For today’s episode, guest host Bert Zipperer spends the hour talking to Helen Zia about her new book, Last Boat Out of Shanghai, and connecting the history of the mass exodus out of Shanghai in the 1940s to events happening today at our own southern border. Helen Zia is a Chinese-American journalist and activist for Asian […]
It’s a split show for Friday host Esty Dinur. First: How’s our economic relationship with China? What does a trade war mean in practical terms? Our guest is David Kotz, Professor Emeritus of Economics at University of Massachusetts-Amherst. Then: A new legal action was filed against Foxconn last week for its alleged violation of the […]
MADISON (WORT) — Wisconsin Governor and GOP presidential candidate Scott Walker is calling for President Obama to cancel an official state visit next month with Chinese President Xi Jinping.
UW computer science grad student Shike Mei is using social media to track air pollution in China – in real time, no less.
What’s happening with the protests in Hong Kong? Who are the protesters? What is Beijing’s response? What will happen next? Check out this edition of A Public Affair to find out more!
On Tuesday November 27th, host Cynthia Lin spoke with Henry Rosemont, distinguished professor emeritus at St. Mary’s College of Maryland and visiting professor of religious studies at Brown University. They discussed US approaches to relations with China. Rosemont recently said, “If President Obama bases U.S. relations with China on principles of competition and criticism, the […]