Every day, I leave class smelling like fish guts and chili oil. It’s heaven.
In 2003, I had just started working at the National University of Singapore, and not long after that, something else came to Singapore–SARS.
We all knew it would come to this.
Forget the Shanghai Auto Show. The real fun was in Hangzhou.
Short Q&A video produced by the Fudan Development Institute. https://mp.weixin.qq.com/s/O_lXJjOkW54Rjoqt8kN1nQ
Shanghai is like nowhere in the world. It is one of a very few places that just demands to be written with an exclamation point.
And now I am in it.
Originally posted in East Asia Forum 23 February 2017 The authority to appoint bishops has been a key point of contention in the restoration of relations between China and the Vatican. Since formally severing relations in 1951, China has refused torecognise any papal authority over the Chinese Church, particularly in appointing episcopal leadership. For its part, the…