Articles tagged with china

Macabe Keliher

Markets have played a central role in the country’s explosive development since the 1980s. But as GDP rose, inequality has soared—a stark turn away from earlier socialist ideals.

Macabe Keliher

Founded a century ago, the Chinese Communist Party has repeatedly defied predictions of its demise. Today it retains popular support by selectively repressing and responding to social demands.

Macabe Keliher

While economists enshrine Hong Kong as the ideal free market, the social consequences of its neoliberal policies have been disastrous.

Yasheng Huang

Some have praised China's response to the COVID-19 pandemic, but its suppression of information helped cause the problem in the first place.

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Frank Pasquale

Reputational currency, like China’s Social Credit Score, rebrands repression as rational nudging. And these algorithmic governance models are spreading.

Diana Fu Greg Distelhorst Yue Hou

Despite the risks, Chinese social media users are beating online censorship.

Nick Admussen

The effects of revolutionary violence on Chinese poetry.

Drew Calvert

A crosscultural reading group in Beijing.

Ali Wyne

Charles Kenny's The Upside of Down.

Drew Calvert

Yu Hua's Boy in the Twilight.