Author: Josie Liu
Josie Liu is a journalist from China who once worked for the South China Morning Post and other newspapers in Beijing. She currently writes the “China in Transition” blog.
People in China have long been familiar with the rural-urban dichotomy of China. But for many people outside China, there is also a dichotomy of ancient vs. modern China. This is true for Deanna Fei, a Chinese American writer who recently published her novel debut: A Thread of Sky. With the “new China,” i.e. the post-Mao, modernized, booming China, as its main backdrop, this novel
Nothing is more horrifying and evil than purposefully slaying children in groups. Yet in China, five such crimes occurred across the country in the past 40 days. On March 23, eight elementary school students were killed by a man at the gate of their school in Nanping, Fujian; April 12, several elementary school students were injured in front of their school in Hepu, Guangxi; April
Most Recent Entries
- 2009.07.06 Josie Liu: Chinese Netizens “Tomb Digging” to Comment on Urumqi Riot
- 2009.06.30 Josie Liu: Some Thoughts on China’s Environment
- 2009.04.07 Josie Liu: New Health Care Reform Blueprint: Offering both Hope and Doubt
- 2008.09.26 Guest Blogger: Why Babies?!
- 2008.08.20 Guest Blogger: Let’s Be Proud of Lang Ping
- 2008.06.05 Guest Blogger: Chinese People Rally via the Internet to Help Earthquake Relief
- 2008.04.16 Guest Blogger: Chinese Netizens Call For Boycott of Carrefour
- 2008.01.29 Guest Blogger: TV Dramas Shed Light on Ideal Values
- 2007.12.14 The Warlords Sparks Political Criticism