China's economy is poised to gobble us all up unless we act smart and act fast. News Tribune reporter Rob Carson and photographer Dean Koepfler spent two weeks in China this summer to assess Washington's chances of catching a ride on the China Express.
According to Dan Jaffe, we’re not only wearing exports from China, we’re breathing them.
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SHUNDE, China – The Washington state trade delegation is making all the right moves.
Capt. Jimmy Chen likes to keep a low profile.
Fifty-eight years ago, Sidney Rittenberg was an idealistic young communist, dodging American bombs dropped on Mao Zedong’s revolutionary headquarters.
SHANGHAI, China – In the heart of Shanghai’s flashy Pudong District, Washington Lt. Gov. Brad Owen stands at the base of the Jin Mao Tower and looks up.
Lily Lu was born in 1976, the year Chairman Mao Zedong died.
Irl Davis gets so excited talking about the new global economy he’s like a revivalist preacher, all words and waving arms.
Christine Gregoire is not the first Washington governor to visit China. But when she and her 55-person trade delegation arrive there Thursday, they will carry with them a sense of urgency not borne by previous administrations.
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