Rubbish title for an interesting look at the way China's problems are viewed inside China, and the possible ways it might move forward. Includes the scary fact that, according to official statistics, there was a major riot in China every 2 minutes in 2010.
"... Yet although China’s footprint will become ever more important for the world, the drivers of its internal debates will be increasingly domestic. In the past, Europeans assumed that as China became wealthier and more developed, it would inevitably become more like us. This led to a lack of curiosity about the country’s internal debates and an attempt to divide its thinkers and officials into “reformers” who embrace western ideas and “conservatives” who want to return to the Maoist past. Europeans now need to change their mental map to deal with a China whose internal structure and structural relationship with the rest of the world have been turned on their head."