Earlier this week China’s state commercial-aerospace company, known as COMAC, rolled out the new C919 airliner it has been…
Today the long-planned Chinese rival to Boeing and Airbus, the C919, made its debut in Shanghai. Huzzah! …
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A Chinese plane was not allowed to land at some Chinese airports. Why that matters.
China is doing better, doing worse, and staying the same. Discuss.
On democracy in Hong Kong and economic reforms in Beijing
Whenever the People's Liberation Army Air Force decides it's time to practice, millions of passengers sit in the terminal or on the taxiway and fume.
Is the country moving from "efficient corruption" to something worse?
Why China's pilots have the opportunity to be the world's best.
The people who drive on China's roads may soon be able to fly in its skies!
Is China just getting going? Or is the tough part just beginning? Here's a strong statement of the latter case.
Family news on the book front.
A trip northward from DC, to discuss China and America
Most of us were here when 'Obamacare' was passed. Talking with someone who was there helping Medicare get through.
'China in the Clouds' and other translation possibilities
Another step in China's ambitions to become a world aerospace power
A roundup of recent book-related news.
Two gentlemen from Shanghai debate the future of China -- in a for-real, very interesting debate
The Peking Duck weighs in.
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