← "Swanning about" | Return to Main Page | "Mark Steyn and Hugh Hewitt talk China" → | TrackBack (2)
September 16, 2005
Daily linklets 16th September
May your mid-autumn festival be full of mooncakes.
TrackBack URL for this entry:
Send a manual trackback ping to this post.
Koizumi's post-election China policy?
Excerpt: Simon links to an interesting article by an Asahi senior correspondent who's now a visiting scholar at the Brookings Insti...
Weblog: The White Peril ç™½ç¦
Tracked: September 16, 2005 09:33 PM
Should Prime Minister Koizumi send China a thank-you note?
Excerpt: Japanese journalist Yoichi Funabashi (h/t Simon) provocatively writes that Prime Minister Koizumi’s resounding victory in Japan’s September 11 poll may be less a case of successful political rebranding of the LDP as a “reform party...
Weblog: matthewstinson.net » blog
Tracked: September 19, 2005 12:20 AM
I really ''identify'' with what that blogger pointed out in his account of the NYT interview. I just want to summarize and go over the interview process. Basically, journalists don't just call you up to hound you into giving answers you don't want to give. It's usually a conversation, from what I can see.posted by: doug crets on 09.16.05 at 03:45 PM [permalink]
Fair point, Doug. But that blogger felt he'd been boxed into a corner and was subtly moved into becoming the reporter's mouthpiece. It's like lawyers: they don't ask questions without knowing the answers.posted by: Simon on 09.16.05 at 04:05 PM [permalink]
Thanks for the kind comments. The reason why the RSS feed doesn't work is that I am now blocked in China, and have to go through a cumbersome proxy kind of procedure to post articles.. Updating the RSS feed is even more difficult.posted by: Running Dog on 09.17.05 at 12:33 AM [permalink]