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It's Time for Greater American Diversity in China

Carola McGiffert | Posted 10.05.2016 | Education
Carola McGiffert

When I first went to China as a high school student, in 1987, my blond hair was a novelty and many Chinese friends asked to touch it. It was awkward, but harmless, and I indulged their curiosity. Today, as white Americans become increasingly ubiquitous in China, I hear similar stories of Chinese youth wanting to touch the hair of their African American classmates. And it raises the question: what it is really like to be a black in China?

More Must be Done to Ensure a Constructive Relationship With China

Carola McGiffert | Posted 05.13.2016 | World
Carola McGiffert

Given the wide range of challenges in the US-China relationship, our goal must be to manage effectively and peacefully the differences we face and celebrate and deepen the interests we share.

Breaking the 'Bamboo Ceiling'

China Hands | Posted 02.19.2014 | Business
China Hands

Sandy Jin talks to Xiaowen Qiu about her career at Sidley Austin and the difference between legal practices in the U.S. and China