The following essay by Peking University senior Yue Xin shares her observations of social...
by Samuel Wade | Aug 25, 2015
An explosion at a Shandong chemical plant on Saturday has further highlighted safety concerns in...
by Josh Rudolph | Oct 30, 2014
The "one-child policy," originally implemented to address the social, economic, and environmental...
by Samuel Wade | Apr 24, 2014
A number of recent articles highlight alternatives to China’s mainstream society and values....
by Samuel Wade | Nov 16, 2013
On Friday, Beijing released the 20-page, 60-point 'CCP Central Committee Resolution Concerning...
by Samuel Wade | Aug 27, 2013
With millions of Chinese becoming first-time car owners, Bloomberg News describes the lengths...
by Scott Greene | Aug 12, 2013
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by Samuel Wade | May 20, 2013
At Bloomberg View, Pankaj Mishra examines China's challenge to the advance of liberal democracy and its relationship with economic growth. “Development is the only hard truth,” Deng claimed. “If we do not develop, then we will...
by Samuel Wade | May 1, 2013
At Bloomberg Businessweek, Christina Larson talks to chinadialogue's Sam Geall, lecturer at Oxford University and editor of a new book, China and the Environment, about the Chinese public's growing environmental awareness: Who...
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