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ChinaEconTalk
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ChinaEconTalk

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A weekly conversation exploring China's economy and tech scene. Guests include a wide range of policy analysts, business professionals, journalists, and academics. A SupChina production, hosted by Jordan Schneider.

Latest Episodes

Reinterpreting Beijing and its history

Jeremiah Jenne, history teacher, writer, and the man behind Beijing by Foot, is in the guest seat this week. He speaks with Jordan about the changes — both tangible and intangible — that Beijing has undergone in the last few decades. They chat about how Chinese history is reinterpreted through the lenses of different regimes, the ways in which this new history is presented to the world, and Beijing’s modernizing cityscape and the varied reactions it is met with. 10:57: Out with the old, in with the new 15:17: What to make of the Qing dynasty, with help from the CCP 27:40: An age of censorship 29:37: History is different in Beijing and Taipei Use promo code ChinaEconTalk for 20% off athttps://www.outlier-linguistics.com/

48 MIN1 d ago
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Reinterpreting Beijing and its history

Chasing the dragon: Fentanyl, China, and the opioid crisis

Discussion on the ties between China, fentanyl, and the opioid crisis.

39 MIN3 w ago
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Chasing the dragon: Fentanyl, China, and the opioid crisis

Hashing out China tech with Lulu Chen

Discussion about the Chinese technology sector.

39 MINOCT 17
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Hashing out China tech with Lulu Chen

An Alternative Vision of U.S.-China Relations with Jake Sullivan

Jake Sullivan served in the Obama administration as National Security Advisor to Vice President Joe Biden and Director of Policy Planning at the U.S. State Department. He currently teaches at Yale Law School.

49 MINOCT 10
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An Alternative Vision of U.S.-China Relations with Jake Sullivan

U.S. Foreign Policy in Asia

Mira Rapp-Hooper, senior fellow at the Council of Foreign Relations, provides an overview of the history of U.S. foreign policy from Washington’s farewell address to the modern day.

51 MINOCT 3
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U.S. Foreign Policy in Asia

ChinaEconTalk, Live from Washington, D.C.

50 MINSEP 26
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ChinaEconTalk, Live from Washington, D.C.

Tarriffs, taxes, and trade: Doug Irwin on ChinaEconTalk

Douglas Irwin is the John French Professor of Economics at Dartmouth College and the author of Clashing Over Commerce: A History of US Trade Policy.

66 MINSEP 12
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Tarriffs, taxes, and trade: Doug Irwin on ChinaEconTalk

How China Can Take Over Tech

Douglas Fuller is an associate professor in the Department of Asian and International Studies at the City University of Hong Kong and the author of Paper Tiger, Hidden Dragons: Firms and the Political Economy of China’s Technological Development.

53 MINSEP 5
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How China Can Take Over Tech

Tech triangles and AI ethics: Danit Gal on Chinese AI

Danit Gal is a former Yenching Scholar and coauthor of a recent paper, “Perspectives and Approaches to AI Ethics: East Asia.”

49 MINAUG 29
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Tech triangles and AI ethics: Danit Gal on Chinese AI

The View from Chengdu: Freelance Reporting Outside First-Tier Cities

On this episode of ChinaEconTalk, Jordan interviews Lauren Teixeira, a freelance reporter based in Chengdu, Sichuan Province. After what has been a jam-packed few months of China news, Lauren discusses a wide range of topics, from engaging with mainlanders about the anti-Extradition Bill protests in Hong Kong to the downsides of Chinese superblock urban planning. Lauren finishes the interview with a wide-ranging introduction to contemporary pop culture artists in China whose innovation and creativity are helping people to stay inspired at a challenging time. What to listen for on this week’s ChinaEconTalk: 6:59: Lauren recalls Ian Johnson’s comments to her during their conversation on engaging in political discussions in China: “He said to me, ‘There’s a ceiling for your rhetoric because at some point you can’t tell someone to “look it up” because they can’t look it up.’ Epistemologically you’re not on even ground. And so, if you want to really get into a real discussion ...

42 MINAUG 22
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The View from Chengdu: Freelance Reporting Outside First-Tier Cities

Latest Episodes

Reinterpreting Beijing and its history

Jeremiah Jenne, history teacher, writer, and the man behind Beijing by Foot, is in the guest seat this week. He speaks with Jordan about the changes — both tangible and intangible — that Beijing has undergone in the last few decades. They chat about how Chinese history is reinterpreted through the lenses of different regimes, the ways in which this new history is presented to the world, and Beijing’s modernizing cityscape and the varied reactions it is met with. 10:57: Out with the old, in with the new 15:17: What to make of the Qing dynasty, with help from the CCP 27:40: An age of censorship 29:37: History is different in Beijing and Taipei Use promo code ChinaEconTalk for 20% off athttps://www.outlier-linguistics.com/

48 MIN1 d ago
Comments
Reinterpreting Beijing and its history

Chasing the dragon: Fentanyl, China, and the opioid crisis

Discussion on the ties between China, fentanyl, and the opioid crisis.

39 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Chasing the dragon: Fentanyl, China, and the opioid crisis

Hashing out China tech with Lulu Chen

Discussion about the Chinese technology sector.

39 MINOCT 17
Comments
Hashing out China tech with Lulu Chen

An Alternative Vision of U.S.-China Relations with Jake Sullivan

Jake Sullivan served in the Obama administration as National Security Advisor to Vice President Joe Biden and Director of Policy Planning at the U.S. State Department. He currently teaches at Yale Law School.

49 MINOCT 10
Comments
An Alternative Vision of U.S.-China Relations with Jake Sullivan

U.S. Foreign Policy in Asia

Mira Rapp-Hooper, senior fellow at the Council of Foreign Relations, provides an overview of the history of U.S. foreign policy from Washington’s farewell address to the modern day.

51 MINOCT 3
Comments
U.S. Foreign Policy in Asia

ChinaEconTalk, Live from Washington, D.C.

50 MINSEP 26
Comments
ChinaEconTalk, Live from Washington, D.C.

Tarriffs, taxes, and trade: Doug Irwin on ChinaEconTalk

Douglas Irwin is the John French Professor of Economics at Dartmouth College and the author of Clashing Over Commerce: A History of US Trade Policy.

66 MINSEP 12
Comments
Tarriffs, taxes, and trade: Doug Irwin on ChinaEconTalk

How China Can Take Over Tech

Douglas Fuller is an associate professor in the Department of Asian and International Studies at the City University of Hong Kong and the author of Paper Tiger, Hidden Dragons: Firms and the Political Economy of China’s Technological Development.

53 MINSEP 5
Comments
How China Can Take Over Tech

Tech triangles and AI ethics: Danit Gal on Chinese AI

Danit Gal is a former Yenching Scholar and coauthor of a recent paper, “Perspectives and Approaches to AI Ethics: East Asia.”

49 MINAUG 29
Comments
Tech triangles and AI ethics: Danit Gal on Chinese AI

The View from Chengdu: Freelance Reporting Outside First-Tier Cities

On this episode of ChinaEconTalk, Jordan interviews Lauren Teixeira, a freelance reporter based in Chengdu, Sichuan Province. After what has been a jam-packed few months of China news, Lauren discusses a wide range of topics, from engaging with mainlanders about the anti-Extradition Bill protests in Hong Kong to the downsides of Chinese superblock urban planning. Lauren finishes the interview with a wide-ranging introduction to contemporary pop culture artists in China whose innovation and creativity are helping people to stay inspired at a challenging time. What to listen for on this week’s ChinaEconTalk: 6:59: Lauren recalls Ian Johnson’s comments to her during their conversation on engaging in political discussions in China: “He said to me, ‘There’s a ceiling for your rhetoric because at some point you can’t tell someone to “look it up” because they can’t look it up.’ Epistemologically you’re not on even ground. And so, if you want to really get into a real discussion ...

42 MINAUG 22
Comments
The View from Chengdu: Freelance Reporting Outside First-Tier Cities
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