Perhaps more valuable — and certainly more fragile — is the mutual respect and friendship that the two peoples have managed to build over the past 40 years through travel, cultural exchanges and eventually, the Internet.
January 28, 2013
As state censorship strangles Chinese journalism in its vice grip, it is also driving China’s brightest away from an industry that desperately needs their idealism and intellect.
January 14, 2013
The societal costs associated with China’s one-child policy today have become much too high, and its efficacy much too dubious to justify its continuation.
November 29, 2012
I have to admit, it was a little weird being an international student at Yale during election season. Everywhere I turned, I was greeted by […]
November 9, 2012
I am quite embarrassed to admit that I had never heard of Mo Yan before he won the 2012 Nobel Prize in literature. To be […]
October 18, 2012
As Daw Aung San Suu Kyi entered the doors of the Timothy Dwight college dining hall, the commotion in the room dwindled to a hushed […]
September 28, 2012
I call my parents about once a week. My mom, always the practical one, goes to painstaking lengths to make sure that I am not […]
September 19, 2012
When I first heard that President Levin was going to step down at the end of the school year, I was shocked. As an international […]
September 7, 2012
As a member of the Chinese Undergraduate Students at Yale, I recently participated in organizing the Night Market event co-hosted by the Asian American Students […]
April 18, 2012
In the past week, hundreds of colleges across the United States have released their admissions decisions for the class of 2016. Acceptance letters, tucked into […]
April 6, 2012
Takashi Kawamura is the mayor of Nagoya, Japan. Yet he wasn’t representing the citizens of Nagoya last Monday when he publicly denied that the Nanjing […]
March 1, 2012