Shanzhai: The disruptive potential of innovation from below.
The dynamism of China’s economy owes much to small-scale entrepreneurship.
Informal markets are telltale symbols of the modernity brewing in Shanghai.
An English village knock-off serves the ritual of the modern Chinese wedding.
Shanghai envisions itself as the world’s next great cultural hub, a key site of China’s “soft power.”
The Potemkin Village that is Shanghai reflects China’s love of show.
Shanghai longs for a future that envelops the past.
How does Shanghai’s hosting of the World Expo 2010 herald its emergence as a truly world-class city?
Could the differences between Eastern and Western education models lead to future problems?
How do the Western and Eastern educational systems stack up against one another?