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Q. and A.: Michael Schuman on the Return of Confucianism in China

Weiqi Versus Chess

Manchu a window into forgotten past

Do the people of Taiwan consider themselves Chinese?

Spoiled Speed Demons: A Menace in China Since the Song Dynasty

Beijing’s old stock exchange – a history of cities in 50 buildings, day 17

The Wonderfully Elusive Chinese Novel

Chinese Children Rub Eyes to Improve Vision

‘The 5 Great Jokes of Chinese History’: prominent scholar lampoons his ‘patriotic’ colleagues

Chinese Academy of Social Sciences throwing shade at The New Qing History

Qing History Another Front Against Western Influence

The Chinese Government Has a Resignation Problem

Lawsuit Over Banned Memoir Asks China to Explain Censorship


China’s Exodus of Judges

Xi lauds contributions of China, Russia to WWII victory

Translation: Two Ends for Xi Jinping, a Play

The Horrible, Terrible, No Good, Very Bad Luck of the Brothers Zhao

Sovereignty in the Himalayas

What Did China’s Top Graft-Buster Have to Say to Francis Fukuyama?

Creeping censorship in Hong Kong: how China controls sale of sensitive books

Graffiti in China, Part I: A Crack in the Concrete

Can China Untangle the Kokang Knot in Myanmar?

Writing China: Rian Thum, ‘The Sacred Routes of Uyghur History’

Fact, Fiction and the South China Sea


Graffiti in China, Part Two: The Writing on the Wall

Your Questions About China, Answered

The Time a Corrupt Chinese Official’s Mistress Told Me to Run

Zozbieral: Tibor Blažko.

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