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Interview: The New Yorker's Adrian Chen on Diversity, Longform Writing, and His Fascination With Trolling

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ArtsCurrent Affairs

"If you come to journalism kind of with any kind of outsider perspective, you'd begin to see to see how much people rely on the same sources and cover the same stories."

New Yorker Writers Reflect on 'Extreme' Reporting About China

Peter Hessler and Jiayang Fan discuss reporting on China at Asia Society in New York on December 17. (Elena Olivia/Asia Society)
Current Affairs

Peter Hessler, Evan Osnos, Jiayang Fan, and Zha Jianying discuss challenges foreign reporters still face in giving balanced coverage of China. 

New Yorker Calls Philippine Gold 'Fantastic'

Work No. 2015.02.02.81 Earrings with 12 floriated spangles (kayong kayong)  Attributed to Bohol Gold  4 7/8 in. (12.45 cm) length; 4 15/16 in. (12.6 cm) length  11.8 grams; 11.9 grams Ayala Museum Collection 71.4042ab
Arts

The magazine praises Asia Society's new exhibition, on display in New York through January 3.

Evan Osnos on the Current State of the US-China Relationship

US Secretary of State John F. Kerry (C) makes a toast with Liu Yandong (L), Chinese Vice Premier, and Chinese State Counselor Yang Jiechi (R) during the seventh US-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue (S&ED) at the US State Department in Washington DC, June 23, 2015. (Chris Kleponis/AFP/Getty Images)
Current AffairsPolicy

As the U.S.-China Security and Economic Dialogue takes place this week, Evan Osnos of The New Yorker outlines key sources of tension in the relationship between the world's two most powerful countries.

Evan Osnos Profiles China's 'Most Powerful Authoritarian Leader Since Mao'

Chinese President Xi Jinping gives a toast during the National Day reception marking the 65th anniversary of the founding of the PRC in Beijing on Sept. 30, 2014. (Feng Li/Getty Images)
Current Affairs

A profile in this week's New Yorker depicts how Xi Jinping sprang from a revolutionary pedigree and went from a series of unremarkable government posts to becoming a bold hardline president.

Evan Osnos Exposes Media's Favorite China 'Myths'

<i>New Yorker</i> staff writer and Asia Society Osborn Elliott Prize winner Evan Osnos. (Elsa Ruiz/Asia Society)
Policy

China's top 10 myths busted.