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Flipping the Script.

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On the cover of this week’s issue is “Flipping the Script”: Deirdre Mask’s review of “Kingdom of Characters: The Language Revolution That Made China Modern,” by Jing Tsu, and James Parker’s review of “Red Carpet: Hollywood, China, and the Global Battle for Cultural Supremacy,” by Erich Schwartzel.

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Sunday Book Review on <Lady Tan’s Circle of Women>

In Lisa See’s new novel, a doctor draws support from a variety of strong relationships--and from her own privilege.Words by Katherine J. Chen
Jun. 25th, 2023

Closer Enconters

on Second Look

NASA has appointed its first ever U.F.O. research director, an acknowledgement that there is growing evidence of unidentified anomalous phenomena — or U.A.P., the modern term for U.F.O.s. The new position could bring legitimacy to a pursuit that was previously seen as eccentric, or worse, unhinged. With its sophisticated technology and research capabili- ties, NASA may not be able to explain every unidentified wrinkle in space, but we’ll get closer to taking some of the mystery out of what’s out there.

Sep. 23rd, 2023