Wang Hui

China’s New Left Thinkers Embrace Nationalism And Xi

While various manifestations of China’s deepening authoritarianism have been well documented, the ideological frameworks underpinning it have tended not to receive as much attention as the thinking of those at odds with the...

Why China’s “Left” Finds Favor in the West

China Media Project translates a blog post by Yang Hengjun on why “leftist” scholars like Wang Hui have found favor in the West, given their critical attitudes toward democracy and universal values. Yang Hengjun is a...

Academic Integrity Under Fire in China Scandals

Two recent scandals in China have generated heated debates online about integrity and honesty in both academia and the corporate world. First, former chairman of Microsoft China, Tang Jun, has been under fire for allegedly lying...

John Gittings Reviews Books by Wang Lixiong and Wang Hui

In the Guardian, John Gittings reviews two new books about China,The Struggle for Tibet by Wang Lixiong and Tsering Shakya and The End of the Revolution: China and the Limits of Modernity by Wang Hui. From his discussion of the...

China’s New Intelligentsia

In Prospect Magazine, Mark Leonard, executive director of the European Council on Foreign Relations, writes a lengthy article about China’s “ideas and who produces them”: We are used to China’s growing...

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