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China's Rise, as Seen by the Financial Times (Complete)

NEW YORK, March 20, 2014 — Several generations of Financial Times correspondents — Geoff Dyer, Leslie Hook, James Kynge, Richard McGregor, and David Pilling — share their experiences of reporting on the evolution of China’s economy with Orville Schell, Arthur Ross Director of Asia Society's Center on U.S.-China Relations. (1 hr., 21 min.)

See also:
The Wall Street Journal: Covering China

New York Times Covering China Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow 

ChinaFile Presents: The New Yorker on China 


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