Bai Tongdong

Bai Tongdong

Bai Tongdong is a professor of philosophy at Fudan University in China and a global professor of law at NYU’s Law School 

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Opinion | For the coronavirus-stricken West, blaming China is a dangerous waste of time

Consigning the problem to ‘the other’ – China’s regime and culture – has just bred negligence and hubris in the West, which contributed to delays in containing the outbreak and wasted the precious head start China won with its draconian lockdowns.

9 Apr 2020 - 6:15AM

Consigning the problem to ‘the other’ – China’s regime and culture – has just bred negligence and hubris in the West, which contributed to delays in containing the outbreak and wasted the precious head start China won with its draconian lockdowns.

For the coronavirus-stricken West, blaming China is a dangerous waste of time
Opinion | For China, even a censored Google search engine would be better than Baidu

Even though Google would not offer the Chinese people unfettered access to information through its ‘Dragonfly’ search engine, it would still be better than the available alternatives.

15 Oct 2018 - 6:33AM

Even though Google would not offer the Chinese people unfettered access to information through its ‘Dragonfly’ search engine, it would still be better than the available alternatives.

For China, even a censored Google search engine would be better than Baidu