Public writing

The epistemic production of “non-Western immigrants” in Denmark. Disorder of Things. September 2020.

Covid-19 in China: From ‘Chernobyl Moment’ to Impetus for Nationalism, Made in China, May 2020

Racism and the Belt and Road in CCTV’s Spring Festival Gala, The Diplomat, Feb 2018

The curious rise of ‘white left’ as a Chinese internet insult, openDemocracy, May 2017

社会权利并非天赋:福利国家的前生今世, 腾讯大家,2017年12月22日


Note: Tencent Dajia was shut down on 20 February 2020, amid moves to tighten control over coronavirus criticisms. Both the website and its wechat channel disappeared from the internet. I keep the links on this page as a reminder of its once existence. 


As host: 时差 In-betweenness

As guest: With 随机波动 on the Chinese edition of Men Explain Things to Me, feminism, and intersectionality. With Benjamen Walker’s Theory of Everything on authoritarian schizopherenia. 

Press mentions and interviews

October 2021, Vice, “People Don’t Understand China’s Social Credit, and These Memes Are Proof

September 2021, The Guardian, “Alt-right finds new partners in hate on China’s internet” (quoting my EJIR article)

July 2021, Sixth Tone, “Anti-Japan Sentiments Simmer Online After China’s Olympic Defeats

October 2020, Inkstone News, “Why China’s liberals like Trump”

June 2020, Quartz, “This is nuts”: the backlash to the rebranding of “Black person toothpaste” in China

May 2020, “A Lost ‘Little Africa’: How China, Too, Blames Foreigners for the Virus” by April Zhu for the New York Review of Books

April 2020, Bloomberg News, “‘Nothing to Be Afraid Of’: Demands for Free Speech in China Persist”

March 2020, Inkstone News, Immigration backlash: ‘I can’t accept China having people of different skin colors’

Quartz; Al Jazeera English; TV2 (Denmark); VRT (Belgium); Columbia Journalism Review; SupChina

The Battle for Another World: The Progressive Response to the New Right (policy report)

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