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...
James Farrer is associate professor of sociology at Sophia University in Tokyo. He writes in the ChinaBeat blog: Seeing the Olympics as a watershed event, Japanese commentators have speculated about a “post-Olympic”...
by Xiao Qiang | Aug 28, 2008
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...
by Xiao Qiang | Aug 26, 2008
From the Shanghaiist blog: The Chinese internets are abuzz with the idea that China’s final medal count of 51 golds, 22 silvers and 28 bronzes coincides with the date and time of May’s devastating Sichuan earthquake...
From Jessica & Joel’s China Hope Live blog, (h/t Fool’s Mountain): I like living in China. I like living in an all-Chinese neighbourhood and being part of a Chinese community. I like learning Mandarin. I like...
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