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Chinese Dream: To Become the Father of an American, by Jia Jia


Jia Jia(贾葭) is an editor and commentator with the iSunAffairs Weekly in Hong Kong.Link to the original is here. A while ago, my neighbor’s Japanese car had its tires slashed, and a note was posted on its windshield that read: … Continue reading

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Where good news is disappointing and bad news is hopeful


Just a quick thought today: As I tell people in the States, when it comes to China, seemingly good news is often bad, and seemingly bad news is often good. In many cases, like increased numbers of AIDS cases, higher … Continue reading

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Yin-Yang: American Perspectives on Living in China – Book Review


A few months ago I reviewed Yes China! by Neil Clark, and when a friend asked me to review another book about teaching English in China I was a little hesitant to commit to reading what to me has already … Continue reading

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