If you have 46 minutes to spare, Tiger Talk 一虎一席谈 is a recommended watch.
A prominent political forum on the more outward looking Phoenix TV, it features international representation conversant in Chinese to provide an offering of balanced perspectives. It shows the strides many foreigners have gone through to be competent to engage in discourse and often argument with Chinese policy makers, intellectuals, military officials and the like.
This episodes shows both sides of the coin on the China India border dispute.
Filed under: Beijing Consensus, Charm Offensive, Chinese Model, Communications, Culture, Democracy, Domestic Growth, Government & Policy, Greater China, India, Influence, International Relations, Mapping Feelings, Media, Peaceful Development, People, Politics, Territorial Disputes, The Chinese Identity, Youtube
October 3, 2012 • 1:46 pm
Greetings! Here’s sharing a latest project on initial visits to China’s other narratives.
China is far from monolithic ,
The cities along the East coast may dominate popular discourse.
But our journeys cover Northwest and Southwest China,
away from the steel-citied skies,
where culture breathes deeper.
the ancient cities and former capitals of dynastic strife,
Xi’An and Chengdu, the city set in the hills Guilin,
and their surrounds.
Re-imagining ‘home’ as
returning overseas-born Chinese sojourn brothers.
Featuring photos from our journeys
to uncover the other side of China.
Production, photography and music by
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From Taiwan-based Next Media Animation, here’s a light-hearted take on the merry-go-round of entanglement of economic interdependence the US and China have gotten themselves into.
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US-Sino Currency Rap Battle
by Next Media Animation
Source – Youtube, published November 10, 2010
The G20 is getting underway in South Korea. High on the agenda is the brewing currency battle between China and the United States.
Need a primer on the issues? Check out our US-Sino Currency Rap Battle, featuring Chinese president Hu Jintao and American president Barack Obama.
China has mad stacks of US Treasury debt and fears America will inflate its way out the hole by weakening the greenback further. Read the rest of this entry »
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