The Common Thread Between a Chinese Collaborator and the Chinese Communist Party
By Bonnie Girard
Sun Yat-sen, the father of China’s 1911 revolution, has inspired opposite impulses among those who claim his legacy.
When Japan Waged a Currency War Against China
By Robert Farley
The WW2-era effort by Imperial Japan to disrupt China’s financial system is worth remembering today.
Why Did Xi Jinping Visit Manchuria?
By Chi Wang
The region is both central to Chinese history and all-too-often overlooked by Chinese governments.
Japan, China, and the Strains of Historical Memory
By Joe Renouard
80 years after the Nanjing Massacre, historical issues continue to haunt China-Japan relations.