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Why China Won’t Throw A Lifeline To The West

Image via Wikipedia With all the chaos on world’s markets, it is easy to overlook developments in China. The biggest piece of Chinese domestic news is the decision to give limited rights to land use to China’s farmers. This decision came out of the Third Plenary Session of the 17th Party Congress of the Chinese [...]

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Apple and China: The American Media Ignorance Continues

Over the past year, the tone of coverage of many China-related topics in the US has improved. For the most part, writers covering China have tried to look past the generally-accepted stereotypes, and have tried to get a deeper understanding of what is going on in China. But occasionally something finds its way through the [...]

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Understanding The Chinese Perspective

Today I picked up a copy of the October 29 issue of the Chinese language biweekly, Caijing. Caijing is roughly equivalent to The Economist in US and European financial circles, and I like to think of it as the magazine for the thinking Chinese business person. Most western journalists, especially American journalists, when it comes [...]

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