Katharin Tai grew up in Germany and has since studied in China, France, and the United Kingdom. She graduated with a Master’s in International Relations and a focus on Chinese cyberdiplomacy from the University of Oxford and is now based in Taipei. As a journalist, she covers internet politics, international politics, and East Asia, and has published in a variety of publications, including Zeit Online, Der Spiegel Online, and The World of Chinese. Twitter: @Whitey_chan
The China Questions, with Jennifer Rudolph and Michael Szonyi
Two China historians discuss their new book: a collection of answers to many questions that ordinary people ask about China, written by the star team of scholars at the Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies at Harvard University.
Peking Opera actors perform at a temple fair in Lianhuachi Park in Beijing during the Spring Festival in 2010. Also called Lunar New Year, the holiday lasts for about two weeks, starting on the first day of the first month in the lunar calendar and concluding on the 15th day, the Lantern Festival.