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April 23, 2007

"Is What You Read About China Remotely Reliable?"

Here, from Asia Business Intelligence, by American lawyer and Asia business consultant Rich Kuslan. Kuslan's post is inspired by an article by Carsten Holz of The Far Eastern Economic Review appearing this month at New York Times writer Howard W. French's blog, A Glimpse of the World. Holz's article is entitled "Have China Scholars All Been Bought?".

Posted by JD Hull at April 23, 2007 02:06 PM


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