A recent study published by a Harvard-China Project postdoc, Shaojie Song, on the chemistry of fine air particles contributing to severe air pollution episodes in China during winter, shows why we should be concerned about things that we cannot perceive.
This article by Chris P. Nielsen, China Project Executive Director, and Mun S. Ho, China Project Senior Economist, originally appeared in China US Focus on October 12, 2018.
Steven Goldstein, Sophia Smith Professor of Government, Emeritus at Smith College and Fairbank Center Associate, examines Taiwan’s reaction to increasing diplomatic pressure from Beijing, and the United States’ response to the decline in states who recognize the Republic of China’s sovereignty.
Joshua L. Freeman, Ph.D. Candidate in Inner Asian and Altaic Studies at Harvard University, introduces and presents a translation of Uyghur poet Perhat Tursun’s “Elegy.”
When the combination of a vehicle restriction policy in Beijing and the Chinese superstition about the number 4 led to just such a phenomenon, Harvard-China Project affiliate Professor Jing Cao and her fellow collaborators seized the opportunity to study the health effects of air pollution in Beijing.