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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.

Books

04.01.2014

The Contest of the Century

Geoff Dyer

From the former Financial Times Beijing bureau chief, a balanced and far-seeing analysis of the emerging competition between China and the United States that will dominate twenty-first-century world affairs—an inside account of

Media

03.26.2014

Books

03.19.2014

Unbalanced

The Chinese and U.S. economies have been locked in an uncomfortable embrace since the late 1970s.

Viewpoint

03.06.2014

Can America Win in a New Era of Competition with China?

Geoff Dyer

Beijing was in a state of heightened anxiety and had been for weeks. Each day in the run-up to the National Day parade, the security measures seemed to get a little bit tighter.

Viewpoint

02.27.2014

Why Frank Underwood is Great for China’s Soft Power

Ying Zhu

In depicting U.S. politics as just as vicious, if not more, sociopathic than its Chinese counterpart, House of Cards delivered a sweet Valentine’s Day gift to the Chinese government.

Blog

02.27.2014

How Responsible Are Americans for China’s Pollution Problem?

David Vance Wagner, Alex Wang, Elizabeth Economy, Isabel Hilton, Michael Zhao, Veerabhadran Ramanathan

David Vance Wagner: China’s latest “airpocalypse” has again sent air pollution in Beijing soaring to hazardous levels for days stra

Media

02.26.2014

China, LinkedIn Would Like to Add You to Its Network

Tea Leaf Nation, David Wertime

LinkedIn is now aiming its bow for the rocky shoals that have claimed Facebook, Twitter, Google, and even eBay: the Chinese market.

Blog

02.19.2014

China in ‘House of Cards’

Steven Jiang, Donald Clarke, Kaiser Kuo, Evan Osnos

China figures heavily in the second season of the Netflix series House of Cards, but how accurately does the show portray U.S.-China relations?

Media

02.19.2014

Chinese Netizens (Still) Love ‘House of Cards’

Tea Leaf Nation, David Wertime

“Everyone in China who works on this level pays who they need to pay.” Mild spoiler alert: These are the words of the fictitious Xander Feng, an influential Chinese billionaire on the Netflix series "House of Cards," a show that follows

Books

01.16.2014

Debating China

Laura Chang

America and China are the two most powerful players in global affairs, and no relationship is more consequential. How they choose to cooperate and compete affects billions of lives.

Media

01.10.2014

Shaq in China: A Love Story

Tea Leaf Nation

At seven-foot-one, roughly 350 pounds, and with a smile that’s been featured on everything from cereal boxes to CD album covers, Shaquille O’Neal isn’t particularly hard to recognize.

Books

12.17.2013

Ping-Pong Diplomacy

Laura Chang

The spring of 1971 heralded the greatest geopolitical realignment in a generation. After twenty-two years of antagonism, China and the United States suddenly moved toward a détente—achieved not by politicians but by Ping-Pong players.

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