Michael Laha obtained his Masters in East Asian Cultures and Languages from Columbia University before joining the Asia Society Center on U.S.-China Relations as a U.S.-China Dialogue Fellow. He spent a year at Nanchang University in Jiangxi Province teaching English. He is interested in social innovation, education, and science and technology in the U.S.-China context.

Last Updated: September 26, 2016

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What Should the U.S. Presidential Candidates Be Saying on China?

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Barely eight weeks before the United States presidential election, Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and her Republican rival Donald Trump have said surprisingly little about how they plan to address China—in areas ranging from the global economy...