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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

Environment

03.19.2014

Is China Underfunding its ‘War on Pollution’?

chinadialogue

China’s environmental spending showed a year-on-year drop of almost ten percent in 2013, according to the budget report delivered at China’s annual parliamentary gathering.

Blog

03.19.2014

What Should Michelle Obama Accomplish on Her Trip to China?

Orville Schell, Vincent Ni, Leta Hong Fincher, Elizabeth Economy, Robert Kapp, Jindong Cai , Sheila Melvin

Orville Schell:  Looking at the challenges of rectifying U.S.-China relations and building some semblance of the “new kind of a big power relationship” alluded to by presidents

Caixin Media

03.11.2014

Li Ka-shing’s Remedy for ‘Coddled’ Hong Kong

Caixin

Hong Kong tycoon Li Ka-shing is again in the media spotlight after he mentioned in late February the possibility of publicly listing his retail business A.S.

Environment

03.05.2014

Should China Follow in America’s Factory Farming Footsteps?

chinadialogue

The scale of growth in China’s meat production over the past three decades is staggering. Today, one-third of the world’s meat is produced in the country and half of all pigs live there.

Sinica Podcast

03.01.2014

In Line Behind a Billion People

Kaiser Kuo, Jeremy Goldkorn, Damien Ma

This week on Sinica, Kaiser and Jeremy are joined by Damien Ma, author of In Line Behind a Billion People, a new book for China-watchers looking a

Features

01.26.2014

For Freedom, Justice, and Love

The Editors

Following is legal activist Xu Zhiyong’s closing statement at the end of his trial in Beijing on January 22, 2014.

Media

01.03.2014

Coming to Chinese Headlines in 2014

Tea Leaf Nation, Rachel Lu

Chinese people have spent another year breathing dirty air,

Environment

01.03.2014

Predictions for China’s Environment in 2014

chinadialogue

From dead pigs in the Shanghai river to toxic smog in major cities, 2013 was a year of dramatic environ

Other

12.26.2013

2013 Year in Review

The Editors

As the year draws to a close, we want to take a moment to look back at some of the stories ChinaFile published in 2013. We hope you’ll find something that interests you to read—or watch—over the holidays.

Caixin Media

12.17.2013

Are Changes to China’s Family-Planning Rules Too Little, Too Late?

Caixin

Among the sixty areas covered in the Communist Party’s “decision” document released after the third plenum of the Eighteenth Central Committee, the most popular among ordinary people is a revision to the family planning policy to allow s

Blog

12.07.2013

Will China Shut Out the Foreign Press?

The Editors, Winston Lord, Paul Mooney, Ron Javers, Bill Bishop, Andrew J. Nathan, Perry Link, Jeremy Goldkorn, Chen Weihua, Orville Schell

Some two dozen journalists employed by The New York Times and Bloomberg News have not yet received the visas they need to continue to report and live in China after the end of this year.

Media

11.06.2013

Sex Ed Videos Go Viral

Tea Leaf Nation, Liz Carter

A collection of sex education videos have just gone, ahem, viral on the Chinese Internet.

Video

11.05.2013

Small Part, Big Screen

Gilles Sabrié

Every morning outside the imposing gate of the Beijing Film Studio, a throng gathers to try to find a way inside. These aren’t fans, exactly.

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