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ZGBriefs | January 26, 2017

China cracks down on VPNs, making it harder to circumvent Great Firewall (Marcy 23, 2017, The Guardian)
The nation’s ministry of industry and information technology announced a 14 -month “cleanup” of internet access services, including making it illegal to operate a local VPN service without government approval. VPN services use encryption to disguise internet traffic […]

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ZGBriefs | September 13, 2018

[…] Over 110 million freelance writers, cab drivers, petsitters, livestreamers, house cleaners, couriers, and others have become part of China’s gig economy, accounting for about 15 percent of the entire labor force —compared to about 10 percent in the United States. Daniel Zhang: The New Face of Alibaba (December 11, 2018, Sixth Tone) Duncan Clark, author of “Alibaba: The House That Jack Ma […]

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ZGBriefs | March 7, 2019

Prepare to Drool: Chinese Food Documentary “Flavorful Origins” Hits Netflix (February 28, 2019, Radii China) The 20-episode culinary documentary series highlights the regional cuisine of Chaoshan in southeastern Guangdong, China.

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ZGBriefs | June 13, 2019

China’s population to peak in 2023, five years earlier than official estimates, new research shows (May 2, 2019, South China Morning Post) Did Beijing’s policymakers wait too long to lift the controversial one-child policy for its rapidly greying society? A new report suggests they did. 

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Those Were the Good Old Days, Right?

No matter if it’s streaming sports, TV shows, or family updates —it’s hard to do ministry if you’re still tied to your old life. Rachel Kleppen, “Netflix Is Making It Harder to Be a Missionary.” As I read an article this past week, memories of our early years in Hong Kong flooded my mind. After surviving a […]

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China and AfricaA Reading Roundup

More on Sino-African relations . . .

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Common Sense, Nonsense, and CantoSense

A ChinaSource Conversation

One of the many challenges in living cross -culturally is discovering that the notion of what constitutes common sense varies from culture to culture. What is common sense in one culture may not be common sense in the host culture. In fact, what is common sense in one culture may, in fact, be nonsense […]

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WeChat and Chinese Christians, Part 2

The Challenges

[…] monitoring officials. At least, not yet. But the world is changing right before our eyes. Chinese believers have chosen, for better or worse, to use this media —that’s the observation. Should this media platform be used by Christians? Should believers share spiritual things so openly through it? Should they stay up late into the […]

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ZGBriefs | February 17, 2022

Keeping the Flies Out (February 3, 202, China File) COVID -19 in some ways has come as a boon to Chinese leaders who tend towards xenophobia: It provides an excuse to keep foreigners out and, to a large extent, to keep Chinese in. And so China has come full circle, from the bewildered sleeper […]

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ZGBriefs | September 29, 2022

[…] became more positive (September 28, 2022, Pew Research) When looking at individual Americans, roughly a quarter of U.S. adults (26%) became more negative toward China between 2020 and 2022. Around one -in-five (17%) became more positive toward it, while 53% did not change their views in one direction or the other, according to the analysis.