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Kathleen Miles

You'd Be Surprised What Chinese College Students Think Of America These Days

HuffingtonPost.com | Kathleen Miles | Posted 12.24.2014 | World

While China's economy continues to become more capitalistic, the Chinese definitely do not think America and the West have it all figured out politically or economically, especially not after the 2008 financial crisis. The students The WorldPost spoke with were also sensitive to, and eager to defend their country against, what they perceived as negative American press and sentiment towards China.

The U.S. Wants to Contain Russia But Cooperate With China

Zheng Yu | Posted 11.19.2014 | World
Zheng Yu

The U.S. government believes that, as the inheritor of tsarist Russia and Soviet Union, Russia has expansionist and hegemonic traditions that China doesn't have. It believes Russia always has policies that challenge and attempt to supplant the existing international order while China doesn't. In many circumstances, China sees itself as a beneficiary of the current international order.

For the Rest of Asia, America Might Be a Friend, but China Cannot Be an Enemy

George Yeo | Posted 10.20.2014 | World
George Yeo

Over the centuries, a rich China invariably brought prosperity to all of East and Southeast Asia. Therefore, while Asian countries might value the U.S. as a friend, no one wants China as an enemy. There is a spot that is sweet for everyone. If the U.S. moves closer to China and to other countries of Asia, all will benefit. If the U.S., in response to China's rise, moves too close to some as a move against others, everyone is caught in a lose-lose situation.

Being Bi-Continental: Remembering How to Be Chinese or American

Amy Wu | Posted 10.09.2012 | World
Amy Wu

In the days after arriving, I shifted time zones (east to west), and swiftly fell into the familiar routine of driving, eating salad for lunch, and falling asleep amongst crickets chirping in American suburbia.