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Monthly Archives: July 2011

High-Speed Train Derails in Zhejiang Province

In a gigantic blow to the credibility and safety of China’s high-speed rail network, a train traveling from Zhejiang’sView full post »

China Surges Ahead While Ideological Battles Hinder the U.S.

“Public policy, stripped to its basics, is a choice among value alternatives. What one person will vehemently contend is the correctView full post »

World’s Longest Sea Bridge Opens in Qingdao

To mark the 90th Anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party two weeks ago, the seaside city of Qingdao in Shandong province openedView full post »

A Guide to China’s Rising Urban Areas

Source: Demographia World Urban Areas: Population & Projections: 6th Edition. http://demographia.com/db-worldua.pdf   I have a newView full post »

Torrential Rains and Flooding in Chengdu

It’s been a rough start to the summer season for provinces in central and southwest China. Torrential rain and floods have affectedView full post »

Local Debt Adding Fuel to Bearish Outlook on China

Credit rating agency Moody’s recently released a report claiming that Chinese financial auditors have understated local governmentView full post »

Beijing to Shanghai High-Speed Rail Opens

Photo by bennettdesign China’s ambitious high-speed rail program inaugurated perhaps its most important line yesterday: Beijing toView full post »