Sun Xi

Sun Xi is a China-born alumnus of the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at the National University of Singapore. He is an independent commentary writer based in Singapore.

Lee Kuan Yew’s Two Houses

Lee Kuan Yew’s legacy goes far beyond his house.

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Rising Asia: Uneven Journey, Promising Future

Young Asians may not be wiser than older generations, but we share a more peace-oriented consensus.

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China and Singapore are Distant Relatives at Best

Singapore’s mixed reactions towards China are historically consistent, even if they disappoint some there.

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China and America: We Are Not Enemies

The two countries will have to cooperate to keep a peaceful world together.

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How Are You, Asian Dream?

Is the vision of Asian unity just a mirage?

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China-Japan Relations: Haunted by History, Loss of Face

Japan should apologize, but then China must move on.

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The Failure of Thailand’s Democracy?

A unity coalition government may be only way out of Thailand’s political impasse.

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Is Singapore Happy?

How should the happiness of a society, such as Singapore, be measured?

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Why Hong Kong is Unhappy

A rich business society, but with a suffering majority.

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