China in Focus Magazine

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.

Issue 12 (Summer 2002)

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.

Issue 13 (Winter 2002)

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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