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October 16, 2017 By
The Case That Got Away: Introducing the Sly Noir of A Yi
From the New Issue of
Freeman's: Future of New Writing
October 11, 2017 By
The Mess We’re In: On the Inevitability of Post-Cold War Chaos
Historian Odd Arne Westad Wonders if it Could Have Been Different
September 28, 2017 By
Odd Arne Westad
Lu Xun: What is Revolutionary Literature?
"Only When Revolutionaries Start Writing Will There be Revolutionary Literature"
September 25, 2017 By
To Abolish the Chinese Language: On a Century of Reformist Rhetoric
Thomas S. Mullaney on Theories of Chinese Modernization
September 15, 2017 By
Thomas S. Mullaney
So, Can We Actually Predict Earthquakes?
On Waiting for the Big One, and the Imprecise Science of Seismology
August 31, 2017 By
Jenny Zhang: “I Didn’t Want to Give in to the White American Gaze”
Author on Family, Language, and Collective Memory
August 3, 2017 By
Destined for War: Can America and China Escape Thucydides’s Trap?
July 20, 2017 By
an Adaptation of
Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus
The Week in Literary Film and Television News
July 14, 2017 By
Words Can Erase and Distort: An Interview with Madeleine Thien
When language is in conflict with the very things we need it for
May 26, 2017 By
Seeking Refuge in Vinyl Records During China’s Cultural Revolution
And the Bootleg Paganini Record That Instigated a Bloody Brawl
May 25, 2017 By
Capturing the True Criminality of Chinese State Corruption
Ian Hamilton on Researching the Ava Lee Series
May 17, 2017 By
The Souls of China: The Return of Religion After Mao
May 2, 2017 By
The Chinese Factory Workers Who Write Poems on Their Phones
"An Unprecedented Opportunity in the History of Working Class Literature."
May 1, 2017 By
Wish Lanterns: Young Lives in New China
April 24, 2017 By
The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane
March 29, 2017 By
Leaving the Village: Xiaolu Guo on a Traumatic Uprooting
"That place made me a hard person, a stoic and even merciless person"
March 28, 2017 By
What Kind of Empire Will China Be?
On the Constant Evolution of Global Power
March 17, 2017 By
Howard W. French
Twitter and Facebook All in One: On the Rise of China’s Weibo
The Subversive Cat-and-Mouse Games of Chinese 'Netizens'
March 6, 2017 By
Gish Jen on the Profound Differences Between Chinese and American Culture
Culture Shock, Interdependence, and Surviving Yonkers...
March 1, 2017 By
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