June 9, 2014

From China, with Pragmatism

Stephen Asma, New York Times

The Associated Press

As an American Fulbright lecturer living in Beijing, I am regularly confronted with “lost in translation” ethical conversations. At a recent lunch with United States Embassy officers and local Chinese intellectuals, we had a complete cultural breakdown over red envelopes.

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