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Caixin Media

02.01.16

Tough Times call for Tougher Reform Push

Beijing has has done a good job in terms of industrializing the country but will face unprecedented challenges when dealing with a service-driven economy.

China’s Obsolete Economic Strategy

The Editorial Board
New York Times
The Editorial Board
China has changed dramatically over 30 years, and command-and-control economic management will not produce the results of the past.

China's Markets—A Sharp Reminder on Reform

Australian Financial Review
The old command model has reached its limits: if China wants things to stay the same, it will have to change. 

After Mysterious Disappearance, Hong Kong Publisher Claims He Is In China ‘Cooperating with Authorities’

Simon Denyer
Washington Post
Simon Denyer
Lee Bo specializes in books critical of the Communist Party.

Conversation

12.23.15

China in 2016

Andrew J. Nathan, Bethany Allen-Ebrahimian & more
What should China watchers be watching most closely in China in 2016? What developments would be the most meaningful? What predictions can be made sensibly?

Will China’s Censorship Spread?

LI YUAN
Wall Street Journal
LI YUAN
Since last year, China has been promoting its notion of ‘Internet sovereignty’ for global Internet governance.

Reports: China Tycoon Appears at Event After Disappearance

Associated Press
The chairman of the Chinese conglomerate said he was assisting an official investigation after he disappeared for a day last week.

The Hard Reality Behind China’s Soft Power

Hannah Beech
Time
Hannah Beech
Even as China burnishes its image overseas, the Communist Party conducts brutal suppression of civil liberties at home.

China’s Database of ‘Living Buddhas’ Is the Latest Attempt to Control Tibetan Affairs

Hannah Beech
Time
Hannah Beech
The Chinese government’s self-declared right to choose living Buddhas extends to the Dalai Lama.

A Wordless Elegy for China’s War Dead

DIDI KIRSTEN TATLOW
New York Times
DIDI KIRSTEN TATLOW
Mr. Wang explained why he wanted to write a requiem about a war that ended 70 years ago.

China Disappearances Highlight Ruling Party Detention System

Bloomberg
Caixin magazine reported that Guo Guangchang, the billionaire chairman of Fosun International Ltd. couldn’t be contacted.

Polluted Skies Heighten Challenge for Chinese Government

EDWARD WONG
New York Times
EDWARD WONG
Red has been considered the color of prosperity and good fortune in China for centuries, and it is also the color of the Communist Party.

Mission Improbable—Jack Ma, China’s Biggest E-Commerce Tycoon, Wants To Be a Media Mogul Too

Economist
Jack Ma, Alibaba’s billionaire boss, wants to be a global media mogul.

China Denounces Dalai Lama's 'Sympathy' for Islamic State

Sui-Lee Wee and Ben Blanchard
Reuters
Sui-Lee Wee and Ben Blanchard
"By saying, 'listen, understand and respect' them, it exposes, in his very bones, his sympathy or endorsement for IS."...

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