Hu Shuli

Hu Shuli is editor-in-chief of Caixin Media Company, editor-in-chief of the weekly magazine Century Weekly, executive editor-in-chief of the monthly journal China Reform and dean of the School of Communication and Design at Sun Yat-sen University. She founded CAIJING magazine, a business and finance review, in 1998.
Hu Shuli
Hu Shuli is editor-in-chief of Caixin Media Company, editor-in-chief of the weekly magazine Century Weekly, executive editor-in-chief of the monthly journal China Reform and dean of the School of Communication and Design at Sun Yat-sen University. She founded CAIJING magazine, a business and finance review, in 1998.

Latest from Hu Shuli

What China must do to meet the challenge of a US interest rate rise
To spur real change, China must unleash the power of its 'reform advocates'
A new framework for relations across the Taiwan Strait is vital for peace
How China can avoid the middle-income trap
'Mad bull' stock market will do more harm than good to China's economy
Inefficient officials must be weeded out to keep China's anti-corruption campaign on track
China must not backtrack on capital account liberalisation
New rules to prevent meddling by officials are a big step forward for China's rule of law
Opinion | China-led infrastructure bank must live up to its pledge of 'clean and green' operation

Tuesday was the deadline for application to become a founding member of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank. Now, all eyes are focused on how the bank will be run.

27 Apr 2015 - 4:12PM

Tuesday was the deadline for application to become a founding member of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank. Now, all eyes are focused on how the bank will be run.

China-led infrastructure bank must live up to its pledge of 'clean and green' operation
How China's 13th five-year plan can make consumption a real driver of growth
A place for bold media as China enters its new normal
China's resolve to fight corruption can no longer be doubted
Fears of an economic slowdown must not stop China tackling overcapacity
China needs a rules-based business environment so entrepreneurs can thrive
For a healthy and sustainable pension system, China must fill the funding gap
China must look beyond subsidies to improve the lot of its farmers
Tax changes should be enacted by law, through China's legislature
Debt-laden local governments must get back to the basics of budgeting
China must capitalise on the fall in oil prices to overhaul its energy sector
In 2015, reform will set the tone for the new normal in China
China's crazy bull market needs to be tamed
Come 2015, Chinese leaders must be even bolder in launching key reforms
China's 'fox hunt' must do more than attack the symptoms of corruption
Opinion | Chinese companies must learn to price the risks accurately when 'going out'

Just as news of the abrupt cancellation of CRCC's contract in Mexico was beginning to die down, China's Silk Road project again turned the global spotlight on the nation's involvement in overseas development projects.

27 Nov 2014 - 4:09AM

Just as news of the abrupt cancellation of CRCC's contract in Mexico was beginning to die down, China's Silk Road project again turned the global spotlight on the nation's involvement in overseas development projects.

Chinese companies must learn to price the risks accurately when 'going out'
Opinion | Apec agreements help warm the world's most important bilateral relationship

Unexpected twists in Sino-US relations were the highlight of last week's Apec summit in Beijing. Ties between the two nations warmed during the meeting as the two heads of state, Barack Obama and Xi Jinping, held candid talks.

20 Nov 2014 - 5:34AM

Unexpected twists in Sino-US relations were the highlight of last week's Apec summit in Beijing. Ties between the two nations warmed during the meeting as the two heads of state, Barack Obama and Xi Jinping, held candid talks.

Apec agreements help warm the world's most important bilateral relationship
Opinion | China must continue to open up to realise its Apec ambitions

Thirteen years after China first hosted the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum, the region's leaders were again gathered in the country.

13 Nov 2014 - 5:09AM

Thirteen years after China first hosted the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum, the region's leaders were again gathered in the country.

China must continue to open up to realise its Apec ambitions
Opinion | Modern fiscal system a prerequisite for a China based on rule of law

Changes to China's tax and fiscal framework have become the vanguard for the "deep and comprehensive" reforms the country has pledged in an effort to overhaul its economy and society.

6 Nov 2014 - 4:36AM

Changes to China's tax and fiscal framework have become the vanguard for the "deep and comprehensive" reforms the country has pledged in an effort to overhaul its economy and society.

Modern fiscal system a prerequisite for a China based on rule of law
Opinion | Party leaders' call to honour the spirit of China's constitution raises hope for change

The Communist Party's fourth plenum last week did not end with an announcement on a reshuffle in the People's Liberation Army. Instead, party leaders adopted a decision on the "major issues concerning comprehensively advancing the rule of law".

30 Oct 2014 - 3:55AM

The Communist Party's fourth plenum last week did not end with an announcement on a reshuffle in the People's Liberation Army. Instead, party leaders adopted a decision on the "major issues concerning comprehensively advancing the rule of law".

Party leaders' call to honour the spirit of China's constitution raises hope for change
Opinion | Rule of law must be the foundation of Chinese governance

China's top leaders have been meeting this week on how to strengthen the rule of law. At the fourth plenum of the Communist Party's 18th Central Committee, the focus has been to improve the institutions that safeguard the abuse of power.

23 Oct 2014 - 5:26AM

China's top leaders have been meeting this week on how to strengthen the rule of law. At the fourth plenum of the Communist Party's 18th Central Committee, the focus has been to improve the institutions that safeguard the abuse of power.

Rule of law must be the foundation of Chinese governance
Opinion | Systemic overhaul of securities law can liberalise China's capital markets

China's securities law is to undergo a comprehensive revision - almost a decade after the last major overhaul. Public consultation is due to start in the first half of next year, following recent comments from officials, scholars and market participants.

16 Oct 2014 - 4:18AM

China's securities law is to undergo a comprehensive revision - almost a decade after the last major overhaul. Public consultation is due to start in the first half of next year, following recent comments from officials, scholars and market participants.

Systemic overhaul of securities law can liberalise China's capital markets