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China's Casino Economy
July 20, 2010
China's Casino Economy
Companies in China appear and disappear with amazing regularity. Can this go on?
China's Casino Economy
China: Not in Our Backyard
July 15, 2010
China: Not in Our Backyard
China repeats its (somewhat hypocritical) opposition to a US-South Korea naval drill.
China: Not in Our Backyard
Language, Culture and War
July 14, 2010
Language, Culture and War
What do two classic texts say about China and the West? That they just won’t get along.
Language, Culture and War
China's Internet Triple Speak
July 13, 2010
China's Internet Triple Speak
China has OK’d a new license for Google. But its Internet policy is still far from open.
China's Internet Triple Speak
Shanghai Travel Blues
July 12, 2010
Shanghai Travel Blues
What a change to Shanghai’s bullet train says about the city’s future plans – and concerns.
Shanghai Travel Blues
That 'Wacky' Treasury
July 09, 2010
That 'Wacky' Treasury
Is the US govt decision not to cite China as a currency manipulator wise or wacky?
That 'Wacky' Treasury
Beijing Getting Thirsty
July 08, 2010
Beijing Getting Thirsty
Water shortages are becoming a real headache for Beijing. Is walling out migrants the answer?
Beijing Getting Thirsty
Culture Clash
July 06, 2010
Culture Clash
What the case of Chinese student Zhai Tiantian says about attitudes toward getting a US education.
Culture Clash
July 05, 2010
Head—Meet Brick Wall
Main lesson about trying education reform in China? You can’t beat the bureaucracy.
Head—Meet Brick Wall
July 05, 2010
Head—Meet Brick Wall
Main lesson about trying education reform in China? You can’t beat the bureaucracy.
Head—Meet Brick Wall
The Disappearing Hutong
July 02, 2010
The Disappearing Hutong
Beijing risks losing some of its most interesting heritage with the destruction of the hutong.
The Disappearing Hutong
Google Changes China Tack
June 30, 2010
Google Changes China Tack
Will Google’s plan to stop a redirect to its Hong Kong site keep China happy?
Google Changes China Tack
Things Fall Apart
June 29, 2010
Things Fall Apart
Reform in China’s education system can be tough. Having too big an ego doesn’t help matters.
Things Fall Apart
China's Soccer Czar
June 28, 2010
China's Soccer Czar
China could learn a lot from other Asian teams if it wants to make the next football World Cup.
China's Soccer Czar
A 'Major' Terrorist Haul
June 25, 2010
A 'Major' Terrorist Haul
China says it cracked a major terrorist cell in the Uyghur Autonomous Region. Really?
A 'Major' Terrorist Haul
China's Red Dawn?
June 24, 2010
China's Red Dawn?
How much does a remake of 80s blockbuster Red Dawn say about US attitudes toward China?
China's Red Dawn?
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