US President Donald Trump arrives at a White House news conference on Sunday. Photo: Bloomberg US President Donald Trump arrives at a White House news conference on Sunday. Photo: Bloomberg
US President Donald Trump arrives at a White House news conference on Sunday. Photo: Bloomberg
Anson Au
Opinion

Opinion

Anson Au

How the coronavirus will humble America and Donald Trump, and strengthen China’s position on the world stage

  • A few good things will come out of the pandemic. A Democrat may well be the next US president and end the trade war with China, which will be in a better position to bargain, having had a lead in tackling the virus and a head start in economic recovery

US President Donald Trump arrives at a White House news conference on Sunday. Photo: Bloomberg US President Donald Trump arrives at a White House news conference on Sunday. Photo: Bloomberg
US President Donald Trump arrives at a White House news conference on Sunday. Photo: Bloomberg
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Anson Au

Anson Au

Anson Au is a PhD candidate in sociology at the University of Toronto. Award-winning author of over 30 academic research articles, he is an expert in professions, organisations, and social and economic networks, particularly in East Asia. He has previously held visiting appointments at the National Sun Yat-Sen University in Taiwan, Seoul National University and Yonsei University in South Korea, Harbin Institute of Technology in China, and University of Malaya in Malaysia.