30 years ago when i was the beijing bureau chief i got a call that army troops were firing on crowds i jumped
30 years ago, when I was the @nytimes Beijing bureau chief, I got a call that Army troops were firing on crowds. I jumped on my bike and raced toward the gunfire. This is what unfolded that unforgettable night. My Sunday column, just posted:
by the way white house reporters something foreign correspondents in places like beijing and moscow have learn
BY THE WAY WHITE HOUSE REPORTERS: Something foreign correspondents in places like Beijing and Moscow have learned: Hang together, or else you'll hang separately. My peers supported me when I got expelled from China. That stuff matters.
on behalf of melania and i thank you for an unforgettableafternoon and eveningat theforbidden city in beijing
On behalf of Melania and I, THANK YOU for an unforgettable afternoon and evening at the Forbidden City in Beijing, President Xi and Madame Peng Liyuan. We are looking forward to rejoining you tomorrow morning!
unsure how to describe precisely whats happening in hong kong right now but fair to say this might be bigger t
Unsure how to describe precisely what’s happening in Hong Kong right now, but fair to say this might be bigger than anyone expected today. There’s a mood in the air, they are marching into the night, calling on the pro-BeijingChief Executive Carrie Lam to resign. #HongKong
the opposition smells blood in the water and is going for it beijing must be nervous carrie lams resignation w
The opposition smells blood in the water and is going for it. Beijing must be nervous. Carrie Lam’s resignation would focus attention again on how Hong Kong’s leader is chosen without free elections. Live video and updates: