CET 30th Anniversary Podcast: A Conversation with Paul Mooney
This is the fourth episode in CET’s “A Bridge to China” series commemorating the 30th anniversary of CET Academic Programs in China. In this series of half-hour recordings, we reflect on CET’s role in the education of a generation of students who would go on to observe, document and drive China’s astonishing record of modernization from the 1980s to the present date. The series features conversations with China journalists, scholars and experts looking back on the last three decades of reform and opening up, and discussing the future importance of overseas study in China.In the studio with David Moser this week is Paul Mooney, an American freelance journalist who has reported on China, Taiwan and Hong Kong since 1985. Paul has at various times worked for or been published in Newsweek, the Far Eastern Economic Review, Asiaweek, the International Herald Tribune, the South China Morning Post, the San Francisco Chronicle, Boston Globe, Washington Post, Asian Wall Street Journal, and many more. He is also the author of a dozen travel books covering different parts of Taiwan and China, and has lived in Beijing since 1994.