New York Times reporter focusing on China. U.S. Navy veteran. Hoya. Co-author of China's Superbank. Views expressed are my own.

Occupy Central Series: Dan Garret on Beijing’s Role in Candidate Filtering

comparativist.org — Mike Forsythe continues his excellent coverage of Hong Kong politics, with his third Question and Answer piece with Michael Tien. Tien argues that, "the referendum is pushing for a nomination procedure that is without restriction, and that is steadfastly being ruled out by China, and they're very serious about it.
Oct 22, 2014

RT @ChuBailiang: Kenny G played in Beijing last month. Now he may be going home. pic.twitter.com/lOuXkx3MH7

Oct 22, 2014

What is that crackling sound coming from China? It is the sound of millions of people simultaneously erasing their Kenny G hold music.

Oct 22, 2014

The Chinese tour groups are back in force in Hong Kong. Takes the sting out of being occupied. pic.twitter.com/Zi43d6utSw

Oct 22, 2014

RT @hancocktom: China's foreign ministry on top of its game: "I believe the musical works of Kenny G are popular in China," spokeswoman Hua Chunying said.

Oct 22, 2014

RT @LetaHong: MT @jgriffiths: Revisit this great piece to understand ramifications of Kenny G's support for #OccupyHK: nyti.ms/1kWSY7Q

Oct 22, 2014

RT @klustout: "Going Home" conspiracy ACTIVATED cc @chubailiang MT @jgriffiths Kenny G visits #OccupyHK protesters in Admiralty pic.twitter.com/irh8Ltd4vv

Oct 22, 2014

RT @JoyceLauNews: @PDChina If you want to be a trusted news source, maybe stop tweeting so many minor stories that happen to feature humiliated naked women.

Oct 21, 2014

@ABHighwood US boards are stacked w/ ex officials. But does that mean we don't report on the Chinese ones, where it is much more secretive?

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