In this candid interview, Jeremy Goldkorn, Danwei founder and co-host of the ever-popular Sinica podcast, discusses his 20 years in China including his early experiences with Danwei and the many ways the country has changed since the day he arrived in 1995.
Peter Hessler is a best-selling author and freelance journalist with extensive experience in China. In this interview, he opens up about his thoughts on the current quality of journalism on China and China’s role in the Middle East. He further shares his advice to journalists covering China at the moment.
How has the Chinese philanthropic and non-profit sector changed in the last ten years? What does the future hold? Jasmine Lau, co-founder of Philanthropy in Motion (PIM) and a choice for Forbes 30 Under 30 Social Entrepreneurs in Asia 2016, shares her insights into the Chinese non-profit sector.
Alec Ash, author and founder of “the Anthill,” sees something new and distinct in Chinese millennials: “The only generalization you can make about a group this large is how complex and diverse they are—and that itself is something new, as their parents didn’t really have the opportunity to be different or explore a proper youth culture.” Read on for more about how he attempts to understand China through a different lens: stories, individuals, and literature.