Philip Pan



Visa of New York Times Journalist Not Renewed

In what could be the second expulsion of a foreign journalist this year, Chinese authorities have failed to renew a visa and journalist accreditation for the New York Times’ Chris Buckley, an Australian citizen. Buckley...

Cautious Optimism for Chen Guangcheng US Visit

At The New York Times, Philip Pan describes Chen Guangcheng’s story so far: My friendship with Mr. Chen began in the summer of 2005, when a New York University professor, Jerome A. Cohen, arranged for us to meet at a...

CDT Bookshelf: Interview with Philip P. Pan

Philip Pan, the former Beijing correspondent for the Washington Post, has written a remarkable new book, “Out of Mao’s Shadow: The Struggle for the Soul of a New China” in which he profiles a disparate group of...

Warren I. Cohen on China’s Charm Offensive

On Truthdig, Warren Cohen reviews two recent books about China: Philip Pan’s Out of Mao’s Shadow, and Joshua Kurlantzick’s Charm Offensive: Two new books— Philip Pan’s “Out of Mao’s Shadow” and Joshua...

Video: The Daily Show Takes on China

On the Daily Show, Jon Stewart is including several special reports from and about China for the Olympics. Yesterday he gave his take on the lip-synching scandal: And, on a more serious note, he interviews Philip Pan about his...

Battle Lines

In the Washington Post, Andrew Nathan reviews “Out of Mao’s Shadow: The Struggle for the Soul of a New China,” by Philip Pan, the former Post Beijing bureau chief: Part of the book’s poignancy is that Pan...




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