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Has China’s Slowdown Begun?
June 07, 2011
Has China’s Slowdown Begun?
Yes, says one China economy analyst. But will the government look to loosen monetary policy if growth slows too fast?
Has China’s Slowdown Begun?
Has China’s Slowdown Begun?
June 07, 2011
Has China’s Slowdown Begun?
Yes, says one China economy analyst. But will the government look to loosen monetary policy if growth slows too fast?
Has China’s Slowdown Begun?
West Wrong on North Korea
June 06, 2011
West Wrong on North Korea
Western media likes to suggest growing tension between North Korea and China. The truth is more complicated.
West Wrong on North Korea
A View on Nationalism
June 06, 2011
A View on Nationalism
Nationalism in Japan is confined mostly to the elites, but is more broad-based in China, says academic Gui Yongtao.
A View on Nationalism
Gates: China Military Ties Better
June 03, 2011
Gates: China Military Ties Better
US Defence Secretary Robert Gates says US-China military ties are improving, though some concerns remain.
Gates: China Military Ties Better
Internationalizing Education
June 01, 2011
Internationalizing Education
Education officials in China talk about global awareness. But putting words into action is quite another thing.
Internationalizing Education
Kim Jong-il China Visit Ends
May 27, 2011
Kim Jong-il China Visit Ends
North Korean leader Kim Jong-il has been in China for the past week. Did he get everything he wanted?
Kim Jong-il China Visit Ends
Kicking the Great Firewall
May 25, 2011
Kicking the Great Firewall
A shoe thrown at the father of China’s ‘Great Firewall’ shows the problems officials face keeping the country closed.
Kicking the Great Firewall
Why Chinese Make Bad Managers
May 23, 2011
Why Chinese Make Bad Managers
Why China’s success at school test-taking often doesn’t translate into a flair for people management.
Why Chinese Make Bad Managers
China's Local Poll Breakthrough
May 19, 2011
China's Local Poll Breakthrough
Do local election ‘experiments’ in China offer a useful stepping stone toward genuine democracy?
China's Local Poll Breakthrough
What Next for Ai Weiwei?
May 18, 2011
What Next for Ai Weiwei?
Detained artist Ai Weiwei has been allowed to see his wife. But the authorities are staying quiet.
What Next for Ai Weiwei?
Why Bother With College?
May 16, 2011
Why Bother With College?
Many Chinese students want an Ivy League education. But is it really worth the money?
Why Bother With College?
Jaw-Jaw not War-War for China
May 13, 2011
Jaw-Jaw not War-War for China
Despite tensions over human rights, both sides were happy with the US-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue.
Jaw-Jaw not War-War for China
China Inflation Climbs 5.3%
May 11, 2011
China Inflation Climbs 5.3%
China’s inflation data for April again exceeds Premier Wen Jiabao’s 4 percent target for this year.
China Inflation Climbs 5.3%
Mao (Still?) Tears China Apart
May 09, 2011
Mao (Still?) Tears China Apart
A blog post critical of Mao Zedong is a reminder of how divided China remains over his legacy.
Mao (Still?) Tears China Apart
Huawei Eyes Cloud Computing
May 06, 2011
Huawei Eyes Cloud Computing
China looks set to invest heavily in cloud computing. How will firms like Amazon and Microsoft respond?
Huawei Eyes Cloud Computing
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