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China’s leftover women: an interview with Leta Hong Fincher

China’s leftover women: an interview with Leta Hong Fincher

by Linda van der Horst and En Liang Khong 21 April 2014, original link: Opendemocracy Chinese […]

Harvard University Press

Harvard University Press

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Live at the Association for Asian Studies
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Live at the Association for Asian Studies

This week, Sinica presents a special live recording from the annual meeting of the Association for Asian Studies (AAS) which convened in Philadelphia, …

China, Japan and the U.S.—Will Cooler Heads Prevail?
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China, Japan and the U.S.—Will Cooler Heads Prevail?

U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel’s whirlwind tour of China this week saw a …

With Dietary Shift, China Facing Health Crisis
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With Dietary Shift, China Facing Health Crisis

Tom Levitt: What are the dietary changes going on in China today? Barry Popkin: There are three…

The Journal of Contemporary China
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The Journal of Contemporary China

The Journal of Contemporary China

Why Taiwan’s Protestors Stuck It Out
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Why Taiwan’s Protestors Stuck It Out

Some might say, “a half-million Taiwanese can’t be wrong.” That’s how many islanders descended upon their capital city, Taipei, on March 30 to shout their …

Sunflower Protestors Open Up
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Sunflower Protestors Open Up

On March 18 some 200 Taiwanese, mostly college students, stormed the offices of Taiwan’s legislature, beginning a protest over a proposed trade agreement between the …

Leaving Afghanistan: is it finally time to be positive about this blighted nation?
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Leaving Afghanistan: is it finally time to be positive about this blighted nation?

There is seldom an excess of good news coming out of Afghanistan, but until the triumphant success of the presidential election on Saturday 5 April, optimism was in notably short supply among the Kabul-based foreign press corps. …

Crimea Rattles the Chinese Dream
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Crimea Rattles the Chinese Dream

At the Sochi Winter Olympics, President Xi Jinping professed his affection for Russian letters. Pushkin, Lermontov, Gogol, and other literary giants made up the reading list of his youth, and his…