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Single, urban, highly educated, unmarried women in their late twenties are deemed ‘leftover women’ or ‘shengnu’ by a state-backed campaign that rolls back gender equality rights, according to Leta Hong Fincher. She is the author of Leftover Women: The Resurgence of
Dr. Qian Liu is as the acting head of the analysts’ team based in Beijing, London, New York, Singapore and Hong Kong, and is an expert on economic analysis and econometric forecasting on China’s provinces and 287 key prefectures. Qian
This month, our first Young China Watchers Conversation takes a look at the ongoing and evolving Occupy Central protests in Hong Kong. Contributing are Michael C. Davis, a professor in the Law Faculty at the University of Hong Kong, and George Chen,
Duncan Innes-Ker heads up a team of analysts covering Asia in the Economist Intelligence Unit, and is responsible for the company’s flagship China product, the China Country Report. He is a frequent commentator for news services and is often invited to
Deborah Brautigam is Professor of Comparative Politics and Director of the International Development Program and the China Africa Research Initiative at Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies. She is a leading scholar on China in Africa and the