Tuesday August 20, 2019

 

August 2019 U.S.-CHINA NEWS Featuring: Trump announces addition tariffs on $300 billion worth of Chinese goods. Read More


 

 

 

July 23, 2019 OP-ED: Leave Hong Kong Alone [SCMP] The Hong Kong protests are out of control and, if left unchecked, will damage Hong Kong’s future. Chi Wang analyzes the forces behind the protests and who is really benefiting from all the chaos. Read More 


 

 

July 19, 2019 OP-ED: America’s Obsession with Chinese Spying is Hurting Innocent People [The Diplomat] The U.S. intelligence community has been unfairly targeting innocent Chinese-Americans due to paranoia over Chinese spying. This racist discrimination has far-reaching implications that will hurt America in the long run. Read More 


 

 

June 17, 2019 OP-ED: China Should Start Paying Attention to 2020 Candidates [SCMP] Although Republicans and Democrats are sharply divided on most issues, their China policies tend to be surprisingly similar. Chi Wang discusses whether or not it matters which candidate prevails in the 2020 presidential election. Read More 


 

 

June 10, 2019 OP-ED: While US.-China Relations Sour, U.S.-Taiwan Relations Soar [SCMP] Chi Wang discusses the 40th anniversary of the Taiwan Relations Act and the significance of America’s failure to acknowledge this milestone. Read More 


 

 

 

June 3, 2019 Reflections on the Evolution of U.S.-China Relations [WJMC] Chi Wang looks back of 70 years of U.S.-China relations since the founding of the People’s Republic of China, and his own experiences after coming to the United States that same year. Read More 

 


 

 

May 27, 2019 OP-ED: The Long History of U.S.-China Mistrust [SCMP] The hawkish U.S. attitude towards China is not new. It has its roots in past mistrust — from the Chinese Exclusion Act to McCarthyism and the Red Scare. Read More 

 


 

 

May 11, 2019 OP-ED: The Role of Race and Culture in the U.S.-China Rivalry [SCMP] A look at the comments made by State Department official Kiron Skinner and danger to U.S. policy in failing to truly understand China. Read More

 


 

 

May 2, 2019 OP-ED: Media’s Lack of Asian-American Representation [SCMP] Chi Wang discusses the under-representation of Asian Americans — on of the U.S.’s fastest growing demographics — among journalists and related media. Read More

 


 

May 1, 2019 The May Fourth Movement Remembered This year marks the 100th anniversary of China’s May Fourth Movement. Find out more about its history and significance today. Read More

 


 

April 19, 2019 The U.S. Is Pushing Back Against China. What Happens If We Succeed? [The Diplomat] American scholars and policymakers are taking a harder stance towards China. Professor Chi Wang considers the changing attitude in the U.S. and what would happen if China actually did collapse. Read More

 


 

April 18, 2019. Lamenting a Disappearing Chinese Art Form [South China Morning Post] Professor Chi Wang details his experience with calligraphy and collecting Chinese artwork, and how such practices are disappearing today. Read More.

 


 

April 12, 2019. OP-ED: In China, a Divided America Finds a Foe to Unite Against [South China Morning Post] As the US political divide deepens, China is becoming an increasingly attractive distraction for politicians, the media, and the American public. Read More. 

 


 

April 2019 U.S.-CHINA NEWS Featuring: U.S. won’t send ships to China’s naval celebration. Read More

 


 

March 18, 2019 OP-ED: Cheating Allegations Damage Perception of Chinese Students [South China Morning Post] Flawed system for admitting Chinese students in U.S. universities opens door for cheating, cultural misunderstanding, and accusations of racism. Read More

 


 

March 10, 2019 Op-ED: 挖趣│從文徵明到張大千 名畫收藏在我家 Professor Chi Wang discusses his experiences collecting Chinese paintings and calligraphy. Read More

 


 

March 2019 U.S.-CHINA NEWS Featuring: U.S.- China Trade Talks and the tensions between China, the U.S. and Canada, summit between the U.S. and Korea and Philippines’ worries of war in the South China Sea. Read More

 


 

February 13, 2019 REMEMBERING RODERICK MACFARQUHAR One of the most well-respected and knowledgeable China scholars, Professor Roderick MacFarquhar, passed away on February 10. Chi Wang remembers the life and contributions of his friend. Read More

 


 

February 2019 U.S.-CHINA NEWS Featuring: U.S.- China Trade Talks and the tension between mainland China and Taiwan. Read More

 


 

February 11, 2019 OP-ED: THE DIFFICULTIES FOR DEMOCRACY IN CHINA [South China Morning Post] China’s history and past forms of governance make it difficult for a Western style of democracy to gain traction and truly work. Read More

 


 

January 25, 2019 OP-ED: GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN DAMAGING US REPUTATION GLOBALLY [South China Morning Post] government workers are going to food banks and America’s reputation is plummeting globally while Republicans and Democrats play politics and disregard opportunities for compromise. Read More

 


 

January 10, 2019 OP-ED: THE U.S.-CHINA RELATIONSHIP IS TOO BIG TO FAIL [South China Morning Post] How can the current leaders, with their conflicting goals, find a way to move the bilateral relationship forward? Read More

 


 

JANUARY 2019 U.S.-CHINA NEWS Featuring: U.S. State Department Issues New China Travel Warning, Trade Talks Continue in Beijing, Tensions between China, the U.S. and Canada, and U.S., UK Hold Military Drills in South China Sea. Read More

 

 

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