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Games Proves Validity Of The China Model

Ye Hailin (叶海林), a researcher with the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences writes in the China Daily: In the ancient city, we saw wonderful collective and individual performances and a harmonious coexistence between peace and the...

Contaminated by Toxic Trade

From New Zealand Herald: Call it brand dilution, China-style. Any company entering a joint venture as a minority partner is aware its brand could be damaged by events beyond its control. Farmer shareholders would expect New...

Fu Ying: Bringing Out The Best In Us

Fu Ying is the Chinese ambassador to the United Kingdom.  She writes in the Guardian: A question often raised after the Beijing Olympics is this: in what way has it changed China – and where is the country heading now? One...

An Olympic Evaluation

Eric Setzekorn is a graduate student at UC Irvine specializing in military history and is currently finishing an exchange semester with the Beijing University history department. He writes in the China Beat blog: For foreigners...

Beijing Games Call To Mind Our 1893 Fair

Jeffrey N. Wasserstrom is a professor of history at the University of California at Irvine. He writes in the Chicago Times: What’s the value of comparing 1893 and 2008? First, it adds a new twist to a theme explored in...

On Gold Medals And Team Sports

Michael Allen Gillespie is a professor of political science and philosophy and director of the Gerst Program in Political , Economic, and Humanistic Studies at Duke University. He writes in the Herald Sun: …the Americans...

Beijing Olympics: Winners and Losers

Dexter Roberts writes in the Business Week: The 2008 Games didn’t go so well for everyone, though. Here’s my selective and personal list of the many winners and a few losers: Spectators—winners Whether they were the...

Olympics Reveal East-West Divide

Jeffrey Sonnenfeld is senior associate dean and Lester Crown professor of management practice at the Yale School of Management. He led the Yale Global Leadership Forum at the Beijing Olympics and studied the Atlanta Committee...

Tony Blair: We Can Help China Embrace the Future

Mr. Blair, former prime minister of Great Britain, is teaching a course on faith and globalization at the Yale Schools of Management and Divinity. From The Wall Street Journal: Power and influence is shifting to the East. In...

China’s Power Show

“Beijing Olympics showcased the rising might of China and its continuing free speech phobia,” said the Houston Chronicle: The opening and closing ceremonies of the Olympics featured an opulent cast of 10,000...

Totalitarian Rule Takes Total Blame

Michael Roux is chairman of the Australian Davos Connection. He writes the following commentary in the Australian, and apparently got Yang Peiyi’s age wrong: So how does this explain the hostility and suspicion that exists...

Olympics as PR: Here’s the New, Modern China

Henry Sanderson reports for the Associated Press: … the modern image that China is showcasing to the world during its turn in the white-hot Olympic spotlight may be nice to look at, but the Communist Party remains firmly...

Sam Eifling: China’s Potemkin Olympics

Editor, reporter Sam Eifling writes in the Columbia Journalism Review: The swell of sour press about the Olympics may have begun with a couple of crooked teeth. It was clear to anyone who’d ever watched a person sing while...

Criticism of China Wanes During Games

Sigrid Deters reports in the Radio Netherlands Worldwide: In the run-up to the Olympic Games, Chinese people at home and abroad demonstrated against the Western media for being negative about China. Now, as the games come to an...

Lip-synching? Let’s Pretend It Didn’t Happen

Joel Martinsen writes in the Danwei blog: The Global Language Monitor, a Texas-based organization whose biggest claim to fame is its dubious pursuit of the millionth word in the English language (they’re up to 996,341...

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