What China is Getting Right

Complain as we might about life in China, the last thirty-four years or so haven’t been all bad: we have seen three decades of roughly ten percent GDP growth, a whole lot of people eating a whole lot better than they did, and impressive progress improving life expectancy, infant mortality, literacy rates, and more, not to mention a slew of prescient infrastructure investments in transportation and telecommunication networks.

This week on Sinica, Kaiser Kuo and Jeremy Goldkorn are joined by Jeremiah Jenne, Director of IES Beijing and popular blogger, for a look into what we love about China and what the government is doing right. It was fun coming up with our own lists and comparing them, so we would be curious what yours look like too: please share in the comments section below.