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There are more than 320 million people in mainland China between the ages of sixteen and thirty. Children of the one-child policy, born after Mao, with distant memory of Tiananmen, they are the first generation to come of age in
Chinadialogue.net pioneered web-based environmental information. Founder and editor Isabel Hilton tells us about her first experiences in China in the 1970s, her career in international journalism, the evolution of environmental reporting on China, and how meaningful cross-cultural conversations are facilitated through the internet and social media.
On October 17th, YCW San Francisco hosted an invigorating round table discussion led by Professor Syaru Shirley Lin of the Chinese University of Hong Kong and Professor Harry Harding of the University of Virginia on the challenges facing China, the
In this candid interview, Jeremy Goldkorn, Danwei founder and co-host of the ever-popular Sinica podcast, discusses his 20 years in China including his early experiences with Danwei and the many ways the country has changed since the day he arrived in 1995.