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How Nationalism and Xeno­phobia Drive China’s ‘Zero COVID’ Policy
December 01, 2022

How Nationalism and Xeno­phobia Drive China’s ‘Zero COVID’ Policy

By Lai-Ha Chan and Pak K. Lee
Will a post-COVID China still be committed to a policy of opening to the world?

The Hidden Audience of China’s Undiplomatic Diplomacy
October 25, 2022

The Hidden Audience of China’s Undiplomatic Diplomacy

By Ethan McAndrews
Incidents like the recent beating of a protester in Manchester are reflective of China's new diplomatic direction under Xi Jinping.
How Pelosi’s Visit to Taiwan Drove Chinese Public Opinion Toward Reunification by Force
August 19, 2022

How Pelosi’s Visit to Taiwan Drove Chinese Public Opinion Toward Reunification by Force

By Leo Chu
Since Pelosi’s visit, the future of the cross-strait issue has surged toward military conflict, as the Chinese public started to dismiss the possibility of peaceful reunification.

How Did Abe Shinzo Become an Unlikely Subject of Collective Grief in China?
July 13, 2022

How Did Abe Shinzo Become an Unlikely Subject of Collective Grief in China?

By Ni Tao
The late Japanese prime minister was not popular in China, but some have used his death to emphasize their frustration at being unable to speak freely.

The Complex Nationalism of China’s Gen-Z
June 19, 2022

The Complex Nationalism of China’s Gen-Z

By Brian Wong
China’s youngest generation is often associated with hyper-nationalism. That oversimplifies their complex, individualized relationships with their country.

The Unintended Consequences of China’s Stance on Ukraine
March 19, 2022

The Unintended Consequences of China’s Stance on Ukraine

By Yimei Liu
China’s censored social media environment makes it difficult to judge public opinion. But the pro-Russia narrative that has emerged is having a real impact on ordinary people.

Chinese Olympians Balance Politics and Sport
February 17, 2022

Chinese Olympians Balance Politics and Sport

By Patrick Beyrer
Chinese athletes must navigate not only their chosen sports but also CCP redlines, online nationalism, and corporate demands.  
Beijing’s Balancing Act on China-US Relations
October 16, 2021

Beijing’s Balancing Act on China-US Relations

By Brian Wong
Chinese leaders must balance the current push for strategic de-escalation with the hyper-nationalism at play among average Chinese.

China’s Nationalist Cancel Culture
September 05, 2021

China’s Nationalist Cancel Culture

By Bingqing Yang
In China, celebrities can be blacklisted in the span of days – or even hours – for perceived offenses against national dignity.

China’s Digital Nationalism and Activism
August 17, 2021

China’s Digital Nationalism and Activism

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Florian Schneider

Dragon Boat Festival and Chinese Nation-Building in Xinjiang
June 14, 2021

Dragon Boat Festival and Chinese Nation-Building in Xinjiang

By Timothy Grose
Forced observances of Han holidays are part of the CCP campaign to remake ethno-national loyalties among Turkic groups in Xinjiang.
As the Government Pulls Back, China’s Boycott Against International Brands Loses Steam
March 30, 2021

As the Government Pulls Back, China’s Boycott Against International Brands Loses Steam

By Jo Kim
While China’s efforts to name and shame foreign brands sometimes work, more often than not, brands and businesses simply have to wait out the nationalist outcry.

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