3 Signs China May Be Ready to Innovate

The country may one day have its own Silicon Valley, says James Fallows, but first it has to meet these requirements.

The country may one day have its own Silicon Valley. But as James Fallows argues here, it must first meet these requirements.


Jennie Rothenberg Gritz is a senior editor at The Atlantic, where she edits digital features.

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