One Chinese Netizen’s Perspective on the Ukraine War
By Mu Chunshan
From the outside, it may seem that most Chinese support Russia, but one eloquent post may speak for China’s “silent majority.”
How China’s Government Outsources Repression
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Lynette H. Ong.
What America Can Learn From Chinese Society’s Media Skepticism
By Jasmine Chia
Many Americans have almost blind faith in their preferred media sources. Most Chinese have learned not to believe everything they read.
Why China’s Propaganda Efforts So Often Backfire
By Jo Kim
An obsession with finding enemies and uniting the front makes it difficult to “tell China’s story well.”
China Needs a New Ethos
By Amitai Etzioni
Consumerism has its limits.
Has the ‘Free Tibet‘ Movement Fizzled Due to China’s Rise?
By Robert Farley
Tibetan separatists may see a new wave of enthusiasm amid great power competition.
China’s Quest for a Moral Compass
By Leland M. Lazarus
The Chinese government is trying to improve the behavior of its citizens.
Racism With Chinese Characteristics: The Laundry Detergent Ad and Han Privilege
By David Volodzko
Is Chinese society uniquely racist or are the issues it faces more universal?
Rich Man, Poor Health: Class and Health in Modern China
By Jamie Martines
As China develops, shifting dietary habits of its citizens have led to new public health challenges.
Sorry, There's No 'Cult of Personality' in China
By Dingding Chen
Instead, we should be aware of anti-reforms forces as reforms enter ‘deep water’ areas.
A Deep Divide Emerges in China: How Do Intellectuals Relate to the State?
By Dingding Chen
China's intelligentsia continue to grapple with just how they relate to the state.
Interview: Daniel Bell
By Emanuel Pastreich
Chinese meritocracy and the limits of democracy