The decision-making of NGOs in China is affected by economic, political, and sociocultural factors. This offers important insights into changing state-society relations in the transition to capitalism.
Do we need to rethink the way foreigners are given Chinese names?
A billion people in China are NOT in the middle class. This has important implications for understanding Chinese economic development as well as an enormous untapped consumer market.
One thing that strikes me about us serious China observers is that we are frequently and completely wrong about the direction China is headed.
Fei Xiaotong presented an empathetic and prescient account of the problems facing changing village economies in his native land of China.
Guanxi is at the heart of Chinese social and professional relationships. Understanding its system of reciprocity is vital for navigating business and foreign policy negotiations.
Parents allowing their children to urinate on city streets is a reflection of China’s rapid urbanization over the past 40 years.