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What Today's Cross Strait Leaders Can Learn From Sun Yat-Sen
Wang Zhongfang shares his views on cross straits relations and discusses whether Sun Yat-Sen's Three Principles of the People have been forgotten on both sides.
Seymour and Audrey Topping recall their impressions of Zhou En-Lai and compare his vision to the reality of modern China.
Professor Richard Hardiman discusses major institutional and policy changes necessary for China to solve its water management problems.
Mei Yan tells the story of the deal that broke open the Chinese market to foreign media.
Michael Chinoy reveals the hoops reporters past and present must jump through to bring China news to global attention.

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John D Liu Lessons on Ecological Rehabilitation From the Loess Plateau
John D. Liu - Environmental Education Media Project, Director
The Environmental Education Media Project (EEMP) documented a decade long World Bank project located in the north central China Loess Plateau, which dramatically and successfully transformed an area larger than Belgium from a totally devastated...
Wu Changhua Full Speed Ahead on the Road to a Low Carbon Economy
Wu Changhua - The Climate Group, Greater China Director
According to The Climate Group, the question is not whether China can achieve a low carbon economy, but rather, how they will do it. Multiple reports by The Climate Group assert that China is working to create its own development path.  Wu...
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Wen-Jei Fang - Weston Environmental Consulting, General Manager
In China, 30% of the usable land is considered contaminated, leading to over $400 billion US dollars in environmental earmarks in the 12th Five Year Plan (2010-2015). As awareness of environmental problems increases and enforcement is strengthened,...

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Mike Chinoy - USC US-China Institute, Senior Fellow
Our good friend Mike Chinoy and his colleagues at the USC US-China Institute recently released their latest documentary titled "Assignment: China - The Week That Changed The World". The...
Jeremy Goldkorn Meet the Chinese Netizen
Jeremy Goldkorn - Danwei.org, Founder and Editor in Chief
There are 400,000,000 Chinese netizens. 55% of them are blogging.  They are young, spend much of their free time online, and have more friends online that they do in real life. They are very...
david ben kay Pioneering New Media Art in China
David Ben Kay - Yuanfen~Flow Business Incubator, Chairman
David Ben Kay decided to leave behind his life as Microsoft's Anti-Counterfeiting Czar, and devote himself to making a home for New Media Art in China, the Yuanfen gallery in Beijing's legendary 798...

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