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07.24.2014

Alibaba: How Big a Deal Is It?

David Wolf, Duncan Clark

When Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba goes public some time after Labor Day it is expected be one the largest initial public offerings in history.

Media

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

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.

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.

Books

06.25.2014

Tiananmen Exiles

In the spring of 1989, millions of citizens across China took to the streets in a nationwide uprising against government corruption and authoritarian rule.

Media

06.24.2014

The President China Never Had

David Wertime

An activist lawyer heroically risks everything for his beliefs. Although he fails, his brave stand against authoritarianism wins him lasting admiration and changes the fate of his East Asian nation forever.

Sinica Podcast

06.20.2014

Isolda Morillo: Una Vida en China

Kaiser Kuo, Jeremy Goldkorn, Isolda Morillo

This week on Sinica, Kaiser and Jeremy are delighted to be joined by Isolda Morillo, a Peruvian journalist for the Associated Press whose life story is as interesting as they come.

Media

06.18.2014

Leaning In ... to Corruption

Tea Leaf Nation, Alexa Olesen

It’s no secret that graft is an essential part of climbing the Chinese Communist Party ranks.

Books

06.18.2014

The People’s Republic of Amnesia

On June 4, 1989, People's Liberation Army soldiers opened fire on unarmed civilians in Beijing, killing untold hundreds of people.

Books

06.09.2014

Voices from Tibet

Laura Chang, Robert Barnett

Tsering Woeser and Wang Lixiong are widely regarded as the most eloquent, insightful writers on contemporary Tibet.

Culture

06.03.2014

A Visit to Hong Kong’s June 4th Museum

Amy Chung

Every Saturday in Hong Kong, volunteer curator and translator C.S. Liu helps guide visitors through the first permanent museum dedicated to the history of the Tiananmen Square massacre of June 4, 1989 in Beijing.

The Tanks and the People

Liao Yiwu

Twenty-five years ago, before the Tiananmen massacre, my father told me: “Son, be good and stay at home, never provoke the Communist Party.”

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