China in Focus Magazine

Contents of SACU's former magazine China in Focus for the year 2001.

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

Issue 10 (Spring 2001)

Sinofile - Stella Llu gives a regular round-up of news from China

Business Sinofile - Keith Ray gives a round-up of business news

Beijing's Dog Market - Keith Ray takes his camera around a Chinese dog market

Feel London - Tang Shengtao relates his impressions of life in London

China: A view from the twentieth century - Derek Bryan continues his personal story

5000 Years of History - Justin Crozier examines China's approach to history

The Life of Empress Cixi - Tony Sit recounts a dramatic history of China's last Empress

Focus on Vocational Schooling - Wang Hong sheds light on China's educational System

To China in Style - Neil Taylor gives an update on the airlines which service China

Chinese Medicine in the UK - Tom Watkins meets a former GP who now works as an acupuncturist

Reviews - The latest arts and books reviewed.

Issue 11 (Winter 2001)

Sinofile - Stella Liu gives a regular round-up of news from China

Sir Edward Heath Poppy Sebag - Montefiore talks to a long time friend of China

Building the EU - China relationship Chris Patten outlines the plans for the future of EU - China co-operation

Journalism in China today John Gittings examines the extent of independence for China's new generation of journalists.

Beijing Punks James Bollen spends time with Beijing's punks.

September 11th Dr Suzanne Yang analyses the dichotomy in China's support for the US's international coalition against terrorism but refrain from assisting the US's military retaliation

Olympic victory Donald Clift looks at the significance for Beijingers of the city's successful bid for the 2008 Olympics

The Hutongs and Quadrangles of Beijing Dr Keith Ray details their past and poses the questions for their future

Addictive Art The pain and the glory of White Crane Kung Fu

The Weakness of the Yellow Faced Man Justin Crozier shows how the scholarly nature of China's traditional elite culture has influenced her contemporary attitude to her sporting prowess

Trouble Free China Neil Taylor looks at Beijing's expanding infrastructure and China as an increasingly tourist-friendly travel destination

Business Sinofile - Keith Ray gives a round-up of business news.

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