About Author

Daniel K. Gardner is the Dwight W. Morrow Professor of Chinese History and Director of the Program in East Asian Studies at Smith College.  He has written extensively on the cultural and intellectual history of China through the 20th century and is now completing an introduction to Confucianism for Oxford University Press.  Having spent last summer doing field research at an environmental NGO in Beijing, he has developed an interest in the environmental issues facing China today–and how they are to be understood in the context of rapid social, political, cultural, and social change.

He has contributed articles to the International Herald Tribune, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Christian Science Monitor, and Huffington Post.


§ One Response to About Author

  • Anonymous says:

    I enjoyed reading you article on buying a car in Beijing. I think that its far more convenient to take the subway or in extreme cases ride a bike. Excellent read!

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