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Following his in-depth profile of Chinese leader Xi Jinping last week, The New Yorker’s Evan Osnos writes on the possible effects of Xi’s
This month saw the second anniversary of Xi Jinping’s accession to China’s presidency, completing the transfer of leadership over
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Former New Yorker China correspondents Evan Osnos and Peter Hessler have written about their experiences publishing Chinese versions of their
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