Why Isn't China Dominating Sochi?
February 18, 2014
Team China won its first medal at the Sochi Olympics last week, when skater Han Tianyu took the silver in the mens's short-track 1500 meters. China's medal count has since climbed to six, with three golds, two silvers, and one bronze.
The Chinese Think They Have the Russians All Figured Out
February 12, 2014
The Sochi Olympics have barely gotten off the ground when the Russians are already talking about the next one.
China Wants to Build a Better Facebook
February 04, 2014
WeChat, China's ultimate chat/social network/mobile payment/online banking all-in-one mega-site
Obama's defeatist State of the Union should have taken its cues from the words of an inspiring Chinese dissident.
The Next Battle in Our Trade War with China
January 21, 2014
Update: Whether the U.S.
The Chinese Government Is Threatened by My Dance Moves
January 20, 2014
I went on Chinese State TV to sing and dance. The makes me and the Chinese government cringe—for different reasons.
What we learned from Chen Guangbiao's U.S. media tour.
Anti-Authoritarianism in the Age of the Internet
January 04, 2014
The nobel laureate
“The visa question has insidious ways of sowing the seeds of self-censorship,” Dorinda Elliott, the global affairs editor at Condé Nast Traveler, wrote on ChinaFile last month.
Behind China’s Cyber Curtain
December 05, 2013
On the bus ride from Chengdu, the teeming capital of Sichuan Province, to Aba County in northern Sichuan, my cell phone signal flickered in and out.