Tianyu M. Fang

Tianyu M. Fang

Tianyu M. Fang is a freelance writer based in Boston and Beijing. He writes about politics, technology and culture.

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Opinion | Coronavirus and US-China tensions leave students abroad short on options

Uncertainty over universities’ response to Covid-19 and crumbling US-China relations have international students on both sides of the Pacific searching for answers. Educational institutions and governments must work together to find mutually beneficial solutions.

17 Jun 2020 - 6:12AM

Uncertainty over universities’ response to Covid-19 and crumbling US-China relations have international students on both sides of the Pacific searching for answers. Educational institutions and governments must work together to find mutually beneficial solutions.

Coronavirus and US-China tensions leave students abroad short on options
Opinion | As the coronavirus pandemic rages, Chinese returnees find a hostile welcome at home

Affected by campus shutdowns overseas, many of the 600,000-plus students are returning home because they have nowhere else to go. Yet, they and other returnees have been criticised on social media for bringing the virus back to China.

25 Mar 2020 - 9:00AM

Affected by campus shutdowns overseas, many of the 600,000-plus students are returning home because they have nowhere else to go. Yet, they and other returnees have been criticised on social media for bringing the virus back to China.

As the coronavirus pandemic rages, Chinese returnees find a hostile welcome at home
Opinion | To win US credibility, Huawei needs to be transparent and show that it is not China’s mini-me

As a global corporation, Huawei’s opacity about its ownership and governance is earning it discredit. Even its ferocious work ethic is coming under scrutiny as a ‘sacrifice’ its foreign rivals would not have allowed.

24 May 2019 - 12:10AM

As a global corporation, Huawei’s opacity about its ownership and governance is earning it discredit. Even its ferocious work ethic is coming under scrutiny as a ‘sacrifice’ its foreign rivals would not have allowed.

To win US credibility, Huawei needs to be transparent and show that it is not China’s mini-me