Life in China’s American Dream Town
By Adam James Smith
A new documentary explores the idealized vision of American life behind Jackson Hole, China.
Commerce Secretary Raimondo’s China Visit Must Confront Changing Attitudes
By Hilton Root
Shifts in Chinese attitudes amid geopolitical tensions will have profound repercussions for China-U.S. economic relations.
Why China’s Stock Exchange Creates a Headache the Chinese Communist Party
By Thiago de Aragao
With investors souring on real estate, stocks are now the investment destination of choice – and they increasingly provide a barometer of public confidence in China’s future.
China, the US, and a Tale of 2 Professors
By Hemant Adlakha
While a U.S. professor receives positive press for challenging the “anti-China” mindset, a Chinese expert gets smeared for being too “pro-U.S.”
Resentment Is Rising Against China’s ‘Zero-COVID’ Policies
By Connie Mei Pickart
Public support is waning amid the new phase of heavy-handed enforcement.
What Do Chinese People Really Think About Some of China’s Important Partners?
By Kristina Kironska, Yiju Chen, and Richard Q. Turcsanyi
A recent survey delves into Chinese perceptions of the U.S., Russia, Japan, Europe, Africa, and Singapore.
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.
Understanding the Extent (and Limits) of Chinese Public Support for Russia
By Brian Wong
The Chinese public is overwhelmingly on Russia's side amid the invasion of Ukraine, but there is little appetite for China to play an active role.
Chinese Views of the US and Russia After the Russian Invasion of Ukraine
By Richard Q. Turcsanyi
A new survey taken after the Russian invasion of Ukraine finds that the Chinese are very negative about the U.S., very positive about Russia – and very confident about China.
The Shanghai Lockdown’s Viral Trend: ‘African Warrior’ Videos
By Asen Velinov
A viral lockdown trend illustrates some of China’s attitudes to international relations and people-to-people diplomacy – including persistent stereotypes.
Why Do Many Chinese Sympathize With Russia in the Ukraine Conflict?
By Wang Wen
Many Chinese believe that Russia faces a real security threat from the United States – and that China will face a similar threat in the future.
Chinese People Think China Is Popular Overseas. Americans Disagree.
By Brian Wong
The widening perception gap between the Chinese and Western publics points to long-term divergence.