Peter Kwong

Peter Kwong, a professor of Asian American studies at Hunter College, is
co-author of Chinese America: The Untold Story of America's Oldest New

Why China’s Corruption Won’t Stop

Why China’s Corruption Won’t Stop Why China’s Corruption Won’t Stop

The Communist Party is failing to heed demands for political reform.

Apr 3, 2013 / Feature / Peter Kwong

China’s Shaky Leadership Transition China’s Shaky Leadership Transition

It’s taking place amid deep intraparty divisions and growing public anger over corruption.

Oct 31, 2012 / Feature / Peter Kwong

China’s Neoliberal Dynasty China’s Neoliberal Dynasty

As China's economy surges forward, so does the pileup of social contradictions: pollution, migration, crime and family dysfunction.

Sep 14, 2006 / Feature / Peter Kwong

Hu’s ‘State Visit’ Hu’s ‘State Visit’

The visit of Chinese President Hu Jintao underscores the deteriorating US-China relationship, yet the Bush Administration is making matters worse with diplomatic insults to the Ch...

Apr 13, 2006 / Editorial / Peter Kwong

The China Syndrome The China Syndrome

Like it or not, America has been able to achieve and maintain its supremacy as a global power because of its capacity to absorb the best from the rest of the world. This dependenc...

Mar 28, 2002 / Books & the Arts / Peter Kwong and Dusanka Miscevic

Bush’s China Opening Bush’s China Opening

In the wake of the terrorist attacks on September 11, China has undergone a dramatic makeover: from the most outspoken adversary of the United States to a highly appreciated ally...

Feb 14, 2002 / Editorial / Peter Kwong and Dusanka Miscevic