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Hate is a Virus

April 1, 2021

Hate crimes against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) in the U.S. have been on the rise since 2015, but shot up 150% with the covid-19 pandemic and the "blame China" rhetoric of the 2020 campaign.

Chinese Tourists and Japan

March 25, 2021

Japan's ban on foreign spectators will disrupt the the country's booming tourism industry for Chinese visitors.

Women in Government

March 18, 2021

For Women's History Month, our new graphics illustrate women in positions of leadership in the U.S. and China.

Anti-Asian Hate Crimes

March 11, 2021

While the recent wave of violence against Asians and Pacific Islanders has made headlines, hate crimes have actually been on the rise since 2015.

Semiconductor Dependency

March 4, 2021

Semiconductors are found everywhere in the modern world. Companies and countries are racing to position themselves in this vital market.

Tracking COVID-19 Vaccines

February 18, 2021

With every country vying for vaccines, the deals may have more to do with international diplomacy than health policy.

College Enrollment Trends in the U.S. and China

February 4, 2021

Chinese universities are operating fairly normally while covid-19 continues to complicate the operation of U.S. schools. In our newsletter this week, we look at enrollment trends in the two countries.

Life Expectancy in the U.S. and China

January 28, 2021

Better nutrition, decreased smoking, safer working conditions, hygiene and healthcare have helped lengthen lives globally—but these gains are not distributed evenly.

Common Values and Interests

January 21, 2021

While President Biden has promised large changes in American policy, the strong and multithreaded U.S. relationship with Taiwan is unlikely to be among them.

Biden's China Team

January 14, 2021

How will the Biden administration work with, or against, China? We look at the views of his Cabinet nominees to get an idea.

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