English Hustle: Behind the Precarious Online Tutoring Industry in China
English Hustle explores the complexities of this issue through personal stories of teachers and students involved in a global industry with insights from academic experts on Chinese history, politics, and foreign affairs. Join us for a private preview this March 22, co-hosted by The China Project and Pratt Institute.
Serica Supper Celebration
The Serica Initiative will host a festive convening of world-renowned businesspeople, investors, philanthropists, foundations, nonprofits, and others who are furthering the cause of AAPI inclusion and advancing positive social impact in U.S.-China relations.
Journalism and Free Speech: The China Stories
How should newsrooms support journalists facing political retaliation? What does journalistic accountability truly mean for U.S. and global newsrooms? On Friday, February 24, join us at Yale University in discussion with renowned journalists on the ethics of reporting in and on China and Hong Kong.
Sinica: Live in New York
In New York City on January 24, Kaiser Kuo and Jeremy Goldkorn will record an episode of the Sinica Podcast in front of a live audience with Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Ian Johnson.
US & China: Twin Economic Growth Engines
As policies continue to ease, can investors look forward to brighter days for the US and China markets? East West Bank’s Agnes Lew and Rayliant’s Dr. Jason Hsu discuss the risks and opportunities that lie ahead in 2023.
Meet us in Seattle Happy Hour
On Wednesday, December 21st, join The China Project and The Serica Initiative members in Seattle for casual drinks and conversation at Optimism Brewing Company.
The Red Paper: Predictions for 2023
As Xi consolidates power from the 20th National Party Congress and as China enters another year of Covid Zero amidst tensions such as Taiwan, the war in Ukraine, the trade war, the tech war, and an impending global recession, join our editorial team to discuss what’s in store for China in the Year of the Rabbit.
After the Biden-Xi handshake: Is US-China climate collaboration about to heat back up?
Join China Institute-Serica U.S.-China Next-Gen Leaders Circle online with a panel of top experts across sectors — from investors, policymakers, philanthropists, academics, and nonprofits — to discuss the road ahead for U.S.-China climate collaboration in the age of decoupling.
After the 20th Party Congress: What’s next for China and the world?
The dust has settled from the 20th Party Congress held in Beijing on October 16th. Has Xi secured his unprecedented third term as leader of the country? What will it mean for China’s stance on its domestic affairs, its zero-Covid strategy, and its dealings with Taiwan and the rest of the world? Join The China Project’s Kaiser Kuo, Jeremy Goldkorn, and Lizzi Lee to break down the results from the quinquennial meeting that will shape China’s future.
What does the CHIPS Act mean for U.S.-China semiconductor competition?
In August, Biden’s administration finally passed a semiconductor subsidy bill, but will it help competition with China? Please join Cambridge professor Chris Marquis as he discusses with Rory Murphy, Vice President of Government Affairs at the USCBC and Paul Triolo, Senior VP for China and Technology Policy Lead at Albright Stonebridge Group.
China in Afghanistan, a year after U.S. withdrawal: A live interview with Niva Yau
With the U.S. completely out of the picture, what is China doing in Afghanistan? How can the Chinese Communist Party work with the Taliban, an extremist Islamic organization? Ask your questions to Niva Yau in this live interview on September 28.
Art as an Asset Class: A conversation with Ed Tang and John Auerbach
Interested in expanding your portfolio? Join John Auerbach, CEO of UOVO, and Ed Tang, Partner at Art-Bureau, to learn more about art as an asset class. Moderated by Agnes Lew, Senior Vice President and Head of Private Banking at East West Bank. Hosted by The China Project (formerly SupChina).
Sinica: Late Night in London
Join us in person in London to mingle with like-minded professionals working in the UK-China Space. Chapel and Speakeasy at Aviation House 125 Kingsway, London WC2B 6NH Nearest Station – Holborn (Central & Piccadilly Line)
Is China winning the electric car race? A conversation with Volt Rush author Henry Sanderson
What is China’s role in leading the production of lithium batteries in the global transition to electric vehicles? What are the hidden costs to this energy transition? Jeremy Goldkorn poses these questions to Henry Sanderson, author of Volt Rush: The Winners and Losers in the Race to Go Green. Please register to join our live discussion on September 8.
Why China loves the Gray Rhino: A conversation with Michele Wucker
In 2017, the Communist Party’s house newspaper, the People’s Daily, warned that China faced a variety of systemic financial risks, including “gray rhinos.” China’s business community immediately took notice of the term, and it is now used in Chinese media without explanation. In this live webinar, we’ll talk to Michele Wucker, the woman who coined the term.
How Are Companies dealing with the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act?
Recently, the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (FLPA) went into effect. The FLPA places the onus on manufacturers and importers to ensure their supply chains are free of forced labor. But how can companies meet this requirement? How will it be enforced by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)? The provisions of the FLPA […]
How to Navigate Opposing Views: A Conversation with Andrew Sheng
Join SupChina’s Editor-in-Chief, Jeremy Goldkorn, as he speaks with Andrew Sheng, former central banker and leading expert in Asia on Chinese social, political and financial prospects from a South East Asian perspective.
Phemex Crypto Conversation: Crisis or Opportunity?
Join John Wu, President of Ava Labs, as he shares his 2022 predictions for cryptocurrency and blockchain and gives his analysis of smart contract layer 1 blockchains.
Utah’s Surprising Success in China
Is there something about Utah and China that we don’t know about? Join Christopher Marquis, Cambridge Professor at Judge Business School, as he hosts a live China Corner Office podcast discussion with two Beehive State residents who have made it big as entrepreneurs in China. Listen to their on-the-ground stories of cultural exchange and launching start-ups, as well as future prospects for such business in the post-Covid world, on June 22 at 12pm EST.
PRIDE Lives On: Determination & Resilience in Queer China
The political landscape is changing quickly in China, and so is local LGBTQ activism. How does the Chinese queer movement respond to the escalating restrictions on civil society? What topics do they most concern themselves with? And what are some of the issues they are now working on as they forge new paths forward despite […]
Sinologia: History and Memory in Contemporary China
SupChina’s Sinologia Conference is an online workshop that seeks to bridge the gap between journalism and academia by offering a forum for the newest generation of China-focused scholars in Political Science and Applied History. Presenters are given the opportunity to pitch their ideas to a diverse audience of practitioners.
The 2022 SupChina Women’s Conference
This year’s SupChina Women’s conference continues the tradition of celebrating top businesswomen working in or with China and hearing the latest trends coming out of their industries.
China’s conundrum in the Russo-Ukrainian War
Please join SupChina editor-in-chief Jeremy Goldkorn, Sinica Podcast host Kaiser Kuo, and special guest Lizzi Lee, host of Wall Street TV, for a brief update on China’s conundrum in the Russo-Ukrainian War.
The Future of China Due Diligence: Where do you get your information and data?
Join three career China watchers to understand the past, present, and future of China’s data and information landscape.
Connecting the U.S. and China through entrepreneurship
If you are interested in on-the-ground stories of entrepreneurship and cultural exchange and the future prospects for such business in a post-Covid world, join Christopher Marquis, Cambridge professor and host of the China Corner Office Podcast, for a live CEO Webinar discussion with Jeff Ji and Ken Wong
How the Russian invasion of Ukraine will change China
When the dust settles in Ukraine, where will China be in what promises to be a transformed international order? Join Jeremy Goldkorn, Kaiser Kuo, and special guest Lizzi Lee in a discussion of China’s Ukraine conundrum at 12 p.m. EDT on Wednesday, March 23.
How to use your China skills to land a job at chambers of commerce and business councils
On March 16, Join the Young China Watchers and SupChina as we talk to the people currently working in chambers of commerce and business councils and ask them what it is exactly that they do, and how a young China scholar can get a job at their organizations.
Can Hong Kong Continue as Asia’s World City?
When Americans think of Hong Kong at all, many say the SAR is now “gone” following Beijing’s crackdown on protestors and liberal politicians in the city. But is that the reality on the ground? In this webinar, Jeremy will discuss the issue with Hong Kong business magnate Allan Zeman, Hong Kong-based lawyer Tatman Savio, and former chairman of the American Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong, Robert Grieves.
How the sobering state of U.S.-China relations affects U.S. businesses
Join Christopher Marquis, Cambridge professor and host of the China Corner Office Podcast on March 9, 2022, for a live Webinar discussion with Craig Allen, President of the US-China Business Council as they discuss and answer your questions about the current state of US-China relations and how it will affect business.
ASCENSION: A virtual screening and discussion with award-winning Director Jessica Kingdon
Join SupChina for a virtual screening of the Oscar-nominated film ASCENSION. A beautiful story that examines the contemporary “Chinese Dream” through staggering observations of labor, consumerism, and wealth. In cinematically exploring the aspiration that drives today’s People’s Republic of China, the film plunges into universal paradoxes of economic progress
How Companies Can Deal with Consumer Boycotts in China, with Ken Jarrett
Many international brands – from the NBA, H&M, Walmart, Zara, Nike, and others – have recently faced boycotts in China for a variety of statements or actions that Chinese consumers have found offensive. Yet not all boycotts are necessarily the same. On February 3rd, join this live CCO podcast featuring former AmCham Shanghai President Kenneth Jarrett on how companies can navigate this unique modern challenge
Confetti: A virtual screening and discussion with award-winning Director Ann Hu
Join SupChina for a virtual film screening of Confetti. A powerful story about a Chinese family uprooting their lives to seek alternative education in America for a child with dyslexia. Then join the live discussion with Confetti Director Ann Hu to hear why she made the film and how she was inspired by her real-life experience.
How to use your China skills to develop a career in journalism
Join SupChina and YCW as they bring together a panel of China-focused journalists from some of the world’s top news outlets to discuss how to use your China skills to advance a career in journalism.
Beyond Shang-Chi: Superheroes, Masculinity, and Asian American Representation
Join the Serica Initiative and the 1990 Institute as we gather film industry and culture experts to demystify changing notions of gender, superheroes, and AAPI representation in entertainment — in Shang-Chi, Eternals, Squid Game, and beyond.
Meet the Millennial Entrepreneurs Driving U.S.-China Green Business
How are millennial entrepreneurs going green with electric scooters, leather made of cactus, and pork made from plants — and building booming companies as a result? Join Next-Gen entrepreneurs Veronica Chou, Euwyn Poon, and David Yeung to hear about their green inspiration and their hopes for sustainability in the U.S. and China.
The surprising rebound of U.S. exports to China in 2020
Join this live China Corner Office podcast and CEO webinar as host Christopher Marquis and his guests discuss how despite the pandemic, in 2020 U.S. goods exports to China rebounded after two years of tariff increases on both sides
NEXTChina 2021: Navigating Competitive Interdependence
From trade wars to global pandemics, Asia Pacific security to drones and social media phenomenon — China is at the heart of global life more than ever before.
Reading the Red New Deal: How Xi Jinping is remaking Chinese education
Rumors have been swirling about a major overhaul to China’s education system, with the aim of reducing polarization and income inequality in China, restoring dignity to labor, and preventing the hollowing-out of the Chinese middle class. This week, Jeremy and Kaiser chat with Chang Che, Shanghai-based business editor of SupChina, about the changes afoot.
The future of crypto in China
China’s crackdown on cryptocurrency mining has shut down more than 90% of the country’s bitcoin production capacity. What does this mean for China’s role in world’s cryptocurrency markets and how does its ever-increasing regulation impact the global market as a whole? Join SupChina and the Penn Wharton China Center’s panel of cryptocurrency experts as they break down China’s future role in the world of crypto.
Implications of the New U.S.-China Trade Policy for U.S. Business
US Trade Representative Katherine Tai recently announced the results of the Biden Administration’s strategic review of the US-China trade relationship. In short, the administration has concluded that “For too long, China’s lack of adherence to global trading norms has undercut the prosperity of Americans and others around the world.”
Reading the Red New Deal: Entertainment and Culture under Xi Jinping’s Nanny State
In this week’s session of Reading the Read New Deal, Jeremy and Kaiser chat with Jiayun Feng, Society and Culture editor at SupChina, about the wide-ranging crackdown underway against everything the Party deems fun, frivolous, or fruity. What’s behind this new assertion of heteronormativity?
Reading the Red New Deal: Part 1 – How does Evergrande fit in?
On October 7th join Kaiser, Jeremy, and Chang as they take a quick look at some of the recent updates happening with the Red New Deal and how the real estate giant Evergrande fits into the bigger picture.
Q&A with Kai-fu Lee, technologist, investor, and co-author of AI 2041
Join Jeremy Goldkorn as he talks with Kai-Fu Lee about his new book AI 2041: Ten Visions for Our Future. During the event, Lee will share more about what he thinks will be the large changes our world will experience as humanity develops and integrates AI into our everyday lives.
On China trade policy, states want more cooperation, less confrontation
Join Christopher Marquis, Cornell professor and host of the China Corner Office Podcast, for a live Webinar recording featuring guests with a wide range of expertise in Michigan economic development and the state’s trade relations with China
How to use your China skills to land a job at a think tank
This event is Part 4 of the Young China Watchers and SupChina summer event series looking at China-focused career paths and the best ways of pursuing them.
Far East Deep South
A documentary film screening and panel discussion on the history and evolution of Afro-Chinese relations in America.
Transforming your China skills to advance your career in the corporate world
This event is Part 3 of the Young China Watchers and SupChina event series looking at China-focused career paths and the best ways of pursuing them.
Beijing’s tech crackdown: Is it a good time to buy?
Join SupChina as we take a look at what is happening to China’s markets via Beijing’s recent crackdowns and discuss the potential losses or opportunities this point in history may provide.
U.S.-China business outlook for 2022 and beyond
At this event, join Craig Allen, President of the USCBC, a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization representing over 200 American companies and Christopher Marquis, Cornell professor and host of the China Corner Office Podcast for an in-depth discussion of the just-released US-China Business Council (USCBC) member survey.
Classical Chinese medicine and our modern world
At this event, world-renown, Classical Chinese Medicine expert Dr. Jeffrey C. Yuen will help us unpack the benefits and growth of his work in our modern world. Dr. Yuen is a New York-based educator, scholar and Daoist priest from two Daoist lineages
How to start a career in China
This webinar aims to give current students, recent graduates, and people early in their careers practical tips and inspiration on how to actually get to China after graduating and start a career there
Sourcing from China in an age of uncertainty
In this CEO Webinar, we will discuss the challenges of sourcing from China with Jay Foreman, president and CEO of Basic Fun! A major U.S. toy company that owns brands such as Care Bears, Fisher-Price Classic, K’NEX, Lincoln Logs, Lite-Brite, Tonka, and many more.
Middle Class Shanghai
At this event, China Corner Office podcast host Christopher Marquis will talk to Cheng Li about his new book – Middle Class Shanghai – and discuss why the U.S. needs to readjust its thinking when it comes to what kind of a place China truly is.
Is the China career dead?
At this event, speakers Zak Dychtwald and Huiyi Lin will debate whether China expertise alone is enough to give you a career, or is it just one part of the skill set you need for professional success.
The U.S. Congress and economic relations with China
This live China Corner Office podcast will examine existing legislation under discussion in the US Congress, who is supporting the different policies, and the potential economic consequences, both to China and the USA.
The SupChina 2021 Virtual Women’s Conference
The SupChina Women’s Conference brings together thought leaders and visionaries for an open dialogue about the continuing empowerment of women in Chinese industry, technology, culture and politics — and how they will continue to transform China’s impact in a post-COVID world.
The uncertain future of U.S.-China trade: A view from the States
This live China Corner Office podcast will take a deep dive into the U.S. Heartland and specifically focus on Indiana, and an important Indiana-based company in a highly strategic industry, Rare Earth Materials.
Are we powerful enough? Empowering Asian voices in America
Join Serica and SupChina in conversation on how Asians in America may develop more powerful voices — in business, politics, and culture — and on the relationship between China’s growing power and the recent surge in anti-AAPI violence.
Exploring the future of Chinese language education in America (Mandarin)
北大大纽约地区校友会联合SupChina举办”共话美国华文教育的未来”线上交流沙龙 | Join SupChina and the PKUAAGNY in exploring the new developments and challenges in American Mandarin education in a post-COVID world.
“Is This Patriot Enough?” A Conversation on Asian Identity and Anti-AAPI Hate with George Takei & Lee Wong
Join pioneering actor and social justice activist George Takei, and Army veteran and elected official Lee Wong for a conversation on Asian identity and anti-AAPI hate.
Exploring Esports: What is China’s role?
Learn about the basics of esports and the unique opportunities the industry presents for investors, creators, and competitors alike, while also exploring the critical role China plays in the future of esports.
The economic costs of decoupling from China
Join Christopher Marquis, Cornell professor and host of the China Corner Office Podcast, for a live Webinar recording featuring guests Craig Allen, President of the US-China Business Council (USCBC) and Alex Mackle of Oxford Economics.
New digital media: The frontline of the U.S.-China tech war
Former MD of CIC Winston Ma discusses his book “The Digital War: How China’s Tech Power Shapes the Future of AI, Blockchain and Cyberspace” as well as what lies ahead as China’s flexes new digital muscles to create new forms of value and challenge established tech giants across the world.
The China Initiative: The targeting of Chinese scientists and the subsequent brain drain
A video screening and panel discussion about the consequences of the U.S. government’s China Initiative and its future under the Biden administration.
The past, present, and future of green finance in China
Interested in China’s environmental future? How environmental, social, and governance (ESG) factors influence investment in China? If so, then join Christopher Marquis, Cornell professor and host of the China Corner Office Podcast, for a live Webinar recording featuring guests Wayne Silby and Peiyuan Guo.
Wuxia going global: One studio’s quest to reboot the Chinese genre for a new generation
A read-through of The Adept comic followed by a panel discussion with Immortal Studios and a conversation with Jonathan Woetzel and Peter Shiao
The future of commercial relations under Biden
Join Christopher Marquis, Cornell professor and host of the China Corner Office Podcast, for a live Webinar recording featuring guests Craig Allen, President of the US-China Business Council and Robert Daly, director of the Kissinger Institute on China and the United States at the Woodrow Wilson Center.
The Serica Annual Gala
Celebrate with us as Serica continues to explore the themes of social impact and to strengthen the community of those who want to DO WELL X DO GOOD in the U.S.-China space.
A look at the Hurun Report China Rich List 2020
At this event, we will hear from the chief researcher of the Hurun Report China Rich List and discover what their findings mean for the future of China and the world.
Asia focused PE leader Weijian Shan on his new book, Money Games and market outlook
Join SupChina for a CEO webinar featuring the Chairman and CEO of PAG Private Equity Weijian Shan.
Learn how to make Chongqing noodles with 50Hertz Sichuan Pepper founder Yao Zhao
Learn how to make this classic Chinese dish with an up-and-coming startup entrepreneur in the Chinese condiment food space, Yao Zhao.
Chinese in America: From Finance, Filmmaking to Philanthropy
Peng Zhao and Jenny Shi discuss their personal experiences as Chinese students in America; how they came to make Finding Yingying; the importance of telling and humanizing stories like Yingying’s in the current geopolitical moment; and the many contributions that Chinese populations continue to make to this American life.
Finding Yingying: Film Screening & Fireside Chat
What is the experience of being Chinese in America today – especially for young students – in the current geopolitical moment? How can the arts chronicle and humanize these experiences, and mentorship offer solace?
A SupChina CEO Webinar: Digital Transformation in a Post-COVID Era
During this SupChina CEO Webinar, CEO of Mitsubishi International Jason Stevens and Vice-Chairman of the Americas for Standard Chartered Bank, Jeremy Amias will discuss global digital transformation and how to run your business in a new post-COVID and post-election era. About the Sponsor Standard Chartered is a leading international banking group, with a presence in 60 […]
Private Wealth Management: China-U.S. cross-border considerations
Please join Pillsbury, along with guest speakers from Citi Private Bank and BNY Mellon International Wealth Management, as we have a conversation about our perspectives, insights, and real case studies about the most noticeable challenges faced by multijurisdictional and multigenerational wealthy families. About the Sponsor Pillsbury Law’s China team combines local knowledge, global perspective and […]
VC and Impact Investing in China: Investing in a Time of Uncertainty
U.S.-China relations are more challenging than they have been in decades, affecting everything from trade relations, policy to technology. Where are venture capitalists investing their money in this time of geopolitical uncertainty? How are VCs navigating unprecedented U.S.-China tensions? And is there still room for investors to do well and do good, as the political […]
U.S.-China Trade Tension and Technology Distrust
This event is the very first China Corner Office Live Podcast! It will feature the guest speaker and Greater China Chairman for APCO Worldwide, James McGregor, as well as the host of the China Corner Office Podcast Christopher Marquis. On September 30th, they will sit down and discuss how businesses can move forward while facing […]
Poverty Eradication in China by 2020: A reality check
In 2015 China set the goal of eradicating poverty by 2020. So, has it happened?
Halfway there: A 2020 update with Kaiser and Jeremy
Join Kaiser and Jeremy for a Zoom call-in show to recap how much China and its relationship with the world have changed in 2020
Himalayan Games: How far will India and China take their border dispute?
Professor of International Affairs at George Washington University Deepa Ollapally discusses the recent developments in India – China relations.
Learn how to make Jianbings with Mr Bing
Join SupChina and Mr Bing for an online cooking lesson on the classic Beijing street food called Jianbing! Buy your ingredients in advance and cook along at home as Brian Goldberg answers all of your most important Jianbing questions.
Particle Physics and Quarantine: A Conversation with Yangyang Cheng on China, the U.S., and COVID-19
Particle physicist and prolific essayist Yangyang Cheng chats with SupChina’s editor-in-chief Jeremy Goldkorn and Sinica Podcast host Kaiser Kuo about her experience of the pandemic as a Chinese intellectual in the U.S.: The slow American response, the blame game, the perils of scientific illiteracy, and the expression of grief and mourning.
A Sinica 10th Anniversary Online Celebration
In commemoration of the 10th anniversary of the Sinica Podcast, Kaiser Kuo and Jeremy Goldkorn invite you to join them for an online chat.
Tech and Business in China: A Fireside Chat With Cornell Professor Christopher Marquis
Join us as Professor Marquis shares with us what it is like to teach about doing business in China during these uncertain times in Sino-Global relations.
The DoJ’s China Initiative, Sinophobia in The U.S., and The Global COVID-19 Crisis.
Join us online as Catherine Pan-Giordano of Dorsey & Whitney LLP talks about how the current COVID- 19 crisis is encouraging a wave of Sinophobia in the U.S.
A SupChina online roundtable
We’re having a SupChina online roundtable discussion about the world today, featuring Jeremy Goldkorn, Kaiser Kuo, and our COO Bob Guterma in the hot seats.
Breaking Down The Cultural Barriers Of Salary Negotiations – Women’s Networking Event
At this SupChina Women’s Networking event in partnership with Chinese Storytellers, we will be addressing some of the misconceptions, standard practices, and strategies that surround the art of salary negotiations and how to effectively add this valuable skill to your career toolbox.
Pangolins and Pandemics: Will China’s Wildlife Trade Ban Work?
Join us for this SupChina online event where Dr. Peter Li, an associate professor at the University of Houston-Downtown whose research focuses on animal rights, and contemporary China, will discuss the wildlife trade and the future implications of its recent ban.
The Spirit of Sichuan – A Baijiu Tasting Event
Join us for a night of learning about Baijiu as MingRiver presents a lesson on the history, production, and culture behind China’s favorite adult beverage. This event will also include a tasting of four different types of Baijiu and some classic Chinese snacks.
Bribery Risk Management in China
Henry Chen, a senior partner of Dentons Shanghai Office and the former Asia Pacific Compliance Director of Ford, will present on the topic “Bribery Risk Management in China.”
Chinese Investment Projects in Emerging Markets: Examining Trends in Latin America
The panel will also discuss potential opportunities for investors in the U.S., and how to navigate risks and other strategic considerations.
(Sold Out)The Greater Bay Area – China’s plan to build the world’s first mega city.
With 11 cities, anchored by Guangdong, Hong Kong, Shenzhen and Macau, the Greater Bay Area is the urban future of Southern China. With a combined population of 70 million people and occupying just 1% of China’s landmass, it powers 12% of China’s total GDP. It aims to stitch nine mainland cities and two special administrative regions into a new high technology and innovation hub.
Michael Yamashita East Meets West, The Epic Journeys of Marco Polo and Zheng He
Join Michael Yamashita as he shares his photography that spans from Europe to China along the same path as some of history’s most epic explorers.
Sinica Live Podcast: The Future of Rule of Law in Hong Kong and the PRC (SOLD OUT)
Join Kaiser Kuo and Jeremy Goldkorn on October 16 in New York as they chat with Jerome A. Cohen at New York University in a special live taping of the Sinica Podcast about the Hong Kong Protest.
2019 Columbia China And The World Forum
Initiated in 2017, The Columbia China and the World Forum (previous U.S. – China Relations Conference) aims to establish a platform for apolitical, comprehensive and constructive conversations between China, the U.S., and the world among official and non-official actors. We invite distinguished speakers from different sectors in the fields of international affairs to openly discuss, […]
August 5th She Loves Tech: 2019 Global Startup Competition Series
SheLovesTech, partnered with SupChina, houses the world’s largest pitch competition for early stage female-led/female-impact tech startups. Thousands of eligible startups from around the world have applied to this year’s competition at our 20+ local rounds internationally.
SupChina X Sinica Live Podcast: The World According To Jeremy Goldkorn
For over nine years, Jeremy Goldkorn and Kaiser Kuo have hosted the Sinica Podcast, the most popular English-language podcast about all things China.
July 17, SupChina X Sinica Live Podcast: The World According To Jeremy Goldkorn
For over nine years, Jeremy Goldkorn and Kaiser Kuo have hosted the Sinica Podcast, the most popular English-language podcast about all things China. Over the years they have interviewed countless journalists, writers, academics, policy makers, business people and anyone with something compelling to say about the country that’s reshaping the world. But rarely have we […]
Sinica Live On April 3 With Howard French On How China’s Past Shapes Its Present Ambitions
Join Kaiser Kuo and Jeremy Goldkorn on April 3 in New York as they chat with Howard W. French of Columbia University in a special live taping of the Sinica Podcast.
Dashan, Stephon Marbury Among Participants Of 12th Bookworm Literary Festival In Beijing
We are renewing our support for the international Bookworm Literary Festival, which begins this Saturday in Beijing, and doing so in a big way.
Announcing: SupChina DIRECT, A Conference-Call Dialogue Series
We are proud to announce the launch of our conference-call dialogue series, SupChina DIRECT. Through SupChina Direct you will gain firsthand insight on China from corporate leaders and academic experts to help you better understand a nation that is reshaping the world.
Women’s Network Series: March 12, Blockchain Technology And Its Development
Catherine Li, co-founder and Chief Operating Officer of ChainDD, will talk about how blockchain is developing in both China and the U.S., and how it is changing our markets.
Must-See China-Focused Panels At SXSW 2019
Going to South by Southwest (SXSW) and interested in China? Check out these events to understand how the country reshaping the world is also changing technology.
Sinica Live On March 6 With Samm Sacks On The U.S.-China Tech Relationship
Join Kaiser Kuo and Jeremy Goldkorn as they chat with Samm Sacks of New America in a special live taping of the Sinica Podcast.
SupChina Women’s Network: Why Women-Led Companies Achieve Higher Results
As part of the SupChina Women’s Network Monthly Series, Jolyne Caruso will speak with us about her experiences as founder and CEO of The Alberleen Group and explain why women-majority boards and companies often have better results than companies without as many women in leadership positions.
China’s Food Revolution: ‘Lucky Chow’ Season 3 Premiere
The new Chinese food scene that is focused on storytelling, experimentation, and the use of organic ingredients to elevate the cuisine to new heights.
HACKING IN CHINA: A Live Sinica Podcast Recording
A FREE live Sinica Podcast recording is coming to New York
Interesting Times For A China Town Hall, With Condoleezza Rice
In an interactive webcast, Dr. Condoleezza Rice, former secretary of state and national security adviser, will answer questions about current key issues in the bilateral relationship and her experiences with China throughout her career.
The SupChina Team Will Be Drinking This Wednesday And You Should Join Us
Hey! We’re basically all* in New York this week, so we thought, Happy hour? Happy hour. If you’re around tomorrow — that’s Wednesday, May 16, New York time — please swing by Randolph Beer‘s DUMBO location (82 Prospect Street, Brooklyn) and say hi. Here’s a map to help you find us. Let’s say 6:30 p.m. Come talk about Chinese music or film or working with us or […]
The International Bookworm Literary Festival Returns To Beijing
After a one-year hiatus, the Bookworm Literary Festival (BLF) is returning to Beijing for its 11th edition, from March 8 to 25, and we couldn’t be happier. All the popular events are back, including the Committing Journalism panel discussion, slam poetry, a Women’s Day panel, several talks on North Korea, and much more.
Sinica Podcast Live in New York: Courts & Torts: Driving the Chinese Legal System – SupChina
The event features Geoffrey Sant, a partner specializing in Chinese law at the firm of Dorsey & Whitney, and Benjamin Liebman, the Robert L. Lieff Professor of Law and Director, Center for Chinese Legal Studies at Columbia Law School.
The NEXT CHINA Conference
There will be five forums on Technology, Economy, Healthcare, Politics, and Philanthropy, followed by a live Sinica Podcast recording on “Cracking the China Conundrum.”