China’s coronavirus statistics are obviously inaccurate, but just how inaccurate are they? Read more at the Observer Research Foundation.Read More »
Articles by Weifeng Zhong
What do cancel culture and Chinese censorship have in common? Read more at InsideSources.Read More »
Weifeng Zhong explains how an app Gen Z uses to share goofy videos became a major threat to national security. Listen on Soundcloud.Read More »
Trump talks tough on TikTok, and Weifeng Zhong joins John Batchelor to help make sense of it all. Listen on Soundcloud.Read More »
China’s new national security law could prompt American professors to self-censor. A national "warning label" could help prevent that. Read more at ArcaMax.Read More »
Weifeng Zhong writes about the changes in China’s rhetoric and what they mean for US-China relations. Read more at the Daily Republic.Read More »
This machine-learning algorithm can navigate policy predictions following the worldwide chaos created by the deadly coronavirus. Continue reading at The National Interest.Read More »
Weifeng Zhong and Julian TszKin Chan discuss using machine learning to predict policy in China.
Read the full paper at Yale Journal of International Affairs.
The past couple of weeks have seen a dramatic downturn in the U.S.-China trade negotiations wiping out over $1 trillion of the global stock markets.
Read more at National Interest.