Frankie Huang was born in Beijing and raised in New Jersey. She currently lives in Shanghai, where she works as a strategist at Inner Chapter, an idea studio. Having lived all her life wedged between the proverbial East and West, she is interested in the ways globalization cross-pollinates cultures and leads to new growths. She writes on topics of Chinese diaspora, contemporary Chinese culture, and feminism. Follow her on Twitter @ourobororoboruo
Shadow banking, P2P lending, and pyramid schemes: Lucy Hornby on China’s gray economy
This week on Sinica, Kaiser speaks with Lucy Hornby, the deputy bureau chief of the Financial Times in Beijing and a veteran guest on the show. She has appeared on Sinica before to discuss professional representation for women in China, the last surviving comfort women in the country, and domestic environmental challenges. The two discuss shadow banking […]
A master monk practices tai chi in the Wudang Mountains (武当山 wǔ dāng shān) in the northwestern part of Hubei Province. The mountains, which are renowned for the practice of tai chi and Taoism, are an important destination for Taoist pilgrimages.