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Evan Osnos

Evan Lionel Richard Osnos (born December 24, 1976) is an American journalist and author. He has been a staff writer at The New Yorker since 2008, best known for his coverage of China. He is the author of Age of Ambition: Chasing Fortune, Truth, and Faith in the New China, which won the 2014 National Book Award for nonfiction.

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When Richard Nixon came to Beijing in the winter of 1972, China was still in the throes of the Cultu ...

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By the Nineties, so many people were moonlighting and creating their own professional identities tha ...

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In my fifth year in Beijing, I moved into a one-story brick house beside the Confucius Temple, a sev ...

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Confucius - or Kongzi, which means Master Kong - was not born to power, but his idiosyncrasies and i ...

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When I moved to Beijing in 2005 to write, I was accustomed to hearing the story of China's transform ...

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We binge on instant knowledge, but we are learning the hazards, and readers are warier than they use ...

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Seventy years after China emerged from the Second World War, the greatest threat facing the nation's ...

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I didn't expect to find much visible trace of the American war in Vietnam. The Vietnamese are too ha ...

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There was a docudrama that was made, called 'The Death Of A Princess,' which was about a true story ...

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Analysts, scholars, business people, diplomats, and journalists involved with China spend so much ti ...

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To my surprise, the more I searched about Qi Xiangfu, the more I found of a life lived partly online ...

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There's a national ambition, a collective, in a sense, political ambition, which I think is the thin ...

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Walking, it turns out, is a sublime way to get to know people in China. They're used to meeting stra ...

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When I lived in Beijing in 1996, it was a horizontal city. If you wanted to go out for a burger, if ...

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For years, China expected foreign companies not to publicly voice their complaints about hacking or ...

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