China Vision

Friday, June 20, 2008

Transcript

How the world sees China, and how China thinks it is seen by the world may make all the difference as time marches on. The West cannot afford to hold on to kung fu, Confucius, and chopsticks as our big ideas about China. Modern art, fashion, and the young urban elite have a new story to tell; if anyone’s listening. Plus, Brooke talks with the author of “Wolf Totem,” a best-selling novel and Chinese conversation piece about resisting and revering Mongolian wolves during the Cultural Revolution.

Comments [1]

Fancy Wong from China

It's interesting to see the west's view on China with this week's show.
But please remember: China is no heaven, nor hell - just a developing country, opening up day by day.

Sometimes you could only see what you are inclined to see.

Jun. 21 2008 12:32 AM

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