Christopher Jing, Independent Economist— If overseas Chinese are antagonized by the Chinese government for offering criticism intended to help [China], China will eventually lose their support. The government has invested heavily in improving China’s image abroad, but these efforts are insignificant compared to the impact that overseas Chinese can have on foreigners’ perception of China. Moreover, the overwhelming majority of Chinese haven’t accumulated wealth through unfair practices, nor have they contributed to corruption; they simply wish their homeland well, that’s all.
February 4, 2014
October 29, 2013
Stay up to date with the timeline of Trump and the Trump Administration’s China Policies.
SR: The Week’s China Reads
Every week, China Program’s Senior Advisor Dr. Robert A. Kapp compiles a reading list and provides commentary, for you to better understand China.
Robert A. Kapp is senior advisor to the China Program at the Carter Center. He has been principal of Robert A. Kapp and Associates, a business consulting firm, since 2004. From 1994 through 2004 he served as President of the United States-China Business Council…