"Over the past 12 months, China added more domestic credit than in 2009, when authorities engineered one of the greatest bouts of stimulus spending in history to rescue the economy as exports wilted during the global financial crisis," writes Andrew Browne. "The multiyear boom surpasses even America’s excesses in the run-up to that crisis, and the biggest question hanging over the economy is how it will end. Because end it must."
Opinion: A Chinese-American grapples with how to respond to an angry call on the streets of New York City that he ‘go back to China’
"You had on a nice raincoat. Your iPhone was a 6 Plus," writes Michael Luo. "You could have been a fellow parent in one of my daughters’ schools. You seemed, well, normal. But you had these feelings in you, and, the reality is, so do a lot of people in this country right now."
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