Perspectives on China

Tibet ProtestDuring my time in Portugal I was of course constantly accompanied by my podcasts. Among the programs that I found fairly interesting, On Point Radio was doing their program from Shanghai for a week. At a time where I’m fairly disgusted and often confused about what China is doing to its people and the world, it was of particular interest to hear Tom Ashbrook interviewing various Chinese guests on the topic of the Environment in Crisis and China, Dissent in China, and even China at the Movies.

I imagine many of you also have questions and a desire to better understand what is happening. Questions like, is a boycott the right move or not, and is the situation in China as terrible as it often seems.. etc etc. After listening to these shows I can say, though I may not have the answers, I definitely have a better idea.

With any luck, one day I too can be like Tom and go on my own to someplace in China (Macau for me, in honor of my Portugueseness) and to my own series of podcasts about life and society in China.

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2 thoughts on “Perspectives on China

  • April 25, 2008 at 5:51 am
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    WECLOME YOU TO KNOW THE TRUE CHINA, NOT THE CHINA IN THE EURO-AMERICAN BASED MEDIA.

  • April 28, 2008 at 6:13 pm
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    What’s the difference, Jack?

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