YCW’s Joshua Cartwright spoke with Yuen Yuen Ang about her book “China’s Gilded Age: The Paradox of Economic Boom and Vast Corruption,” which challenges the conventional wisdom surrounding the subject and offers new insights in how to measure and understand corruption both in China and beyond.
Voice on China – Peter Lorentzen: Assistant Professor, University of San Francisco
With the number of CCDI cases increasing each year, Peter Lorentzen his insights on Xi’s anti-corruption campaign and the networks of three “tigers” from a recent paper entitled “Personal Ties, Meritocracy, and China’s Anti-Corruption Campaign,” co-authored with Xi Lu.
Featured Young China Watchers – Elaine Chow and Jessica Colwell: Hosts, “In the Name of the Podcast”
Elaine Chow and Jessica Colwell, hosts of a podcast tracking the hit Chinese TV show “In the Name of the People” (人民的名义), talk to YCW about how corruption is portrayed in Chinese media and the challenges of being a journalist in China.
Speaker Interview – Kerry Brown: Charting the Rise of Xi Jinping
Kerry Brown is Professor of Chinese Studies and Director of the Lau China Institute at King’s College, London. Prior to this he was a diplomat, working for the British Foreign Office in London and China from 1998 to 2005, and
Voices on China – Benjamin Lim, North Asia Specialist Correspondent, Reuters
Benjamin Lim is the North Asia Specialist Correspondent for Reuters, based in Beijing. Ben joined Reuters in 1991, serving as Taipei bureau chief from 2000 to 2002 and Beijing bureau chief from 2008 to 2010. Having broken some of the