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About Kevin McGeary

Kevin McGeary is a copy-editor and writer based in Shenzhen, China. He also translates Chinese poems, stories and essays. He is a classical guitarist and writes and records songs in Mandarin.  

Articles by Kevin McGeary

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

Are public morals declining in China?

China has been soul searching after the release of video footage showing two van drivers running over the two year-old Yueyue and eighteen pedestrians nonchalantly leaving her for dead.

Chimerica: the rise of the wing nuts

Regardless of the differences between China and America, a parallel can be drawn between the two countries: the 'wing nuts' or aggressive xenophobes.

The negative side of positive thinking

The messianic nature of US presidential elections makes it unlikely that a winning candidate will promise anything but utopia. But reality can’t be bent at will.
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