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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

Blog

07.17.2014

How to Read China’s New Press Restrictions

David Schlesinger, Orville Schell, Rogier Creemers, Wen Yunchao

On June 30, China’s State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film, and Television posted a statement on its website warning Chinese journalists n

Books

07.15.2014

The Forbidden Game

Dan Washburn

In China, just because something is banned, doesn’t mean it can’t boom. Statistically, zero percent of the Chinese population plays golf, still known as the “rich man’s game” and considered taboo.

Blog

07.09.2014

The U.S. and China Are At the Table: What’s At Stake?

William Adams, Zha Daojiong

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and Treasury Secretary Jack Lew are in Beijing this week for the sixth session of the high level bilateral diplomatic exchange known as the Strategic and Economic Dialogue.

Media

07.02.2014

The Mogul Takes Manhattan

Tea Leaf Nation, Isaac Stone Fish

Lunch at Central Park’s Loeb Boathouse is an elegant affair, popular among well-heeled tourists and alumni networking associations for its lakeside view and excellent service.

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

Caixin Media

07.01.2014

China Pulling the Plug on Foreign Mainframes

Caixin

E-commerce companies and banks in China are scrapping hardware and uninstalling software for mainframe servers made by American suppliers in favor of homegrown brands said to be safe, advanced, and a lot less expensive.

Environment

06.27.2014

Germany’s Renewables Paradox a Warning Sign for China

chinadialogue

From the hay field behind his house, Gunter Jurischka points out the solar panels glittering from the town’s rooftops and the towering wind turbines spinning lazily on the horizon.

Caixin Media

06.24.2014

Top Political Advisor Investigated for Graft

Caixin

A vice chairman of the country’s top political advisory body is being investigated for “serious violations of discipline,” the Communist Party’s anti-graft fighter says.

Features

05.29.2014

Why Defenders of Killer Whales Are Worried About China

Leah Thompson

Late last year, the circus came to Hengqin.

Caixin Media

05.27.2014

Threats to Anonymous Sources Shake Chinese Journalism

Caixin

Courts in the capital are mulling over what’s being described as the first legal attack against the use of anonymous sources in news reports published by the Chinese media.

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.

Environment

05.21.2014

Infographic: China’s Pig Footprint

chinadialogue

Meat invariably means pig in China, with pork accounting for 65% of the meat consumed in the country.

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