Associate Professor of Asian Languages and Cultures Jinghao Zhou wrote an article, "China Reforms Miss the Political Mark," which was published as a guest essay in Asia Times.
Zhou begins, "Since 1978, the third plenary sessions of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC) have been landmarks of deepening reforms, and many expected the third plenary session under the leadership ...
This semester, more than a dozen students enrolled in the Colleges' study abroad program in Hanoi, Vietnam, participated in one of the nation's major holiday traditions, the Mid-Autumn Festival.
In reporting on the annual custom, a Vietnamese media organization, Tuoitrenews, featured three HWS students - Nathaniel Burgess '14, Eliza Orrick '15 and Joshua Serrano '15 - for their involvement in pre...
In a recent issue of Asia Times, Associate Professor of Asian Languages and Cultures Jinghao Zhou wrote about China's foreign policy, particularly in regards to its new leader, Xi Jinping.
"Analysts who expect China's new leader Xi Jinping to implement a more assertive foreign policy have failed to address adequately the constraints that domestic politics place on his power in the international a...