The PRC’s international influence and interference efforts have attracted mounting attention and anxiety. Several of their hallmarks were on display in the recent trial in Stockholm of a former Swedish ambassador to China,...
by Cindy | Feb 24, 2016
Over the weekend, Chinese-Americans across the US gathered to protest the conviction of Peter...
by Cindy | Jun 18, 2013
After the release of more than 160 Chinese nationals who were detained in Ghana for illegal gold mining, What’s on Weibo’s Manya Koetse identifies distorted expectations in Chinese–Ghanaian employment relations as an...
by Scott Greene | Jun 10, 2013
Ghana has released 124 of the Chinese gold miners it arrested for immigration violations, according to the Chinese embassy, with immigration authorities promising to release the remaining 45 detainees on Monday. From Mimi Lau of...
by Olivia Rosenman | Jun 7, 2013
The SCMP reports that family and friends of at least 160 workers who were arrested in Ghana on Wednesday are rallying the government to provide assistance in Shanglin county, Guangxi, home to two thirds of more than 50,000...
by Samuel Wade | Nov 20, 2011
Amidst a climate of widespread hostility towards immigrants in rich nations, The Economist points out the economic and other advantages diasporic populations bring to both host and home countries. Overseas Chinese, who taken...
by Paulina Hartono | Jun 7, 2008
David Pierson of the Los Angeles Times writes about the relatively muted June 4th reactions from the Los Angeles Chinese diaspora: Each year, the crowds dwindle as memories of Tiananmen Square fade and China’s image in the...
by Sophie Beach | Aug 23, 2005
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