• Canadian author pens China book at 98


    The daughter of Canadian missionaries has become a veteran 'foreign expert' in China-an author with a respectful and respected view of the country's socialist evolution.

  • 8 stories from 8 years in China


    Sometimes people ask me, Do you like China? My answer is always the same. I don't like China but I love China.

  • My Chinese name


    Initially, whenever I introduced myself to people in China, people kept remarking that my name is very similar to how you pronounce coffee in Chinese (kah-fay).

  • Half a century of China watching


    Colin Mackerras has chalked up many firsts in China from the time he first set foot in the country in 1960s to his current reputation as probably one of the most influential specialists on China affairs.

  • Time and place with premier


    If you ever wondered how official events in China are run like clockwork, I can offer some insight: It takes a lot of time and plenty of attention to detail.

  • Q+A: Arun S. Mujumdar


    Arun S. Mujumdar, of Canada, is a professor of engineering at the National University of Singapore and McGill University in Canada. He has made significant contributions to enhancing the technological advancement of China's food drying industry since 1984.