Josh Rudolph

Josh Rudolph currently lives in Vancouver, where he recently finished an MA at the Institute of Asian Research at UBC. His thematic focus is on Asia Pacific Policy and media representations of Asian culture, society and religion, while his main geopolitical interest lies in China.

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Weibo: The Death of the Pseudonym?

Fear of further restrictive internet policy is rising in China’s microblogging community after the publication of an editorial piece in the Beijing Daily.  China Real Time Report posted Catherine Yeung’s translation...

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China and Canada: An Economic Friendship

China and Canada, two very important economic players in the Asia Pacific, are surveying the benefits to come from their relationship.  The Wall Street Journal reports on the Canadian International Trade Minister’s ongoing...

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A Century After Xinhai: Whose Revolution?

100 years ago Sun Yat-Sen’s Xinhai Revolution began with the Wuchang Uprising, representing the beginning of the end for the Qing dynasty and thousands of years of imperial rule in China. The Asia Pacific Memo has been...

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Obama Fried Chicken

The face of US President Barack Obama has been showing up in unexpected Beijing neighborhoods. Shanghaiist translates the Chinese slogan: The sign on the shop fittingly reads 吹牛逼呢吧, or “We’re so niubi, aren’t...

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