About

A curious glance from an old China hand or two as the country develops before our eyes.

11 responses to “About

  1. Hello,
    My name is Stephen Puschel, and I work for a newspaper called The Issue (www.TheIssue.com). I’m writing to inform you that The Issue is featuring one of your stories on our front page, in the headlines section.

    Sincerely,
    Stephen Puschel
    The Issue

    http://www.TheIssue.com

  2. Hi,your blog is a nice blog, I have a blog that introduce China too. I want to make friend link with you. I am looking forward to your reply. My blog: http://www.mysteriouschina.com

  3. Dominic Hewing

    Hi,

    Just wanted to say – what an excellent blog! Keep up the good work.

  4. Hello,

    We just wanted to stop by and let you know that we love the analysis on China Bystander – presenting the important events with a tone and perspective which is both engaging and illuminating. We also wanted to offer up a way for us to work together.

    C+E is way to give our readers informed access to ideas and cities across the world, while at the same time giving our family of contributors a far larger audience and an opportunity for them to make a little bit (but hopefully a lot!) more money from their content.

    We have spent months pouring over thousands upon thousands of blogs and sites and have decided to launch in 20 cities with a handful of blogs in each. We would love to work with you there in China and beyond. We would use the content you post up on your blog, so there’s no extra work for you at all. At the same time you would be credited for any content, which means extra traffic for China Bystander.

    We would have likes to send you our one-pager, but we couldn’t find your email address. Let us know if you’re up for getting involved, have any thoughts or questions and we’ll get back to you straight away.

    Luc Le Corre and Jean-Robert.

    p.s. really enjoyed the thoughts within ‘China’s Gilded Age’ post last week. Thanks for that.

  5. thanks for the mention today … happy to have you link to us often.

  6. Hi China Bystander,
    I run a free learning website called bizpanda.org and I recently added your
    link to my blogroll. I’m a long-time admirer of your blog. I would love it if you
    added my link http://bizpanda.org/ to your blog. I feel it would benefit
    visitors to your blog studying Chinese or doing business with China.

    Yours Sincerely,
    David Glynn

  7. Hi, Just came across your blog and wanted to express my interest for it. An extremely well done and up-to-date blog which will be a very good and constant source of information on China. I am currently a LSE-PKU Double Master student and am specializing on Sino-African investment relations (in particular on Chinese private enterprises investments in Africa). I am fascinated by the topic and will be writing about it in my blog every Saturday, I do hope to hear what you think about it and exchange ideas.
    Thanks for sharing all your knowledge,
    Roberta Cucchiaro

    • Thank you for your kind words. We appreciate you taking the time to let us know. China’s trade and investment with Africa is a fascinating subject and provides a good comparative case study for the so-called Washington and Beijing development aid models. Good luck with your studies, and with your blog. — CB.

  8. Sam

    Great blog! Can I reach you by email? Or just comment sections?

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