The latest issue of the China Review came out this week, and was predictably packed with Olympic-centric articles. One quote particularly caught Bob’s eye and had to be included here:
“Being pragmatic, people inside and outside China should look past the temporary politics, and celebrate this event as a key moment in the encounter and dialogue between the rest of the world and China. And for the best dialogues, sometimes some uncomfortable things need to be said, and learned.”
It says a lot…
This was taken from a paper by Kelly Brown called Olympic Hurdles, first presented at the University of Greenwich Business School Olympic Legacy Conference in May.
Read/download this Quarter’s China Review here. It also includes articles about the PR dilemma for the CCP surrounding the Games and the measures that Beijingers are going to, to be good hosts.