China in Focus Magazine

Contents of SACU's former magazine China in Focus for the year 2000.

For more details about the current magazine please visit the China Eye page.


Issue 8 (Spring 2000)

Sinofile - Chris Chalmers gives a regular round-up of news from China

Net Fears - Clare Goff looks at the implications of recent internet regulations in China

University Roundup - Language courses in the North-East

New Light, Old Law - Sybille van der Sprenkel sheds light on China's legal system

China Through The Camera Lens - Alan Searl looks through Sally and Richard Greenhill's photographic collection

Reflections on China - Derek Bryan recounts the dramatic modern history of China

How to Become a Beijing Opera Lover - lone Meyer follows a group of British students to the Beijing Opera

Rare Breeds Find Natural Habitat Again - Fabian Acker discusses the development agency BESO

Reviews - The latest arts and books reviewed.


Issue 9 (Autumn 2000)

Sinofile - Chris Chalmers gives a regular round-up of news from China

Man's Best Friend? - Dr. Keith Ray examines pet food in China

Wilink School Project - Clare Gore and her students record their experiences of the Willink School Millennium China Project

Duke T.Y. Liao - Simonetta Francesca pays tribute to a lifelong amateur photographer

China Days - Tony Reynolds recalls the work of the Friends'Ambulance Unit in China

New Routes - Neil Taylor looks at the changing tourist trail

Networking China - Liang Yan charts some significant developments in the Internet revolution

Reviews - The latest arts and books reviewed.

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