Hong Kong Bureau Chief, New York Times
Hong Kong bureau chief of The New York Times. Currently covering Asia energy, rare earths, autos, trade and economics, especially China.
nytimes.com — It was, the chief federal prosecutor in Manhattan said on Monday, "a case of inviting and paying for foxes in the henhouse." Three researchers at the New York University School of Medicine who specialized in magnetic resonance imaging technology had been working on research sponsored by a grant from the National Institutes of Health.
nytimes.com — HONG KONG - The Obama administration and the European Union have decided to negotiate settlements with China in the world's largest anti-dumping and anti-subsidy trade cases involving China's roughly $30 billion a year in solar panel shipments to the West, officials and trade advisers in Beijing, Brussels and Washington said.
nytimes.com — WASHINGTON - Three months after hackers working for a cyberunit of China 's People's Liberation Army went silent amid evidence that they had stolen data from scores of American companies and government agencies, they appear to have resumed their attacks using different techniques, according to computer industry security experts and American officials.
nytimes.com — RUK, Pakistan - Resplendent in his gleaming white uniform and peaked cap, jacket buttons tugging his plump girth, the stationmaster stood at the platform, waiting for a train that would never come. "Cutbacks," Nisar Ahmed Abro said with a resigned shrug. Ruk Station, in the center of Pakistan, is a dollhouse-pretty building, ringed by palm trees and rice paddies.
nytimes.com — HONG KONG - Visitors from mainland China climb the narrow stairs to a cramped room here filled with forbidden delights: shelves of scandal-packed exposés about their Communist Party masters. The People's Recreation Community bookstore and several others on Hong Kong's teeming shopping streets specialize in selling books and magazines banned by the Chinese government, mostly for their luridly damning accounts of party leaders, past and present.
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