Edward Wong The New York Times

'Edward Wong The New York Times' - 6 News Result(s)

  • With edge, US greets China's heir apparent
    World News | Mark Landler and Edward Wong, The New York Times | Wednesday February 15, 2012
    China's vice president and likely future leader, Xi Jinping, embarked on a get-to-know-you tour of the United States on Tuesday, with a day of meetings from the White House to the Pentagon. But he was met with blunt criticism from his host, Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr., who declared that the United States and China could cooperate "only if th...
  • China's president lashes out at western culture
    World News | By Edward Wong, The New York Times | Wednesday January 4, 2012
    President Hu Jintao has said China must strengthen its cultural production to defend against the West's assault on the country's culture and ideology, according to an essay in a Communist Party policy magazine published this week.
  • World News | Edward Wong, Kenneth Chang, The New York Times | Friday December 30, 2011
    Broadening its challenge to the United States, the Chinese government on Thursday announced an ambitious five-year plan for space exploration that would move China closer to becoming a major rival at a time when the American program is in retreat.
  • To liberalisation of popular culture, China says 'enough'
    World News | Sharon Lafraniere, Michael Wines and Edward Wong, New York Times | Thursday October 27, 2011
    Communist leaders in China are proposing new limits on media and Internet freedoms that include some of the most restrictive measures in years.
  • Chinese aircraft carrier may be near completion
    World News | Edward Wong, The New York Times | Friday April 8, 2011
    The Chinese state news agency has posted photographs of an aircraft carrier under reconstruction that appears to show the warship near completion. Captions with the photos said that the work would end soon and that the carrier was expected to sail later this year. The photos of the carrier, the Varyag, which China bought from Ukraine in 1998, appea...
  • World News | Edward Wong and David Barboza, The New York Times | Tuesday February 1, 2011
    In another era, China's leaders might have been content to let discussion of the protests in Egypt float around among private citizens, then fizzle out. But challenges in recent years to authoritarian governments around the globe and violent uprisings in parts of China itself have made Chinese officials increasingly wary of leaving such talk unchec...

'Edward Wong The New York Times' - 6 News Result(s)

  • With edge, US greets China's heir apparent
    World News | Mark Landler and Edward Wong, The New York Times | Wednesday February 15, 2012
    China's vice president and likely future leader, Xi Jinping, embarked on a get-to-know-you tour of the United States on Tuesday, with a day of meetings from the White House to the Pentagon. But he was met with blunt criticism from his host, Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr., who declared that the United States and China could cooperate "only if th...
  • China's president lashes out at western culture
    World News | By Edward Wong, The New York Times | Wednesday January 4, 2012
    President Hu Jintao has said China must strengthen its cultural production to defend against the West's assault on the country's culture and ideology, according to an essay in a Communist Party policy magazine published this week.
  • World News | Edward Wong, Kenneth Chang, The New York Times | Friday December 30, 2011
    Broadening its challenge to the United States, the Chinese government on Thursday announced an ambitious five-year plan for space exploration that would move China closer to becoming a major rival at a time when the American program is in retreat.
  • To liberalisation of popular culture, China says 'enough'
    World News | Sharon Lafraniere, Michael Wines and Edward Wong, New York Times | Thursday October 27, 2011
    Communist leaders in China are proposing new limits on media and Internet freedoms that include some of the most restrictive measures in years.
  • Chinese aircraft carrier may be near completion
    World News | Edward Wong, The New York Times | Friday April 8, 2011
    The Chinese state news agency has posted photographs of an aircraft carrier under reconstruction that appears to show the warship near completion. Captions with the photos said that the work would end soon and that the carrier was expected to sail later this year. The photos of the carrier, the Varyag, which China bought from Ukraine in 1998, appea...
  • World News | Edward Wong and David Barboza, The New York Times | Tuesday February 1, 2011
    In another era, China's leaders might have been content to let discussion of the protests in Egypt float around among private citizens, then fizzle out. But challenges in recent years to authoritarian governments around the globe and violent uprisings in parts of China itself have made Chinese officials increasingly wary of leaving such talk unchec...
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