Covering China’s Power Change (A tongue-in-cheek look)

Isaac Stone Fish has a fun piece in Foreign Policy about the upcoming change in leadership in China.

Game Change: China Edition :What if American political reporters covered the Chinese horse race?

The bus, nicknamed the Panda Express, sat idled outside his villa in the seaside resort town of Beidaihe. The candidate had just been told that his opponent, Vice Premier Li Keqiang, planned to mention Xi’s daughter’s enrollment at Harvard University and his first wife’s penthouse condominium in London during the October Chairman Debates, ending the campaign’s unofficial moratorium on personal attacks.

Rest of story.

 

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