Christopher Johnson

Based in Asia since 1987, Christopher Johnson (www.globalitemagazine.com) is author of Siamese Dreams, Kobe Blue and Freedom’s Rainbow.
Christopher Johnson
Based in Asia since 1987, Christopher Johnson (www.globalitemagazine.com) is author of Siamese Dreams, Kobe Blue and Freedom’s Rainbow.

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As Tennis Australia goes from strength to strength, playing standards continue to slip in poisonous environment

While the aggressive federation is making waves, the players are making headlines for all the wrong reasons

23 Jan 2019 - 11:28AM
As Tennis Australia goes from strength to strength, playing standards continue to slip in poisonous environment

While the aggressive federation is making waves, the players are making headlines for all the wrong reasons

Andy Murray: how the gawky, shy teenager battled to become one of the world’s best and a reluctant feminist icon

Scot could be set to retire at this year’s Australian Open

14 Jan 2019 - 4:20PM
Andy Murray: how the gawky, shy teenager battled to become one of the world’s best and a reluctant feminist icon

Scot could be set to retire at this year’s Australian Open

Opinion | Strongman leaders are on the rise. Blame it on the West’s moral cowardice

Double standards and hypocrisy have undercut the erstwhile moral authority of the West, leaving the door open for authoritarian rulers to strut on the world stage.

18 Dec 2018 - 7:58PM
Strongman leaders are on the rise. Blame it on the West’s moral cowardice

Double standards and hypocrisy have undercut the erstwhile moral authority of the West, leaving the door open for authoritarian rulers to strut on the world stage.

US Open: sexism against Serena – organisers and umpire Carlos Ramos owe Williams an apology for their double standards
Serena Williams v Li Na? A tale of two mothers as one focuses on winning Wimbledon and the other on family
Wimbledon star Claire Liu is new champion for Asian-Americans, even if her mother had never heard of All England Club
Could Wang Qiang be the next Li Na? Chinese star makes presence felt at French Open as she blasts into third round
Attacking Aung San Suu Kyi won’t save the Rohingya – she is still the best hope for Myanmar
The mantra of trade, not revolution
The domino effect of 'dragonomics'
'Red shirts' target the social chasm
A global slowdown will be good for the world
Introspective Japan's dangerous fault line
Triumphant Li Na spills a few family secrets on way to final
Role for Suu Kyi as a roving ambassador
In the court of a king
22 Oct 2006 - 12:00AM
In the court of a king
'Land of smiles' must deal with its dark side
Li gets going when going gets tough
Li rates success on tour above Beijing Olympics
Li sees silver lining after grand slam heartbreak
1.3 billion pairs of eyes trained on underdog Li
Bolster, don't bash, Japan's economy
Don't blame Kan for the nuclear crisis
High anxiety
6 Apr 2008 - 12:00AM
High anxiety
Kobe quake gave lessons for future, but many have gone unlearned
Myanmar's border towns gasp for economic life
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