Many talk about China, but there is very little genuine understanding of the Chinese Communist Party regime. Thus, China experts predict key political developments inaccurately and inconsistently, and later explain away their errors with the claim that “China is a black box.”
China is a black box because there is a very low degree of knowledge about the CCP in the expert community and the general public. Yet virtually all issues in China is downstream from CCP elite politics.
Without a deep understanding of the CCP, all information and analysis on China are false. This is especially so when years of CCP influence operations have allowed it to control the information environment and plug the world into a “Red Matrix.”
In other words, everyone is driving blindfolded on China. When the crash comes, everyone is clueless about what happened.
Founded in 2017, SinoInsider has an unparalleled track record of correctly predicting China because we deeply understand the CCP, its operations, and its culture.
Our leading experts have knowledge of the CCP from lived experiences, and are highly skilled in decoding Beijing’s double speak and Byzantine political logic. We specialize in analyzing CCP factional struggles, which shape elite politics.
Our China expertise gives us the added benefit of being able to accurately anticipate geopolitical developments involving China, such as the Sino-U.S. trade war and North Korea.
The Sinoinsider team is a completely independent and free from the CCP regime’s influence. This is essential to our commitment to providing unadulterated information and analysis on CCP elite politics to our clients.
The rules of the game have changed since Xi Jinping took power in 2012 and with the election of Donald Trump as United States president. China is headed for tremendous change, and with change comes new risks and opportunities.
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Our research and forecasting results
The 18th Party Congress in 2012 marked a political shift in China. Our experts observed from the congress results that the factional struggle between Hu Jintao and the Jiang Zemin faction had switched to a life-and-death tussle between Jiang and Xi Jinping.
Since the 18th Congress, Sinoinsider experts have accurately forecasted the fall of numerous high ranking officials including Bo Xilai, Zhou Yongkang, Xu Caihou, and Guo Boxiong. Our team also anticipated dozens of major critical developments in China, including the launch of the anti-corruption campaign and China’s military reforms.
In 2016, we predicted that Xi would implement military reforms and seek the title of Party “core” leader to consolidate and concretize his authority. We also accurately forecasted the reshuffling of several provincial Party secretaries.
In 2017, we forecasted the Politburo Standing Committee to emerge from the 19th Congress with 100 percent accuracy. We also predicted the 25-member Politburo and 204-member Central Committee with over 80 percent accuracy.
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Don Tse co-founded SinoInsider Consulting in early 2017 and is SinoInsider’s CEO and lead researcher. His expertise includes Chinese Communist Party elite politics and personnel movement, China’s domestic policy and macroeconomic trends, as well as China’s military affairs.
Don has given briefings on the CCP factional struggle behind the North Korean nuclear crisis to the Air University (United States Air Force) and the U.S. intelligence community. He has contributed to the Pentagon’s internal magazine, and his writings have appeared in The Diplomat, The National Interest, and Real Clear Defense. Don’s article, “China’s Americanized Military,” made The Diplomat’s “Best of 2017” list.
Before co-founding SinoInsider Consulting, Don worked for a large overseas Chinese media outlet for nearly ten years. When he headed the China news department from 2011 to 2014, he and his team accurately forecasted several high-profile purges, personnel reshuffles, and other key political developments in China.
Nonresident Senior Fellow
Chu-Cheng Ming is a professor emeritus of political science at the National Taiwan University (NTU). He served as chairman of NTU’s Department of Political Science from 1999 to 2003, and president of the Chinese Association of Political Science (Taipei) from 2001 to 2004. Dr. Ming’s research specialization includes China’s domestic politics and foreign policy, cross-strait relations, and international relations.
Dr. Ming has served as a consultant to various government ministries and agencies in Taiwan on China’s domestic politics and policies towards the U.S. He was also a member of a task-force group advising the president of the Republic of China (Taiwan) on cross-strait ties. His writings have appeared in scholarly journals and other publications.