Media Interviews

International Print Media

Washington Post, “What ‘arrest’ means for the Canadians detained in China — and the epic battle over Huawei“,  May 16, 2019.

Washington Post, “China has put Canadian canola oil in the middle of a wider geopolitical dispute“, April 2019.

Washington Post, “Angry over campus speech by Uighur activist, Chinese students in Canada contact their consulate, film presentation“, February 14, 2019.

Washington Post, “Trudeau expresses ‘extreme concern’ after Canadian sentenced to death on drug charges in China“, January 14, 2019.

Washington Times, “Collateral damage: Canada feels caught in trade war between U.S., China“, December 18, 2018.

New York Times, “Caught Between Feuding Giants, Canada Fears Consequences In front of the Canadian Embassy in Beijing“, December 12, 2018.

Los Angeles Times, December 12, 2018.

Inkstone, “Is China socialist? A long (and better) answer”, August 27, 2018, by Alan Wong and Viola Zhou.

The Epoch Times, “Partnership Between Academic Publisher and Chinese Internet Giant Raises Questions on Academic Freedom“, December 21, 2017.

BBC News, Reality Check: Does China’s Communist Party have a Woman Problem?“, October 25, 2017.

Voice of America, 新进平向左向右?专家:审查与经济开放无法形容,July 15, 2017.

Young China Watchers, Voices on China, July 13, 2016.

The Atlantic’s CityLab, “Beijing’s Migrant Workers are Still Living in Storage Basements and Bomb Shelters“, November 6, 2015, by Tavni Misra.

Wall Street Journal, “Tianjin Blast Victims Protest for Better Compensation“, September 17, 2015, by Chun Han Wong.

Christian Science Monitor Global Outlook, October 28, 2014. “Slow Chinese Economy Pushes Migrants Back to the Farm“.

New Yorker, “The Thugs of Mainland China“, October 8, 2014.

Aljazeera America, “China’s President Could Face US-style Gridlock After Hong Kong’s Occupy,” October 1, 2014, by Massoud Hayoun.

The Diplomat, “China’s Climate Change Paradox,” September 30, 2014, by Stephen Junor.

The Guardian, “China Reforms Hukou System to Improve Migrant Workers’ Rights“, July 31, 2014, by Tania Branigan.

The Economist, Special Report: China, “Local Government: Emerging from the Shadows“, April 19, 2014.

Straits Times Singapore, January 27, 2014.”Worry Over China’s Shadow Banking Woes,” by Grace Ng.

Dart-Throwing Chimp, November 10, 2013, “China’s Houses of Cards?” by Jay Ulfeder.

New York Times, November 9, 2013, “New China Cities: Shoddy Homes, Broken Hope“, by Ian Johnson.

Chicago Policy Review, July 23, 2013, “China Progress Without Partnership,” by Jeff Gerlach.

South China Morning Post, July 23, 2013, “A China Crash in the Making?“, by G. Bin Zhao and Andrew Collier.

Bloomberg Businessweek, February 28, 2013, “Will Xi Jinping be the Reformer China Needs?” by Dexter Roberts.

South China Morning Post, December 5, 2012, “China’s Spending Could Cause Crisis, IMF Experts Warn“, by Kevin Rafferty.

South China Morning Post, November 6, 2012, “Ideal ‘Place’ to Stay“, by David Powell.

Wall Street Journal, September 25, 2012, “Still a Model? Revisiting the Rebel Village of Wukan“, by Josh Chin.

Los Angeles Times, May 29, 2008, “Protests Flare Over Quake Aid in China“, by Don Lee.

Canadian Print Media

Global News (TV), “Canada has ‘very few options’ to secure release of Canadians being held in China: experts“, May 18, 2019.

CBC News, “Playground lessons for dealing with trade bullies: Don Pittis“, May 16, 2019.

Global News (TV), “on Detention of Canadians in China“, April 30, 2019.

CBC News, “‘China is your daddy’: Backlash against Tibetan student’s election prompts questions about foreign influence“, February 14, 2019.

CBC News, “Trudeau, Freeland held 19 high-level international talks with allies on China dispute“, January 21, 2019.

The Globe and Mail, “Ottawa is on the wrong side of Chinese power“, January 16, 2019.

The Globe and Mail, “U.S. launches new criminal probe of HUAWEI over alleged trade secret“, January 16, 2019.

Global News, “Justin Trudeau calls death sentence for Canadian in China arbitrary“, January 14, 2019.

National Post, “Canadian facing possible death penalty over drug smuggling in China could be pawn in Huawei dispute: experts“, December 27, 2018.

The Star Vancouver, “Rebuke of China from Canada’s allies clearest and best diplomatic path forward, say experts“, December 23, 2018.

CBC News, “Huawei exec’s arrest halting Chinese firms’ Canadian expansion plans, says auto sector spokesman“, December 17, 2018.

Ottawa Citizen, National Post, “Canada stokes concerns with decision to accept Alipay credit reports on visa applications“, December 12, 2018.

Prince George Citizen, “China retaliation against Canadian companies unlikely for now: experts“, December 7, 2018.

The Globe and Mail, “Canada will pay a price no matter what for its part in the worsening U.S.-China conflict“, December 6, 2018.

The Globe and Mail, “On Trudeau’s rocky China trip, Communist newspaper lashes out at Canadian media“, December 6, 2017.

The Globe and Mail, “China’s Xi Sells His Vision of New Socialism to the World“, October 18, 2017.

Toronto Star, “Why Hollywood’s Box Office is Banking on Beijing“, May 7, 2016, by Tony Wong.

Macleans, “Canadian Students Need to Go to China, But They Need Some Help“, November 15, 2016, by Josh Dehaas.

Canadian Global Affairs Institute, “Extradition Treaty with China a Polarizing Issue, New Poll Indicates“, October 13, 2016, by Tim Naumetz.

University of Toronto News, “Youth Engagement is the Key to Understanding China“, September 22, 2016.

The Globe and Mail, “As China Moves Away from Communist Regime, Cracks Appear,” March 19, 2015, by Nathan Vanderklippe.

Sun News, “Tory MPs of Chinese Descent Stay on Message About Hong Kong Protests“, October 1, 2014, by Giuseppe Valiante.

Toronto Star, January 29, 2013, “Beijing Air Pollution Hits ‘Hazardous’ Level“, by Hamida Ghafour.

National Post, January 18, 2013, “After Critical Editorial Censored by Chinese government, newspaper embarks on regime-testing landmark strike“, by Scott Barber.

University of Toronto News, January 2013, “Indebted Dragon, Lynette Ong explains China’s Construction Economy”.

Toronto Star, November 15, 2012, “China’s New Leader Xi Jinping Calls for ‘Better Life’ for the Country“, by Bill Schiller.