The China Project
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by Jeremy Goldkorn
1M ago
From 2016 to 2023, we published an extraordinary range of China-focused articles, podcasts, interviews, and videos. Here are a few highlights ..read more
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Taipei Pride celebrates queer diversity despite its challenges
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by Dorine Booij
4M ago
Asia’s LGBT capital ended its pride week with a hugely successful parade. The movement faces its challenges though ..read more
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With mines, ports, and factories, China is set to dominate Latin America’s electric vehicle industry
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by Matheus Andrade
4M ago
The region has some of the largest mineral reserves for this industry, including copper and lithium. Chinese companies also see opportunities in the local vehicle market ..read more
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Xi and Albanese meet in Beijing
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by Nadya Yeh
4M ago
Xi Jinping and Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese met for the second time in Beijing today. It’s the strongest signal to date that ties between their two countries are improving after years of tensions ..read more
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The China Agenda for November 6–12: APEC Summit and Anthony Blinken in the Indo-Pacific
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by Arran Hope
4M ago
This is what’s on the diplomatic, political, and business agenda for the week of November 6–12 ..read more
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China-owned companies reckon with U.S. state, national land purchase bans
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by Eduardo Jaramillo
4M ago
Arkansas recently ordered ChemChina-owned Syngenta to sell its land in the state. Other states are also putting up walls for Chinese buyers ..read more
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China’s cognitive dissonance in the Israel-Hamas war
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by Dale Aluf
4M ago
The underlying premises driving China's approach in the Middle East seem increasingly out of sync with the shifting realities. Perhaps most ironically, Hamas (and its supporters in Iran, etc.) embrace a strand of radical Islam that China fears most ..read more
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Lao She’s greatest work, ‘Rickshaw Boy’
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by Paul French
4M ago
Vivid descriptions of Republican-Era Beijing meld with a timeless story about the vicissitudes of a worker's life ..read more
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‘Lived in frustration, and died in vain’ — Phrase of the Week
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by Andrew Methven
4M ago
A new phrase describes the sentiment in China toward the sudden death of Li Keqiang ..read more
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The Party takes firm control of China’s financial sector
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by Barry van Wyk
4M ago
The Central Financial Work Conference signaled a willingness for the central government to inject more money into the economy and inhibit local government debt, while emphasizing increased government regulation of the financial sector ..read more
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