Category Archives: Jamie N. Sanchez

Shifting Signals in the “Two” Chinas

On July 11, 2015 several foreign tourists connected to a South African humanitarian aid organization were arrested in Ordos, Inner Mongolia on suspicion of criminal wrongdoing.  Local authorities claimed the group, which included visitors from Great Britain, South Africa and … Continue reading

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Seeking Identity in the “Chinese” Nation

As I have watched the recent “Umbrella Revolution”in Hong Kong unfold, I was once again reminded that China is not the “unified”multinational state that nation’s government leaders portray it to be.  Civil unrest is not uncommon in Chinese territory and … Continue reading

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China’s One-Child Policy Change: Sustaining the Four Modernizations

In order to grow the four modernizations, have just one child.”[1] This quotation and others like it were used in propaganda posters the Chinese national government developed to promote the launch of its “One Child Policy” (the Policy) more than … Continue reading

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