Testimonials

“Your publication insights tremendously help us complete our regular analysis on in-depth issues of major importance. ”

Ms. Nicoleta Buracinschi
Embassy of Romania to the People’s Republic of China

Roy Licklider
Adjunct Professor of Political Science
Columbia University

“[SinoInsider has] been very useful in my class on American foreign policy because it contradicts the widely accepted argument that the U.S. should work cooperatively with China. And the whole point of the course is to expose students to conflicting approaches to contemporary major problems.”

“Prof. Ming’s information about the Sino-U.S. trade war is invaluable for us in Taiwan’s technology industry. Our company basically acted on Prof. Ming’s predictions and enlarged our scale and enriched our product lines. That allowed us to deal capably with larger orders from China in 2019. ”

Mr. Chiu
Realtek R&D Center

Ehud Yaari
Lafer International Fellow
The Washington Institute

“I am following China’s growing involvement in the Middle East, seeking to gain a better understanding of China itself and the impact of domestic constraints on its foreign policy. I have found SinoInsider quite helpful in expanding my knowledge and enriching my understanding of the issues at stake.”

SinoInsider’s research on the CCP examines every detail in great depth and is a very valuable reference. Foreign researchers will find SinoInsider’s research helpful in understanding what is really going on with the CCP and China. ”

Baterdene
   Researcher, The National Institute for Security Studies (Mongolian)

Chan Miu-ling
Radio Television Hong Kong China Team Deputy Leader

“The forecasts of Prof. Chu-cheng Ming and the SinoInsider  team are an invaluable resource in guiding our news reporting direction and anticipating the next moves of the Chinese and Hong Kong governments.”

SinoInsider always publishes interesting and provocative work on Chinese elite politics. It is very worthwhile to follow the work of SinoInsider to get their take on factional struggles in particular.”

Lee Jones,
Reader in International Politics,
Queen Mary University of London

James Newman
Former U.S. Navy cryptologist

“I’m a very happy, satisfied subscriber to your service and all the deep information it provides to increase our understanding. SinoInsider is profoundly helping to alter the public landscape when it comes to the PRC.”

” As a China-based journalist, SinoInsider is to me a very reliable source of information to understand deeply how the CCP works and learn more about the factional struggle and challenges that Xi Jinping may face.”

Sebastien Ricci
AFP correspondent for China & Mongolia

Sebastien Ricci
AFP correspondent for China & Mongolia

SinoInsider offers an interesting perspective on the Sino-U.S. trade war and North Korea. Their predictions are often accurate, which is definitely very helpful.”

” I have found SinoInsider to provide much greater depth and breadth of coverage with regard to developments in China. The subtlety of the descriptions of China’s policy/political processes is absent from traditional media channels”

John Lipsky
Peter G. Peterson Distinguished Scholar
Kissinger Center for Global Affairs

Dr Kun-Chin Lin
University Lecturer in Politics
Deputy Director of the Centre for Geopolitics
Cambridge University

“My teaching at Cambridge and policy analysis for the UK audience have been informed by insights from your analyzes. ”

SinoInsider’s in-depth and nuanced analysis of Party dynamics is an excellent template to train future Sinologists with a clear understanding that what happens in the Party matters.”

Stephen Nagy
Senior Associate Professor
International Christian University

Howard Sanborn
Professor
Virginia Military Institute

“ I find SinoInsider particularly helpful in instructing students about the complexities of Chinese politics and what elite competition means for the future of the US-China relationship.”
SinoInsider has been one of my most useful (and enjoyable) resources.”

James Newman
Former U.S. Navy cryptologist

Robert Thurman
Jey Tsong Khapa Professor Emeritus of Indo-Tibetan Buddhist Studies
Department of Religion, Columbia University

“I agree with SinoInsider‘s analysis of CCP malign activities, such as those involving Confucius Institutes on our campus.”