Advice for the Next U.S. President
[2008-10-28]
The winner of the U.S. election should work with China as a strategic partner to resolve the economic crisis, not as a mere financial firefighter.
Buying Tickets
[2008-08-25]
Picking up some tickets to the final volley match can be a tense affair -- especially when scalpers are being deported.
Friday Fun
[2008-08-22]
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Thursday's Tidbit
[2008-08-21]
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long joomp
[2008-08-21]
Aug. 18: Having cleared 5.05 meters to beat her own previous world record, Russian pole vaulter Elena Isinbaeva looks to be setting her sights higher.
soccer
[2008-08-21]
Aug. 18: Brazil dealt Germany's women's soccer team a decisive loss on Monday night, beating them 4 to 1.
weightlift YEAH!
[2008-08-21]
Aug. 18: Russia's Evgeny Chigishev celebrates a successful lift in the men's +105kg weightlifting final. Chigishev ended the night with a silver medal.
long jump
[2008-08-21]
Aug. 18: Nigeria's Blessing Okagbare in the qualifying round of women's long jump.
Scalpers Get the Boot
[2008-08-21]
Aug. 21: Scalpers get the boot; more doping -- this time Ukraine's silver medalist Lyudmila Blonska tests positive; and Usain Bolt sets his second world record.
U.S. Journalist James L. McGregor: Goodbye Non-Interference
[2008-08-20]
Caijing interviewed James L. McGregor, former China bureau chief for the Wall Street Journal, as the Olympics got under way in Beijing.
A World Less Golden
[2008-08-20]
A group of Americans confront an Olympics in which their country won't take first.
Wednesday's Wonder
[2008-08-20]
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Women's Swimming Marathon
[2008-08-20]
Aug. 20: Ilchenko Larisa of Russia takes first in the women's swimming marathon, and Olympic boxer disqualified for biting(!).
No More Non-Interference
[2008-08-20]
China is now too powerful and too economically important to maintain a foreign policy of non-interference. Those days are over.
Liu Xiang’s Pullout Shakes up Advertisers
[2008-08-20]
Fans wept when China’s revered track star was forced to quit the Olympics. Major global advertisers shed a few tears, too.
Australia Premier Kevin Rudd: The Olympics Are China's Platform
[2008-08-20]
Australia's PM Kevin Rudd talks with Caijing about his hopes for China-Australia relations, the Olympics, and new sense of global responsibility.
More Injuries
[2008-08-19]
Aug. 19: Another athlete, this time South Korea's Baik Jong-sub, has to leave the games due to injury.
Australia Premier Kevin Rudd: The Olympics Are China’s Platform
[2008-08-19]
Australia's PM Kevin Rudd talks with Caijing about his hopes for China-Australia relations, the Olympics, and new sense of global responsibility.
Tuesday's Trademark Test
[2008-08-19]
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One Solution to Empty Seats
[2008-08-19]
A ticket for one game turns into a full day of basketball.
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