Wu Nan

Wu Nan is a student of the Graduate School of Journalism, University of California at Berkeley. Wu Nan worked for the Boston Globe Beijing Bureau as a news assistant for three years. She also worked as a reporter for one and a half years at the Economic Observer, a Chinese national financial weekly based in Beijing. Her reports focused on the changes in modern China society and the world.

Blue-green Algae Appears in Taihu Lake Again

Xinhua reports on the new hit of blue-green algae at Tai Lake: The words “SOS Taihu Lake”, written using blue-green algae, are seen on the bank of the lake in this recent photo taken in Yixing, East China’s...

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Rudd Rewrites the Rules of Engagement

In an opinion piece in the Sydney Morning Herald, Geremie Barme, a professor of Chinese history at the Australian National University, commends Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd’s recent speech at Peking University, in...

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His Holiness … The Dilemma

Anjali Puri writes on Outlook India about the Dalai Lama: “Yes, he’s a thorn in our ties with China. But is that enough for us to castigate the Dalai Lama or forsake the Tibetan cause?” If resurrection means...

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