Two of the speakers at the China Speakers Bureau, Howard French and Kaiser Kuo, are named by the magazine Foreign Policy (FP) as two of the top-100 users of Twitter in the field of foreign relations.
Howard French by Fantake via Flickr Most commentators have dismissed the so-called Jasmine revolution as an instant failure. Howard French argues in The Atlantic there is more to it than those easy analysis suggest. At the simplest level, it is hard to understand how a call to protest can be
Howard French by Fantake via Flickr While China was busy repatriating its citizens from Egypt, writes Howard French in The Atlantic, “nowhere have these stories attempted an honest explanation of why an evacuation was needed in the first place. To do so would require getting into some deeply messy topics
Howard French via Wikipedia Former New York Times correspondent Howard French tells Radio Open Source extensively of how China is successfully building inroads into Africa, after the failure of the West. I was struck every time I got on a plane: the Westerners tend to be rich American tourists on
Howard French by Fantake via Flickr When Howard French arrived in the 1980s arrived as a foreign correspondent in Ivory Coast it was doing much better than China, he reports in The Atlantic. Now the former Shanghai-correspondent goes back to a depressing country. My frustrations, though, went back even further.
Howard French by Fantake via Flickr China has changed profoundly, since its first high-profile internet case, the police killing Sun Zhigang in 2003, till today’s opinion blogger Han Han, writes former New York Times correspondent Howard French in the Columbia Journalism Review. But not only its over 400 million online
Howard French is associate professor at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism and former New York Times correspondent in Africa, Japan, and China. As correspondent for the New York Times, he was not only an alert observer of the society he was in, but was able to compare and connect between those worlds, much to the benefit of his audience. He travels from New York.