most widely used international education assessment revealed

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