Why everything written down and filed away in an archive is not necessarily true. Continue reading Was My Research Subject a Cannibal?
The spring of 1966 was, in Zhang Zhonghan’s mind, just the beginning of a grand project to color in a blank piece of paper, Xinjiang, with the youth of the nation. Continue reading The Blank Piece of Paper
A research tool for the newly published Collected Works of Zhao Ziyang. Continue reading Indexing Zhao Ziyang’s Collected Works
“Mao Unplugged: The Chairman Between War and Revolution” is coming to Toronto in March 2017. Continue reading Mark Your Calendars: Mao at #AAS2017
Why do we remember the Kennan long telegram and the Novikov cable, but not the Canadian counterpart? Continue reading The Canadian Long Telegram
I am giving a conference paper next week at the 2016 SHAFR Annual Meeting on Coca-Cola’s fitful return to China in the late 1970s and early 1980s. Continue reading Coca-Cola in China
“The idea was a good one,” remarked Wellington Koo . “The Asiatic countries should get together.” Continue reading “The Asiatic countries should get together”