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Magazine articles on politics and society in China and Hong Kong.
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Knowledge@Wharton Shanghai and Hong Kong: China's Twin Engines of Growth China's economy will be like a giant 747 with Shanghai and Hong Kong acting as its two main engines, if Hong Kong can reinvent itself to balance Shanghai's growing prosperity, according to Ming K. Chan, an authority on Hong Kong and Asian development. mark for My Articles 1063 similar articles
Search Engine Watch
September 16, 2002
Danny Sullivan
China's Great Wall Against Google And AltaVista So can people in China get to Google or not? Yes, apparently so. However, there are still reports of trouble when conducting particular searches, which suggest that some selective blocking is happening. Meanwhile, the situation with AltaVista being blocked appears to continue. mark for My Articles 2611 similar articles
November 2002
Arthur Kroeber
The Hot Zone An untamed technology boom is sweeping through China's Pearl River Delta, where cheap labor, mass production, police thugs, and get-rich-quick dreams rule. It's a terrible, horrible, lawless frontier. And it works. mark for My Articles 128 similar articles
Finance & Development
September 1, 2002
Adhikari & Yang
What Will WTO Membership Mean for China and Its Trading Partners? After 15 years of arduous negotiations, China became the 143rd member of the World Trade Organization. The opening of an economy as large as China's can be disruptive to some developing countries in the short run, but, in the long run, it should benefit not only China but also its trading partners. mark for My Articles 839 similar articles
Finance & Development
September 1, 2002
Shang-Jin Wei
Is Globalization Good for the Poor in China? Developing countries worry that opening up to trade with the rest of the world may make the poor poorer and the rich richer, with China sometimes cited as an example of growing income inequality. A recent IMF study, however, finds that the reality is far more complex. mark for My Articles 123 similar articles
September 30, 2002
Janelle Brown
My past life as a dog For 12 years, Buddhist nun Tenzin Palmo meditated alone in a tiny cave in Tibet. Now she wants to elevate the status of other Buddhist women, believed to be reincarnated as females as punishment for past mistakes. mark for My Articles 42 similar articles
August 2002
David Sheff
Enter the Dragon China will soon be the biggest PC market in the world, and everyone wants a piece of it. One problem: A homegrown powerhouse called Legend. mark for My Articles 665 similar articles
July 8, 2002
Lisa Movius
Imitation nation Is piracy-crazed China a nightmare vision of the future, or just a developing country going through some severe growing pains? mark for My Articles 624 similar articles
Knowledge@Wharton `Informal' Entrepreneurship Is the Key to China's Success China is turning conventional business wisdom on its head... mark for My Articles 672 similar articles
March 21, 2002
Andrew Leonard
Will the Net save China? A breathless new book predicts that Chinese digerati will revive their nation's glory -- but massive poverty and autocratic rulers won't vanish at the click of a mouse... mark for My Articles 774 similar articles
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