Mei Fong

New America Foundation

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Fellow at the New America Foundation, a Washington DC-based think-tank, and author of the forthcoming book, One Child: The Past and Future of China's Most Radical ExperimentPulitzer Prize-winning journalist and former China correspondent for the Wall Street Journal

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Mainland China is trying to snuff out the growing pro-independence movement in Hong Kong.

China puts Hong Kong’s democracy on notice

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China is trying to end one of the world's most radical social experiments: the "One Child" policy that limited families to a single offspring.

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Since the 2007 global recession, China has remained an economic powerhouse, the hallmark of reliable growth and stable investment.

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Since the 2007 global recession, China has remained an economic powerhouse, the hallmark of reliable growth and stable investment.

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