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English-born Geoffrey Murray is a former Vietnam War correspondent and long-time writer on Asian affairs who now teaches writing at a top university in Beijing.
2012 May 7
Door to Chinese investment should open, despite doubts
The cash-strapped West should recognize that, despite its mistrust of Chinese investment, such investment is needed now more than ever.
2012 May 1
Foreign universities seek China growth benefits
The increasing presence of foreign universities in China is a sign of the country's growing internationalism.
2012 April 21
Hong Kong thriving like never before
Hong Kong’s growth is surging despite initial Western pessimism.
2012 April 16
Diverging paths of nuclear power
Both China and Japan halted their nuclear power plans after the 2011 Fukushima disaster. But now their paths seem to be diverging.
2012 April 7
Elderly care worries become more acute
The growing size of China's aging population begins to weigh down its economic growth.
2012 April 3
FDI slowdown will spur industrial transformation
China's coastal regions begin the transformation into the service industry.
2012 March 21
Education's future in home learning
Ease of travel has been a feature of globalization, but in the course for higher education, physical relocation for school in foreign lands could rapidly become a thing of the past.
2012 March 16
Trying to put the pieces back together in Somalia
Crippled Somalia is headed towards becoming the new leading training ground for international terrorism as al-Shabab experiences rapid growth.
2012 March 7
China can avoid welfare pitfalls
By starting its social security and medical and health care reforms late, China can learn from mistakes made by the US and Europe.
2012 February 20
Battle rages over 'generic' medicine
Drug multinationals' battle against generic medicine manufactures risks eroding what's been achieved in reducing the costs of treating life-threatening diseases.
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