- Harvard UniversityNieman Fellowship, 2006 - 2007
- Free University of BerlinSinologie, 1989 - 1992
- Taiwan National Normal University Mandarin Training CenterChinese, 1986 - 1988
- Peking UniversityChinese, 1984 - 1985
- University of FloridaAsian Studies/Journalism, 1981 - 1985
- New York Review of Bookscontributor, 2010 - present
- New York Timescorrespondent, 2010 - present
- The Wall Street Journalreporter, manager, 1997 - 2010
- The Baltimore Sunreporter, 1992 - 1997
Rupert Conwell: This is one 2012 hopeful who's had his chips
Is it mere coincidence that news of the death of Arch West came just as the Republican frenzy over enlisting New Jersey governor Chris Chris
Winter For Chinese Media: Why So Many Respected Journalists Are Leaving ...
Independent investigative journalists in China seem to be under assault. What is happening, and what does the future hold?
Book review: 'The Fate of Zhuangzi in Modern China' by Liu Jianmei
The Fate of Zhuangzi in Modern China ...
Why We Should Criticize Mo Yan by Perry Link | NYRblog | The New York Re...
At a recent conference at Princeton University, I met a Chinese language teacher whom I had not seen since 1989 in Beijing. Trying to recall
The New Olympic Arms Race by Ian Johnson | NYRblog | The New York Review...
You can follow the Olympics two ways. First, there's the right way: you pay attention to the athletes and root for great performances. You s
In China, Facebook's Shadow and Worries About Innovation
How do you have a feeding frenzy when you can’t—officially, at least—see what’s being served? This is the strange dynamic that runs through
The China Beat · Xi’an Profiles: A Quick Q & A with Author Michelle ...
Blogging How the East Is Read
Learning How to Argue: An Interview with Ran Yunfei by Ian Johnson | NYR...
One of China's most outspoken public intellectuals, Ran Yunfei was detained last year after calls went out for China to emulate the “Jas
Razing History: The Tragic Story of a Beijing Neighborhood's Destruction
As the Chinese capital develops, the demolition of historic neighborhoods and displacement of once-secure families is becoming one of the ci