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In this recent piece for The New York Review of Books I review R.S. Sugirtharajah's…
Oct 10, 2019
In this op-ed for the New York Times  I describe what Tuesday's scene was like on Tiananmen…
Oct 3, 2019
In this piece for The New York Times , I look at something that all China-watchers know: the fact…
Sep 26, 2019
Not coincidentally, China's ongoing crises in Hong Kong and Xinjiang are at its unstable and…
Sep 7, 2019
I n my first review for the New York Times book section, I look at Julia Lovell's sweeping…
Sep 3, 2019
In this piece for The New York Times , I report on the consecration of Msgr. Yao Shun, the first…
Aug 29, 2019
In this feature for the NYT , I write about how the Forbidden City is opening up, in step with…
Aug 4, 2019
Thanks so much to the American Academy of Religion for honoring me with their prize for best…
Aug 2, 2019
In this daily article for the New York Times , I explain how one of China's Internet pioneers,…
Jul 29, 2019
The Rubin Museum of Art recently held a groundbreaking exhibition on something of a taboo, or at…
Jul 16, 2019
How do Chinse people keep the memory of the June 4 massacre alive? In this piece for The New…
Jun 3, 2019
"How the Party Decided to Shoot Its People:" In this essay for The New York Review of Books , we…
May 30, 2019

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