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September 27, 2011

CCS Faculty Associates in the News

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Mary Gallagher
CCS Director
Associate Professor of Political Science

Room for Debate: How Can U.S. Scholars Resist China's Control?
The New York Times

China craves carp -- if it's fresh
by Chrissie Thompson, Detroit Free Press

A roundup of all of Mary Gallagher's recent comments on Chinese labor politics

Nico Howson
Professor of Law
U-M Law School

Snyder begins trade visit to China
by Paul Egan, The Detroit News

US Court Fight May Not Solve Chinese Accounting Mess
CNBC - online

中国高院: 政府拒绝信息公开,民可告官
记者: 吴心欣, Voice of America

Linda Lim
Professor of Strategy
U-M Ross School of Business

Target the yuan? It's politics at play
The Strait Times

Snyder: First trade mission about building relationships
by Tracy Samilton, Michigan Radio

Donald Lopez
Arthur E. Link Distinguished University Professor and Department Chair
Department of Asian Languages and Cultures, U-M College of Literature, Science and the Arts

Mingyur Rinpoche, the millionaire monk who renounced it all
by Mary Finnigan, The Guardian

Bright Sheng
Leonard Bernstein Distinguished University Professor of Composition
U-M School of Music, Theatre & Dance

Creativity Among the Commissars
by Nicholas Frisch, The Wall Street Journal

Yu Xie
Otis Dudley Duncan Distinguished University Professor of Sociology and Statistics
U-M College of Literature, Science & the Arts
New Census Finds China’s Population Growth Has Slowed
by Michael Wines and Sharon LaFraniere, The New York Times

Posted by zzhu at September 27, 2011 02:56 PM