David Wertime

Tea Leaf Nation’s New Partnership With Asia Society’s ChinaFile

Tea Leaf Nation is proud to announce a partnership with ChinaFile, an online magazine intended “to broaden your understanding of China and spark new conversation about its place in the world.” Home to a number of respected contributors including Orville Schell and Michael Anti, ChinaFile has formed partnerships with several excellent media outlets including Caixin Online, The New York Review of Books, and ChinaDialogue. We are honored to join them, and  highly recommend readers visit an exciting new site destined to become a must-read for China watchers.

ChinaFile is a product of the team at the Center for U.S.-China Relations at the Asia Society. The Asia Society is a leading educational organization dedicated to promoting mutual understanding and strengthening partnerships among peoples, leaders and institutions of Asia and the United States in a global context. Across the fields of arts, business, culture, education, and policy, the Society provides insight, generates ideas, and promotes collaboration to address present challenges and create a shared future.

Founded in 1956 by John D. Rockefeller 3rd, Asia Society is a nonpartisan, nonprofit institution with headquarters in New York, centers in Hong Kong and Houston, and affiliated offices in Los Angeles, Manila, Mumbai, San Francisco, Seoul, Shanghai, Sydney, and Washington, DC.

Over the coming months, readers on this site may notice some fresh Tea Leaf Nation content that results from a collaboration with ChinaFile. Readers at ChinaFile will now begin to see Tea Leaf Nation content on ChinaFile as well. This will not affect Tea Leaf Nation’s continuing close collaboration with The Atlantic; in fact, ChinaFile is itself a partner site with The Atlantic, so our mutual ties will only grow stronger. We at Tea Leaf Nation are honored to stand in such fine company.

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David Wertime

David is the co-founder and co-editor of Tea Leaf Nation. He first encountered China as a Peace Corps Volunteer in 2001 and has lived and worked in Fuling, Chongqing, Beijing, and Hong Kong. He is a ChinaFile fellow at the Asia Society and an associate fellow at the Truman National Security Project.
  • http://jaycollier.net/ Jay Collier

    Congratulations on this new collaboration!