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Magazine articles on politics and society in China and Hong Kong.
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March 2002
Michael Kaplan
The High Tech Trifecta They've got multimillion-dollar bankrolls, lightning-fast networks, and a probability-crunching system that leaves the odds in the dust. Meet the pari-mutuel fund managers who are redefining horse racing... mark for My Articles 123 similar articles
February 4, 2002
Terence Clarke
Tibet: Lost in the Himalayas An American photographer who brought three children out of Tibet talks about how the country's legendary spiritual tradition is vanishing... mark for My Articles 241 similar articles
December 11, 2001
Matt Weiser
Sweatshop Stars and Stripes How Chinese communism is profiting from America's post-Sept. 11 love affair with the flag... mark for My Articles 90 similar articles
December 3, 2001
Janelle Brown
"A Woman Soldier's Own Story" by Xie Bingying An autobiography of a rebellious Chinese girl who kicked off her footbindings and an arranged marriage to join the army is available in English for the first time... mark for My Articles 63 similar articles
Knowledge@Wharton Should Hong Kong Worry When China Joins the WTO? What's good for China is good for Hong Kong, said Frederic Lau, chief representative of the Hong Kong Monetary Authority's New York office... mark for My Articles 1139 similar articles
July 18, 2001
Allen Barra
The IOC's China problem No matter how clean his record is, even the newly elected president of the world's most corrupt sports organization is suspect within its sordid structure. A look at the International Olympic Committee and it's refusal to stand up to China. mark for My Articles 52 similar articles
Sports Illustrated
July 13, 2001
Brian Cazeneuve
China scores decisive victory The IOC decided to award the 2008 Olympics to Beijing, a controversial move that carries a strong statement... mark for My Articles 218 similar articles
May 30, 2001
Lisa Movius
To be young, Chinese and Weiku China's dot-com boom went bust, but it gave birth to a way-cool generation of Web users who are creating their own cultural revolution... mark for My Articles 507 similar articles
May 30, 2001
Katharine Mieszkowski
The price of Internet freedom Chinese dissidents thought of Yang Zili as a Web handyman. The government saw him as a threat... mark for My Articles 241 similar articles
Sports Illustrated
April 17, 2001
Gene Menez
Five-Ring Circus The spy-plane incident has thrown into high relief areas of conflict between China and the U.S., not the least of which is Beijing's bid for the 2008 Summer Games... mark for My Articles 253 similar articles
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