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Frank Ching

Actions Speak Louder...

May 09, 2012 Frank Ching

...than words, and actions in China of late have been deafening. A quick survey of world newspaper opinion pages shows the damage to China’s soft power because of recent scandals, hidden power struggles and repression

Red Flagging Reform

Apr 12, 2012 Frank Ching

Ousting of ambitious Bo Xilai and advent of reformers would be welcomed by China's foreign investors


Toxic Jasmine

If you’re looking for good jasmine tea on Baidu, China’s biggest search engine, you may be in for a surprise. Even a song about the beautiful jasmine flower sung by Kenyan students along with President Hu Jintao is censored.

Tomorrow’s Chinese Leaders

Jan 17, 2011 Frank Ching

At least one of the leaked cables about China is of unusual value as it sheds light on Washington’s expectations of its relationship with China over the next three decades.


The Beijing Standard

China seems to believe that it can interfere in the internal affairs of other nations without entertaining any dialogue about is own domestic policies.

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