Castro’s Cuba and Mao’s China: Communist regimes that never saw eye to eye
"Havana and Beijing established diplomatic relations in 1960, but their opposing positions in the Cold War resulted in little substantive interaction between the countries for more than two decades, according to Chinese state media. Relations didn't fully resume until 1989, and Castro made his first and only state visit to China in 1995."
China in 2 minutes a day
More from SupChina
Our Podcast Sinica
Joanna Chiu of Agence France Presse and Lucy Hornby of the Financial Times discuss gender representation in China expertise; also, the public list of female China specialists they created to get more women quoted in the media and speaking on discussion panels.
Apr 27, 2017