Henry Zheng
Henry Zheng
Nov. 12, 2013

These Are the Pictures Of Carnage After Super Typhoon Haiyan — And Here's How You Can Help

It's not too late to make a difference.

Nov. 9, 2013

China's Third Plenum: Everything You Need to Know

Your guide to all the issues up for discussion in the secretive and incredibly important Chinese summit.
Aug. 25, 2013

What It's Like to Be Tried For Corruption In a Corrupt Country

Besides addressing the fate of a former high level politician in China, the trial could shed light on how corruption functions within the Chinese government.
Aug. 20, 2013

Inside Document No. 9, the Secret Memo That Ensures There's No Democracy in China

A document from Beijing that takes aim at “Western” values establishes the ideological stance of China’s new leaders.
Aug. 12, 2013

Inside China's Secret and Heinous "Cancer Villages"

This is a tragic manifestation of the long festering problems associated with China's rapid industrialization at all costs.
Aug. 7, 2013

China is Forcing 250 Million Rural Dwellers to Relocate

The Chinese government's massive relocation of rural residents to urban areas will greatly exacerbate the country’s existing problems.

Feb. 7, 2013

Forced Birth Control in Israel Shows Population Control Can Violate Human Rights

The news that 30 Jewish Ethiopian women immigrating to Israel were given contraceptive shots without their knowledge or consent is a perfect example of how devastating population control can be.
Jan. 6, 2013

Is Walmart Partly to Blame For the Bangladesh Factory Fire?

The fire that killed more than 100 people in Bangladesh should serve as a sobering call for more socially responsible practices from big companies.
Dec. 26, 2012

Why the U.S. Will Soon See a Jobs Boom — and Why This is Great For Millennials

This wave of innovation in manufacturing may not be the sole answer to the economic slump in the United States, but it can create and retain more jobs here, which is a start.
Dec. 13, 2012

US-China Relations: Why Obama's 'Asia Pivot' Strategy Could Lead to Disaster

President Obama is unnecessarily escalating tensions with China with an aggressive push to expand U.S. military presence in the Pacific.
Dec. 5, 2012

Chen Kegui Trial Shows China Still Has Major Human Rights Issues

Due to the rapidly changing political and social landscape in China, human rights in the country deserve renewed attention.

Nov. 25, 2012

New Chinese Passports Cause Uproar: Map Includes Disputed South China Sea Territory

Countries such as Taiwan, the Philippines, and Vietnam have strongly protested against new Chinese passports with maps that include disputed territories in the South China Sea.
Oct. 28, 2012

New York Times Banned in China for Exposing Premier Jiabao as Part of the 1 Percent

China is shocked by the Times' report of Premier Wen Jiabao's vast fortune.
Oct. 1, 2012

US vs China: China Could Create 400K American Jobs by 2020, Says Study

With more than $1 trillion from Chinese outbound foreign investments expected to flow into the global economy by 2020, the staggering American economy would do well to be on the receiving end.
Sept. 24, 2012

Aung San Suu Kyi Activist Awarded Congressional Gold Medal for Myanmar Democracy Work

Reform leader Aung San Suu Kyi's actions have inspired Washington, and should inspire the rest of America.
Sept. 17, 2012

NDAA Terrorism Law: Obama and His Unchecked Power Grab

President Obama has an unprecedented level of executive authority that could threaten the civil liberties of the United States.

Sept. 11, 2012

Remembering September 11: Why We Still Do Not Have Closure, More Than a Decade Later

On the anniversary of 9/11, there are many people to keep in mind: The first-responders who are today still suffering from illness, and the millions around the world still fighting for freedom.
Sept. 9, 2012

Hillary Clinton China Visit: Chinese Media Attacks Clinton for US Position on Human Rights in China

This is how it all went down during Hillary's potential last visit to China as Secretary of State.
Aug. 13, 2012

China Economic Crisis: Why 44 Percent of Wealthy Chinese Want to Leave the Country

Rich Chinese are leaving the country in search of opportunities elsewhere. So what does this trend mean?
July 31, 2012

Bo Xilai Wife Charged With Neil Heywood Murder in Largest Chinese Controversy in Decades

Aside from the gripping thriller elements, the scandal of the prominent politician’s wife reveals factions within the Chinese Communist Party.