Amid ongoing discussion of reform to China’s controversial one-child policy, Tea Leaf Nation...
by Samuel Wade | Apr 6, 2012
At The Guardian’s Comment Is Free, journalist and author Jonathan Fenby challenges the assumption that China’s continued rise is inevitable, and catalogues the dizzying range of problems facing its next generation of...
by Samuel Wade | Nov 2, 2011
Premier Wen Jiabao spoke about the political attacks endured by his father and grandfather to students at his old high school in Tianjin, but his message may have been intended more for colleagues and rivals in government. The...
by Jonathan Ansfield | Aug 17, 2007
In a long and intriguing essay in this past week’s Economic Observer (ÁªèÊµéËßÇÂØüÊä•), former Party newspaper man Zhou Ruijin (Âë®ÁëûÈáë) reminisces about his role in reinvigorating Deng Xiaoping’s market reforms during the down years after June 4th. As deputy chief ed of the Liberation Daily (Ëß£ÊîæÊó•Êä•), Zhou was the author behind four breakthrough editorials that […]
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