For the first time since Mao passed away in 1976, China does not expect tomorrow to be better than today.
Are there any lessons to be learned from China 60 years ago for today’s world, which is facing the worst pandemic of the past 100 years?
What were the 1970s like in China, when even mainstream Western politicians came to call on Mao in Beijing?
China from Mencius to Mahan – through Marx, Mao and Market Leninism.
What are the historical origins and future prospects of the Chinese business model?
Remember the times when peasants, not the proletariat, were the vanguards of China’s communist revolution?
What would today’s global economic landscape look like had Nixon not gone to China in 1973?
How did early ocean trade routes contribute to cultural exchanges?