At American Diplomacy, Paul Levin, Professor Emeritus of American Literature at Copenhagen...
by Samuel Wade | Jun 24, 2013
At The New Yorker, Ian Buruma reviews Liao Yiwu’s prison memoir For a Song and a Hundred Songs: A Poet’s Journey through a Chinese Prison. The book was rewritten twice after its first and second drafts were...
by Josh Rudolph | Feb 11, 2013
China is in the midst of a sexual revolution. Before you conjure up images of the countercultural movement that swept the west half a century ago, clarification is needed: China is in the midst of a sexual revolution with...
by Samuel Wade | Jan 3, 2013
At the South China Morning Post, Chow Chung-yan reviews The Fate of Zhuangzi in Modern China by Liu Jianmei, on the Taoist sage’s varying fortunes during the 20th Century. An English edition of the book, according to...
by Wendy Qian | Jul 11, 2012
Dambisa Moyo, a Zambian economist best-known for her argument against international aid to Africa in Dead Aid, has published a new book called Winner Take All: China’s Race For Resources. In a Youtube trailer for her...
by Sophie Beach | Jun 26, 2012
China Real Time blog interviews James Fallows about his new book China Airborne and about the aviation industry in China: You highlight the dramatic improvement of China’s airlines as one area of particular success. Are there...
by Wendy Qian | May 30, 2012
In his tenth novel They Eat Puppies, Don’t They?, Christopher Buckley plays off of stereotypes of China to create a satirical portrait of U.S-China relations. Buckley explores the worst case scenario with inspiration from the...
by Samuel Wade | Apr 6, 2012
At The Guardian’s Comment Is Free, journalist and author Jonathan Fenby challenges the assumption that China’s continued rise is inevitable, and catalogues the dizzying range of problems facing its next generation of...
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