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Quote: Howard French on China-Obama Press

Quote: Howard French on China-Obama Press

“It may have made certain people in this society feel better about themselves, but if the goal is changing behaviors in China…” ... 

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Chimerica: Divorce Court or Marriage Counseling?

Chimerica: Divorce Court or Marriage Counseling?

How The Atlantic’s James Fallows disagrees with Harvard’s Niall Ferguson on the future of China & America, and why that’s instructive for anyone watching China.

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Young/Old, Analysis/Speculation, Serial/Parallel, China/Saudi/Egypt

Young/Old, Analysis/Speculation, Serial/Parallel, China/Saudi/Egypt

CNR’s Weekly Review highlights some of the most interesting and can’t miss blog posts from the English China blogosphere. This week: May 31-June 6, 2009.

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China’s Youth, Typical Tourists, Expat Blues, Education, & USA!

China’s Youth, Typical Tourists, Expat Blues, Education, & USA!

CNR’s Weekly Review highlights some of the most interesting and can’t miss blog posts from the English China blogosphere. This week: May 16-22, 2009.

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Sensitive Anniversary, Edited Memories

Sensitive Anniversary, Edited Memories

Andre Fenton, neuroscientist The New York Times recently reported that New York neuroscientists have discovered an experimental drug that has the effect of immobilizing... 

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What a Chinese wealth fund investor *really* thinks about America

What a Chinese wealth fund investor *really* thinks about America

I just read an incredible interview of Gao Xiqing (高西庆) by James Fallows in the Atlantic entitled “Be Nice To The Countries That Lend You Money“. ... 

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The American Identity and The Chinese Identity

The American Identity and The Chinese Identity

I noticed an interesting comment posted by mtlyorel in Elliott’s recent post about David Brooks: Neither Brooks or other commentators let alone career China-bashers... 

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