In Rebel Pepper’s latest drawing, he alludes to the word for “pill” (yàowán 药丸)...
by Sophie Beach | Oct 29, 2009
On China Media Project, Qian Gang looks ahead to the 70th anniversary of the PRC in 2019: If I may be allowed a bit of simple prognosticating, let me say that the next ten years will decide China’s future. 2012 is the year that...
by Sophie Beach | Jun 25, 2009
Martin Jacques writes in the New Statesman: Apart from its extraordinary longevity and bursts of efflorescent invention, the most striking feature of Chinese history is the fact that while Europe, following the fall of the Roman...
by Sophie Beach | Jun 23, 2009
The Guardian hosts a debate over the concept of “Chineseness” and the influence of the West. Martin Jacques begins: Let me give a number of examples of how China is and will remain different. Although for the last...
by Sophie Beach | Nov 21, 2008
A new report from the US National Intelligence Council identifies China and India as potential ‘heavyweights” in the balance of world power. From AFP: Titled “Global Trends 2025 — A World...
by Beau Rowland | Sep 17, 2008
The Far Eastern Economic Review briefly assesses the longstanding status quo of U.S.-China relations and delineates the conditions for future progressive U.S. and international engagement of China. Selections from the article...
by Liu Yong | Oct 17, 2007
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