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How are Chinese Catholics faring during this period of tensions between Beijing and the Vatican?…
Sep 27, 2017
Why would someone hire drag queens for a funeral service?
Sep 9, 2017
What happens when three-quarters of a nation loses its mother tongues by government order? 
Aug 27, 2017
In this piece for The New York Times, I write about Cambridge University Press's decision to…
Aug 20, 2017
Check out these two related interviews: one with the BBC and the other on The Sinica Podcast. 
Aug 4, 2017
In this multi-book review essay for the NYRB, I look at the fate of China's rights lawyers and…
Aug 4, 2017
In this report  for the NYT from the boondocks two hundred kilometers south of Beijing, I look at…
Jul 24, 2017
In this review for the Christianity-in-China website ChinaSource, founder Brent Fulton writes:…
Jul 23, 2017
In this blogpost for the New York Review of Books daily, I look at Liu Xiaobo's death in the…
Jul 14, 2017
In this Saturday profile for The New York Times , I look at an unconventional historian--the…
Jul 14, 2017
One of the great pleasures and privileges of getting one's book reviewed is discovering people…
Jun 29, 2017
In this article for the New York Times, a long look at the world's leading Buddhist missionary…
Jun 24, 2017

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