The Washington Post’s Laura Seay discusses China’s presence in Africa with Howard...
by Natalie Ornell | Jun 1, 2014
At HuffPost Live, journalist Howard French speaks about the themes in his book "China's Second...
by Sophie Beach | Sep 25, 2012
With rapid and profound economic and social changes underway in China, many aspects of day-to-day life are being transformed. Several artists have recently made efforts to document the current way of life for Chinese families as...
by Sophie Beach | Mar 7, 2011
For the Atlantic, Howard French writes that the Jasmine Revolution in China, despite recent media reports to the contrary, has been a great success: To be clear, the argument here is not that China is flirting with a...
by Sophie Beach | Jun 29, 2010
Howard French, former Shanghai Bureau Chief for the New York Times, revisits the city: Already at this hour, the highway into Shanghai was throbbing with traffic, steadily moving but growing thicker by the minute. As I nodded in...
by Sophie Beach | Aug 28, 2009
Howard French, former New York Times Shanghai bureau chief, returned this summer to undertake a photography project of portraits of the old parts of the city and the people who live there. He writes about the project for the...
by Sophie Beach | Jul 31, 2009
The New York Times' former Shanghai bureau chief Howard French is visiting Shanghai and writes a commentary on what China could learn from the painful history of race relations in the U.S.: This is the second year in a row of...
by Xiao Qiang | Aug 2, 2008
Howard W. French writes in the New York Times, via statesman.com: For the past two decades, China's people have become richer but not much freer, and the Communist Party has staked its future on the hope that they will live with...
by Xiao Qiang | Jul 31, 2008
From the International Herald Tribune: China has had the great fortune of good timing, too, with its reforms coming at the start of a great wave of globalization. And there have been countless other factors behind its success...
by Zhaohua Li | Mar 12, 2007
New York Times features writer and amateur photographer Howard French holds forth in one of the most voluminous editions of the Chinacast Foreign Correspondents Series so far. Based in Shanghai, French covers a wide swathe of...
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