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Chen Hongguo might be China's most famous ex-professor. In this Q&A for the NYR Daily, I ask…
May 14, 2019
Why the case of a Chinese law professor matters: In this piece  for the NYR Daily, I tell the…
Apr 19, 2019
In this essay for The New York Review of Books I look at a arts and culture space in Xi'an…
Apr 19, 2019
I'm honored to have written the introduction to Liao Yiwu's new book, which chronicles the…
Apr 8, 2019
It's one thing to write and talk about Chinese people's spiritual life in English; it's something…
Mar 2, 2019
In 2016 I published a long article in The New York Review of Books on a team at Tsinghua…
Mar 1, 2019
In another in my NYRB "Talking About China" Q&As, I speak with the devout Buddhist…
Feb 19, 2019
In this obituary in the NYT , I describe the life of Li Rui, Mao's personal secretary who later…
Feb 16, 2019
In my latest installment of the "Talking About China" series in the NYR Daily, I talk to Zhang…
Jan 31, 2019
I'll be traveling to Taiwan this month to help launch the first Chinese-language edition of The…
Jan 20, 2019
On Monday, the Chengdu-based blogger Huang Qi was put on trial for leaking sensitive state…
Jan 15, 2019
How does a society fight the downward spiral into oligarchy and repression? The small European…
Jan 14, 2019

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