Contents of SACU's former magazine China in Focus for the year 2002.
For more details about the current magazine please visit the China Eye page.
Sinofile - Elizabeth Deanley gives a regular round-up of news from China
Opening in China - Felipé Fernandez Armesto asserts China's centrality in world history
The high life - Zac Hinton recounts his experiences as a journalist in Shanghai
After hours - James Bollen and Oliver Stunt tell the story behind Shanghai's secret night club
Constructing the Chinese Jews - Zhou Xun looks at the 'Chinese Jews', real and imagined
How to be half Chinese -
Sophie Taylor explores the ambiguity in being labelled - 'Half-Chinese'
Changing times on the roof of the world - lan Hume challenges SACU members to rethink the current criticism of the situation in Tibet
An English country garden - Dr Keith Ray charts the history of China's influence on English garden design
A unique experiment -
Justin Crozier examines China's Imperial examination system
Beijing international conference on political philosophy - Daniel Kofman reports on the conference and on his interaction with a group of Chinese intellectuals
Travel review - Neil Taylor reviews two new guidebooks.
Sinofile - Elizabeth Dearnley gives a regular round-up of news from China
After the handover - Tom Watkins looks at the changes undergone in Hong Kong since it returned to China
A secret language - Elizabeth Dearnley explores an all but forgotten language, used only by women
Movement of the people - Xiang Biao looks at the historical reasons why the Chinese migrate
Changing China - Wang Xiao Yan explains the differences between young and old today
Books - Donald Clift with news and book reviews
Pulling the right strings - John Roberts recounts his time in China as a visiting puppeteer
Motoring on -
Dr Keith Ray charts the history of China's automobile industry
Sinobusiness File - The latest news of China's business world.
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