The commanding heights of international prestige have outsized importance to societies on the way up. And understandably so. …
As I have mentioned over the years, most recently here, environmental sustainability in all its forms is China’s toughest challenge…
My lord. The livestream is here. If I were living in — oh, I don’t know, maybe Japan…
A new study finds that air pollution kills 4,000 people per day in China.
It is the most important country for America’s future. Does that mean it’s the most dangerous?
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Why the passing of a 91-year-old Singaporean is attracting such notice
"I just don't want to live like this," a prominent Chinese journalist says about the environmental hell that her country has become. We are witnessing a very important moment for China's future, and for its effect on the world.
"Pinging Baidu without a VPN takes 17ms on average with 0% loss; pinging the Atlantic without a VPN takes 350ms and about 40% loss." Chronicles of a country walling itself off
A preposterously nationalistic video celebrating Internet censorship, which gets less funny the more you think about it
Let's hope that some day we'll look back on the current crackdown as an unfortunate phase.
Take a look at this video. These are the people the Chinese government thinks shouldn't get open access to the Internet.
The government is very conservative about some aspects of expression. When it comes to others...
And in the worst possible way
Wednesday's news doesn't mean that global climate negotiations will succeed. But it means they're no longer guaranteed to fail.
"Facebook is blocked in China, but Chinese media and social media was aflame with the story of the multi-billionaire founder of Facebook who speaks Chinese!"
Finale on the Zuckerberg-in-China saga
"Yes, I could give a 30-minute Chinese-language speech much better than Zuckerberg’s. But I will never be able to satisfy the request to do so in front of millions of people."
A Chinese plane was not allowed to land at some Chinese airports. Why that matters.
What looks "strong" to the Washington commentariat would only weaken the demonstrators' position