Josh Rudolph

Josh Rudolph finished an MA in Asia Pacific Policy Studies at UBC's Institute of Asian Research in 2013. He currently lives in British Columbia.

The Sick Man of Asia

While China’s economic growth and rapid modernization has left the world in a state of wonder, Huang Yanzhong, a professor at Seton Hall, points out China’s healthcare sector is still far behind the rest of the...

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A Budding Buddhist Revolution?

As Tibetan monks set themselves ablaze in protest of Beijing’s rule, young Han Chinese are heading west to seek refuge in Buddhist teachings, often to the chagrin of their families. From USA Today: “Look around. They...

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Exchanging Culture, Bettering Relations

Asia Society and the Aspen Institute have teamed up to launch the US-China Forum on Arts and Culture. The forum, beginning next month, will be sending notable American cultural figures to Beijing to collaborate with their...

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Six-Party Talks, Towards the Next Round

Following vice premier Li Keqiang’s visit to the Korean Peninsula, Chinese media coverage of the possible resumption of the Six-Party Talks has been optimistic. From China Daily: Vice-Premier Li Keqiang wrapped up his...

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