Carlos Tejada

Carlos Tejada


Asia Business Editor, The New York Times. Former WSJ. Slowly, painfully studying Chinese. Warning: There will be #Jayhawks posts.

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“The danger is China could reciprocate against our journalists. The difference is our journalists in China are actually journalists.”

China claims to be opening to the world. Then it attacks three of the best reporters in the business: @joshchin  @Chao_Deng  and @PhilipWen11  of the @WSJ 

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Public pajama wearers are a common sight in China. Now authorities in one city have used facial recognition to name and shame the perps.

More cases of the Wuhan flu reported. How far will this go?

In our live briefing, an interview with Li Wenliang, the doctor who tried to sound an early warning about the coronavirus but was censored, by the amazing @elsiechenyi 

The coronavirus strikes three generations of a family in Wuhan. “What kind of government is this?”

The most Hong Kong of stories these days: a toilet paper heist.

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