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.
Bill Hayton on the Invention of the Chinese Nation
By Sebastian Strangio
"Particular memories of the past have been cultivated and popularized in China to justify the claims and actions of the current leadership."
The Xi-Ma Meeting: Why Singapore?
By Jeffrey Wasserstrom
Why Singapore was the perfect fit for the meeting between China and Taiwan's top leaders.
Remembering Taiwan's White Terror
By Julie Wu
One man recounts his journey through a dark chapter in Taiwan’s history.
How Imperial Japan Shaped Modern China
A new book explores how Japan’s brutal occupation is still shaping Sino-Japanese relations.