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Paperback Row | New York Time

Many countries revel in their victories, but China is driven by the humiliations it has suffered at the hands of foreigners over the past two centuries. Through 11 biographical sketches of Chinese intellectuals and political leaders — Wei Yuan, Sun…

Fruitful Visit by Obama Ends With a Lecture From Xi | New York Times

Orville Schell, a longtime China observer at the Asia Society in New York, said Mr. Xi’s statements on the foreign news media, the first time he had publicly addressed the issue, were a “dash of cold water.” “We had thought…

In China, Blunt Talk to Reporters on Access | New York Times

Mr. Xi’s comments formalize a shift in the Chinese government’s approach, said Orville Schell, the director of the Center on U.S.-China Relations at the Asia Society, and a longtime scholar on China. “There is a fundamental contrast between Western notions…

Manohla Dargis: By the Book | New York Times

Q. If you had to name one book that made you who you are today, what would it be? A. One book is “Modern Meat: Antibiotics, Hormones and the Pharmaceutical Farm,” by Orville Schell, which was instrumental in my becoming…

Looking Past G.D.P. to the Changes in China Ahead The New York Times

For those looking for historical support that the party can enact another round of deep reforms, I highly recommend “Wealth and Power: China’s Long March to the Twenty-first Century,” an excellent new book from Orville Schell and John Delury. The…

Round-Trip Tickets for Chen Could Upgrade U.S.-China Relations

“One piece of the forming puzzle back in Beijing that is still missing is a Chinese statement to the effect that, if he goes abroad to study, Mr. Chen and his family will still be welcome to come back home…

Frenzied Hours for U.S. on Fate of a China Insider

“It would be incredibly foolish for the U.S. to play any public cards in this very messy Chinese family feud,” said Orville Schell, the director of the Center on U.S.-China Relations at the Asia Society. “The U.S. and China urgently…

A Hot Topic for Davos: China’s Big Challenges

“There’s a muscular resistance to any kind of cooperation that might seem like yielding to U.S. demands and interests,” Mr. Schell said. “For the last hundred years, China has wanted to be in the position where it’s not pushed around.…

Asia Society – New Director – Report

Among the most pressing issues facing the two nations are the environment, intellectual property, trade and human rights, he said. “Global warming is not going to be solved unless the United States and China figure out how to do it,”…