The book that bamboozled US policy toward China

Review of The Hundred Year Marathon China’s Secret Strategy to Replace America as the Global Superpower by Michael Pillsbury: I hesitated to read this because I have seen Michael Pillsbury on TV and he comes across as a China basher. But unlike some other Trump advisers, Pillsbury has studied...

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Is China Out to Dominate the World?

We are hearing a lot these days from Americans who warn us that China’s intention is to dominate the world. To steal away America’s number one spot and replace us as global superpower. To expand its menacing totalitarian power to countries near and far. In other words, to achieve what the Soviet...

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Hong Kong’s Panic May Be Overblown

The Western world is agonizing about Hong Kong. After Beijing imposed a national security law, hundreds were arrested for unlawful assembly. Outspoken publisher Jimmy Lai is awaiting trial after his newsroom was raided. A boatload of young activists, fleeing to Taiwan, was intercepted by China....

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A Fabulous Book Launch!

A Fabulous Book Launch!

When the Red Gates Opened was published on September 22 and immediately became a #1 new release on Amazon in two categories. During the week of publication, I celebrated with two fantastic events: fun launch event with dozens of friends and family sponsored by Brick & Mortar Books of Redmond,...

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How Joe Biden Should Deal with China

By Dori Jones Yang Joe Biden’s website details forty-six plans he has for resolving vital issues; not one outlines a clear policy toward China. Yet China is a rising power and ought to be this nation’s top priority in foreign policy. The stakes are high. When a rising power challenges a ruling...

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China: Playing Catch-Up?

China: Playing Catch-Up?

The Myth of Chinese Capitalism: The Worker, the Factory, and the Future of the World, by Dexter Roberts In this thought-provoking new book, experienced BusinessWeek journalist Dexter Roberts predicts a dystopian future for China: an “ever more anemic economy,” stagnation, worsening inequality,...

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About Me

Dori Jones Yang has written a wide variety of books, including historical fiction, business, inspiration, oral histories, and children’s books. A former foreign correspondent in Asia, she aims to build bridges between cultures and generations.

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