At a recent China town hall held by the New York-based National Committee on US-China Relations, Susan Rice, the former US national security advisor, said China remains the most reliable whipping boy - after probably Hillary Clinton and Susan Rice herself - for domestic political discourse in the context of a campaign.
As a Chinese living and working in the United States, daylight saving time (DST) is one of those things, for good or bad, that amaze me. The other would be the absence of a metric system that makes it hard for me to tell my height and weight in feet and pounds, and the rendering of the temperature in Fahrenheit.
I must have missed many interesting talks and papers in Washington while being away for several weeks in China, but was nevertheless glad to find a recent article by Colin Grabow, a policy analyst at the Cato Institute, just days upon returning to DC.
An editor and writer at China Daily USA in New York, William Hennelly is a print and digital media veteran. He previously was managing editor of TheStreet.com financial news website in New York, and has worked at daily newspapers in New Jersey. Hennelly is a journalism graduate of Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana.
General manager of China Daily USA's San Francisco bureau. Based in the Bay Area, she covers a wide range of topics including corporate news, Silicon Valley innovation, US-China cooperation in various forms and profiles of interesting personalities, as well as overseeing office operations.