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China's leader is due to start a second five-year term this week. In this NYT Sunday Review piece…
Oct 14, 2017
I met one of contempoary China's greatest writers just before his death two decades ago, but…
Oct 8, 2017
Starting in October I'll be on the road for over three weeks to talk about China's search for…
Sep 30, 2017
I'm sorry to report the passing of a legendary foreign correspondent, Wilbur G. Landrey, chief…
Sep 30, 2017
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

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