Ghana's Oil Fields Fuel Foreign Investment

Original source: China Daily

U.S. Smears China’s Aid to Africa

Original sourc:  Shanghai Daily

Russell, Mao and the Fate of China (Part Four)

The last chapter in Bertrand Russell's The Problem of China is entitled "The Outlook for China." Russell, writing in 1922, thinks that China (due to its population and resources) has the capacity to become the second greatest power in the world (after the United States).

Labor Dents Appear in China’s Factory Armor

Original source: CaixinClimbing wages and a diminished demographic dividend point to big changes for the manufacturing sector in ChinaAs labor costs rise, China’s manufacturers are facing unprecedented challenges.

Russell, Mao and the Fate of China (Part Three)

Russell's chapter, "Present Forces and Tendencies in the Far East" (in The Problem of China) deals with the balance of power in this region in the 1920s and focuses on China, Japan, Russia and America.

Russell, Mao and the Fate of China (Part Two)

Bertrand Russell discusses the internal state of China, as he understood it in 1920-21, in his chapter "Modern China" in The Problem of China.

China to Consider Raising Taxes for the Rich

Original source: Global Times

Russell, Mao and the Fate of China (Part One)

In 1921 Bertrand Russell, then probably the most famous living philosopher in the world, published The Problem of China [POC]. This book was the result of Russell's being invited to China to give a series of lectures and conduct meetings with leading Chinese intellectuals over a period of about six months.