[UNTITLED MATT SHEEHAN BOOK]

[UNTITLED MATT SHEEHAN BOOK]❮EPUB❯ ❂ [UNTITLED MATT SHEEHAN BOOK] ✽ Author Matt Sheehan – Bluevapours.co.uk A timely, contemporary examination of The Pacific Rim that offers a vital account of California s unique relationship with China through the exploits of the entrepreneurs, activists, and politicians d A timely, contemporary examination of The Pacific Rim that offers a vital account of California s unique relationship with China through the exploits of the entrepreneurs, activists, and politicians driving transformations with international implications Tensions between the world s superpowers are [UNTITLED MATT PDF/EPUB ² mounting in Washington DC and Beijing But between these hubs of high level politics, an entirely new reality is emerging China and the state of California maintain robust socio economic exchanges and interdependencies that reverberate across the globe, and these interactions make California a microcosm of the most important international relationship of the st century With affability and keen insight, journalist Matt Sheehan The Huffington Post s first China correspondent whose writing about China and California has appeared in Vice News, Foreign Policy, and The Atlantic chronicles the real people who are making these transpacific connections This book tells the story of a small town Southern Californian mayor who believes a Chinese electric bus factory will save his town from meth labs and skinheads It follows a star Chinese artificial intelligence researcher who leaves Google to create a Chinese startup that will challenge his former employer from behind the Great Firewall Explored through Sheehan s on the ground reporting, these narratives move from movie sets in the Hollywood of China to San Francisco housing projects, to Beijing startup incubators Each of these stories lays bare the new reality of st century superpower the closer these countries get to one another, the personal the frictions become.

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    [UNTITLED MATT SHEEHAN BOOK] eBook ê [UNTITLED MATT The Atlantic chronicles the real people who are making these transpacific connections This book tells the story of a small town Southern Californian mayor who believes a Chinese electric bus factory will save his town from meth labs and skinheads It follows a star Chinese artificial intelligence researcher who leaves Google to create a Chinese startup that will challenge his former employer from behind the Great Firewall Explored through Sheehan s on the ground reporting, these narratives move from movie sets in the Hollywood of China to San Francisco housing projects, to Beijing startup incubators Each of these stories lays bare the new reality of st century superpower the closer these countries get to one another, the personal the frictions become."/>
  • Kindle Edition
  • 240 pages
  • [UNTITLED MATT SHEEHAN BOOK]
  • Matt Sheehan
  • 28 September 2018

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  1. Richard Luk says:

    Vivid account of US Chinese synergy and rivalryA very interesting read The author has an intimate knowledge of California he lives in Palo Alto and of China in which he had spent years He is, therefore, in an excellent position to write about that interchange between the two places, which he calls the Trans Pacific Experiment The author writes about the interchange in four areas information technology, film making, housing, and immigration He gives an excellent account of the synergy Vivid account of US Chinese synergy and rivalryA very interesting read The author has an intimate knowledge of California he lives in Palo Alto and of China in which he had spent years He is, therefore, in an excellent position to write about that interchange between the two places, which he calls the Trans Pacific Experiment The author writes about the interchange in four areas information technology, film making, housing, and immigration He gives an excellent account of the synergy and rivalry between California and China in matters relating to IT, eg smartphone applications, artificial intelligence, etc His discussion of film making and housing in terms of investment provision also serves to open up new horizons for readers who are introduced to the subjects That said, I find the author s understanding of the generations of Chinese immigration to the US to be rather shallow As such, his discussion of this last subject gives a somewhat disappointing conclusion to his otherwise very well written book

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