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Hong Kong has had quite a month. Record numbers of voters made their voices heard through the ballot box to install a generation of new faces to its Legislative Council. Oneof the newly elected Legco members was a prominent leader
Peter Hessler is a best-selling author and freelance journalist with extensive experience in China. In this interview, he opens up about his thoughts on the current quality of journalism on China and China’s role in the Middle East. He further shares his advice to journalists covering China at the moment.
China’s financial system used to be boring and state-controlled, keeping deposits captive at large state-owned banks and lending out cheaply to state-owned enterprises. Very quickly, however, virtually everything about the system has changed, particularly since the equity market crash in
Thousands of Chinese have settled in Zambia and opened businesses, but relations have not always run smoothly. As China increases its economic ties in Africa, has the continent entered a new era of colonialism? Chatelard will present her landmark television
The joint statement on linking the Eurasian Economic Union and Silk Road Economic Belt was signed more than one year ago. Since then, cooperation hasn’t produced much except hot air. Vita Spivak weighs in on the lack of real partnership between Moscow and Beijing in this new YCW Partner Post.