Valeria Guzmán Verri comments on the design and construction of the National Stadium in Costa Rica, and the limitations of Chinese architectural projects abroad.
Andrea Janku comments on the Communist Party of China’s latest programme of education marking it’s 100th anniversary, which aims to harness the power of youth in its own interests.
As meat consumption in China has soared, Elizabeth Frost argues that plant-based alternatives to meat could help China reduce its carbon footprint.
Cailin Cheng, a Chinese undergraduate student studying in London, shares his thoughts on why the West should not alienate Chinese citizens by taking a confrontational approach towards China.
China’s is now allowing couples to have three children. But the policy’s implications for working women and their families mean few will welcome the change with open arms, writes Dr Jieyu Liu.
Duncan Bartlett explores whether China has enough political will and diplomatic clout to become a significant actor in the Middle East.
The intensification of China’s repression in Xinjiang is not a strategic counter-terrorism response but is an exercise of Xi Jinping’s assimilationist plans for the region’s Turkic Muslim ethnic minorities, writes Dr Pablo A. Rodríguez-Merino. | Part 2
Dr Pablo A. Rodríguez-Merino argues that by rewriting the state’s conflict with Uyghurs as a matter of terrorism, China has profited from a changing international security environment that legitimised the use of exceptional security practices. | Part 1