Between 2005 and 2011, Australian JFK Miller served as editor-in-chief of the Shanghai-based English-language entertainment magazine That’s Shanghai. Coming to China with little prior knowledge of the country, Miller’s role at the magazine required him to quickly become acquainted...
by Josh Rudolph | May 7, 2018
As China’s diplomacy, trade, and investment in African nations has increased in recent...
by Samuel Wade | Oct 27, 2015
The Los Angeles Times’ Julie Makinen reports apparent growth in the seizure of books and...
by Josh Rudolph | Oct 18, 2013
The Guardian reports on “Beautiful Future,” an exhibition of designs by longtime...
by Xiao Qiang | Nov 24, 2009
From Portrait of an LBX blog, written by Evan Villarrubia: We met Mr. Fu by pure happenstance in front of a little store outside his family’s colossal home in the mountain village of Fangshan, Zhejiang (浙江省芳山村). Standing near...
by Paulina Hartono | May 1, 2009
Peter N. Spotts of the Christian Science Monitor reports on why some expatriate scientists and engineers are feeling drawn to return to China: China has hung a “Help Wanted” sign for scientists and engineers, dangling big-bucks...
by Michael Zhao | Apr 7, 2006
From Shanghai Daily (link): A LOCAL high school will team up with one of the top universities in America to provide a little competition for foreign schools in the city starting this fall. The high school affiliated to Fudan University will team up with Columbia University to set up an international department this fall semester, […]
by Sophie Beach | Mar 15, 2005
From the IHT: China is scouring the world for supplies of oil, steel and whatever else it takes to feed its ever-expanding economy, but the last thing you would expect the country to need is more people. Think again, say human resource managers at multinational companies. In the world’s most populous country, good engineers and […]
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