Harry W.S. Lee is a journalist based in East Asia. He has written for World Policy Journal and Korea Joongang Daily. His coverage of the Occupy Wall Street protests and New York Police Department's surveillance of Muslim communities at New York University have also been featured in The Nation.

Lee completed an M.Phil. in Modern Chinese Studies at the University of Oxford and holds a B.A. in Political Science and Economics from New York University. Having lived in the U.K., the U.S., and South Korea, Lee will be working as a freelance journalist in Beijing.

Last Updated: September 2, 2014



The Danger of China’s ‘Chosen Trauma’

Harry W.S. Lee
When we see young Chinese people at a state event collectively chant, “Do not forget national humiliation and realize the Chinese dream!” we may be tempted to dismiss it as yet another piece of CCP propaganda. But we may also find ourselves...