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If you're interested in the destruction of Chinese culture,  this interview  with one of China' top…
Apr 8, 2012
What do Bo Xilai and hibernating insects have in common. I try to figure this out  in this blogpost…
Mar 20, 2012
A hilarious, wide-ranging interview with writer and blogger Ran Yunfei,  here on the New York…
Mar 7, 2012
I took a trip to Chongqing for the New York Times to see what was up with the scandal around Bo…
Mar 7, 2012
One of China's best-known journalists, Chang Ping, is in quasi-exile in Germany.  In this interview…
Jan 27, 2012
After the FLG crackdown in the 2000s, qigong was largely banned in China. But along with other…
Jan 14, 2012
The current (2012) issue of the  Journal of Daoist Studies  has a piece by me on the recent history…
Jan 12, 2012
The recent uprising in Wukan is often seen as a sign of regime instability. But could it be…
Dec 22, 2011
Despite continuing repression, religious life in China continues to expand and even flourish.  In…
Dec 4, 2011
Here's a  modest piece  on why the U.S. does or doesn't do more cultural diplomacy in China. There…
Nov 22, 2011
Here's the dipsy-doodly cover of the just-released Italian edition of A Mosque in Munich. It was my…
Nov 17, 2011
Despite crackdowns, there are signs that China's leaders are interested in fostering religious…
Oct 29, 2011

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