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Chang Che

Chang Che is a non-fiction writer covering Chinese politics and society. His writing has appeared in The New Yorker, The Washington Post, The Atlantic, Foreign Affairs, The LA Review of Books, The Point, Nikkei Asia, and others. He is also an editor at SupChina.


New Kid on the Block

Thanks to He Yifan, China is pioneering its own state-backed version of Web3, internet infrastructure that runs on blockchain. But now that He's network is ready to go international, many are wondering how the West will react to a Chinese-made internet.

China’s Innovation Renovation

Zhongguancun, a neighborhood in Beijing, has long been called 'China's Silicon Valley.' But after achieving remarkable success, Zhongguancun is now undergoing something of a makeover as China attempts to control what type of innovation happens there. Can Beijing reinvent Zhongguancun while still replicating its past...