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October 25, 2012

CCS Faculty Associates in the News

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Robert Adams
Assistant Professor of Architecture

Disability rights influence architecture professor
The University Record

Mary Gallagher
CCS Director
Associate Professor of Political Science

Communist Party holds key to prosperity in China
The Toledo Blade

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

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

Nico Howson
Professor of Law
U-M Law School

Capital City Recap with Michael Cohen - a discussion of leadership selection at China's 18th Party Congress


A murder and confession leave questions in China
by Gillian Wong, The Associated Press

Bo Suspended After Wife Suspected in British Man’s Murder
Bloomberg 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

Capital City Recap with Michael Cohen - a discussion of China-related issues in the U.S. presidential contest


Linda Lim and John Ciorciari on the Taiwan election, 2012

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

A Tale of Two Scriptures: The American Book of Mormon and the Tibetan Book of the Dead
The Huffington Post

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

Bright's country
by Kelly Chung Dawson, The China Daily

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

Xiaobing Tang
Professor of Comparative Literature, Helmut F. Stern Professor of Modern Chinese Studies
U-M College of Literature, Science & the Arts

China Celebrates Author Mo Yan’s Nobel
by Austin Ramzy, Time Magazine

Yu Xie
Otis Dudley Duncan Distinguished University Professor of Sociology and Statistics
U-M College of Literature, Science & the Arts
How Asians displaced Hispanics as biggest group of new US immigrants
by Mark Guarino, The Christian Science Monitor

New Census Finds China’s Population Growth Has Slowed
by Michael Wines and Sharon LaFraniere, The New York Times

Posted by zzhu at October 25, 2012 02:56 PM