My Republica

Andrew Sheng and Xiao Geng

Anger in America

June 27, 2018 00:30 AM

Trump has exploited popular anger to advance his own interests. But he did not create that anger. America’s elites have spent decades doing that

Judging Chinese governance

March 29, 2018 00:30 AM

Western view that Xi Jinping is laying groundwork for a Mao Zedong-style personality cult is fundamentally flawed

Search for quality growth

February 7, 2018 00:50 AM

It will not be easy to realize vision of “people-centered development” that Xi announced. But China is on right track.

China’s digital challenges

December 28, 2017 00:35 AM

If China is to ensure continued development of its digital economy while containing risks associated with disruption, its leaders will need to implement smart regulations.

China’s war on corruption

November 27, 2017 00:30 AM

Recognizing the potential of corruption to undermine the legitimacy of Communist Party, Xi has embarked on an anti-graft campaign that is unprecedented in scale.

China’s Pearl

June 6, 2017 00:15 AM

July 1, 2017, will mark the 20th anniversary of Hong Kong’s return to China, after more than a century of British colonial rule. It comes at a moment when China’s leaders are increasingly promoting Hong Kong’s unique role in advancing the country’s economic development.

Sino-American challenge

May 3, 2017 00:35 AM

It seems the status quo in US-China relation, which is crucial for global trade, growth and stability, will be maintained. That is good news for Chinese and US workers alike

Great Chinese urbanization

April 10, 2017 10:29 AM

HONG KONG: Residential property prices in China’s first-tier cities—Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, and Shenzhen—are back up. A home there now runs buyers half as much as a home in the world’s most expensive cities: New York City, London, and Hong Kong.