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ZGBriefs | May 24, 2018

Baozi vs. Jiaozi (May 20, 2018, Transparent Language) Both are cheap, delicious little bundles of joy, so you really can’t go wrong either way.

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Top 10 Posts of 2018

Of the more than 150 blog posts we published in 2018, here are the ones most read.

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ZGBriefs | November 29, 2018

How ‘Survivors’ Are Navigating the New Environment (November 27, 2018, The China NGO Project)
A discussion on the state of play nearly two years after the Foreign NGO Law went into effect.

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ZGBriefs | February 1, 2018

China’s Rise and the Church’s Call (January 30, 2018, The Gospel Coalition)
We need to welcome a newfound interdependence with the global church—including brothers and sisters in China.

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ZGBriefs | December 27, 2018

Beijing Expats Decry “Click-bait-y” Reports About a Christmas Crackdown (December 26, 2018, The Beijinger)
Are the reports of anti-Christmas measures greatly exaggerated? 

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ZGBriefs | December 20, 2018

China's staggering 40 years of change in pictures (December 18, 2018, BBC) Forty years ago, China introduced major economic reforms - lifting hundreds of millions of people out of poverty and leading to it becoming the second-largest economy in the world. 

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ZGBriefs | December 13, 2018

Chinese Police Detain Prominent Pastor and Over 100 Protestants (December 10, 2018, The New York Times)
The Chinese police have detained one of the country’s most prominent Protestant pastors.

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ZGBriefs | December 6, 2018

Weibo’s Online Slang: 10 Chinese ‘Tribes’ & ‘Clans’ to Know (December 1, 2018, What’s on Weibo)
A major part of this online slang culture is the categorization of people into ‘tribes’ or ‘clans’ (族); classifying those (urban) young Chinese people who share certain traits. 

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ZGBriefs | November 15, 2018

Forty Years on, Is China Still Reforming? (November 9, 2018, China File)
What does this common but vague expression actually mean to Xi? And is Beijing actually reforming and opening up, or stagnating and closing down?

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ZGBriefs | November 8, 2018

China's middle class: We're being picked like leeks by the government  (November 4, 2018, CNN) Wang is one of millions of Chinese middle-class men and women who grew up in a roaring economy… but the past year has been especially tough.