Author: Natalie Ornell

Natalie Ornell is a Master's student in Asian Studies at UC Berkeley. She completed her undergraduate degree in East Asian Studies and English at Wellesley College. At Wellesley, she freelanced for an immigrant-focused newspaper in Boston's Chinatown, the Sampan, and also interned as a reporter at the South China Morning Post in Hong Kong. She currently serves as an Ambassador for the television program, LinkAsia, in San Francisco. You can read her blog on Asia-related events at UC Berkeley by visiting
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CDT Bookshelf: Liz Carter on “Let 100 Voices Speak”

Based in Washington, D.C., Liz Carter translates Chinese-language textbooks and writes at A Big Enough Forest. Carter is the former Managing Editor of Tea Leaf Nation and also writes for The Atlantic Monthly and Foreign Policy. She studied contemporary Chinese literature at Peking University. Carter’s book “Let 100 Voices Speak: How the Internet Is Transforming

August 30, 2015 7:29 PM

CDT Bookshelf: Interview with Jeremy Wallace

Jeremy Wallace is assistant professor of political science at Ohio State University and the author of Cities and Stability: Urbanization, Redistribution, and Regime Survival in China (Oxford University Press 2014), which explains how China has remained stable in the face of massive government-led urbanization efforts. I spoke with Wallace about his research.

March 5, 2015 10:27 PM

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