Politics has always been a game of high stakes in the
People’s Republic, ever since the era of Mao. And 35 years
after reform started, the stakes had never been higher,
according to Kerry Brown, Professor of Chinese Politics,
University of Sydney and former British diplomat, at an FCC
lunch on September 30.
Morgan’s iconic covers included his still famous image of Li Ka-shing as Superman.
Plan for huge building was presented with no prior discussion with the public, writes John Batten.
Do we really need yet another well-meaning essay about how free speech is a nice thing and we should all have it?
As you would expect there’s a healthy mix of Correspondents and Journalists as well as Diplomats and Associates – and all have interesting tales to tell – so if you see a new face at the bar, please make them feel welcome.