Finally got published in the UK! One of my short stories – yes I do write short stories – has been published by Wasafiri, a magazine of international contemporary writing. I hope it’ll be step closer to get a book published in the country I am living in. https://www.wasafiri.org/product/wasafiri-issue-103-pre-order/
Friends, I need your support! China Remembers is an oral history book of China’s first 50 years that I co-authored with my ex Calum MacLeod. A Germany based publisher has just published it as an ebook. See the link below. https://www.wandtigerverlag.de/en/latest-publication/ https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B08CNJGF57/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=China+Remembers&qid=1594327936&sr=8-1 People say that to understand China, you need to understand its past. I’d… Continue reading China Remembers as an ebook
My latest oped in South China Morning Post, arguing downgrading English in China is unwise right now. https://www.scmp.com/comment/opinion/article/3087565/why-downgrading-english-boost-chinas-cultural-confidence-bad-idea
After all these years, I am still pleased to myself being quoted, especially in a publication such as New Yorker. https://www.newyorker.com/news/daily-comment/china-declares-victory-over-both-the-coronavirus-and-critics-of-the-communist-party-at-the-biggest-political-event-of-the-year
https://www.scmp.com/comment/opinion/article/3080321/coronavirus-pandemic-natures-wake-call-humans-who-have-lost-their A commentary piece in today’s SCMP about the lessons we can learn from China’s indigenous Daoism, co-authored by me and my good friend Chen Xia, a top expert on Daoism.
At panel discussion to mark International Women’s Day last night at China Exchange, with the theme ‘collective individualism’. It was a joint event involving IoD City, Women in the Livery section of the City Livery Club, Women Icebreakers of The 48 Group Club , ASEAN UK Business Forum ( AUBF ) and Mulan Foundation Network.… Continue reading Iwd