Journalist Joanna Chiu Discusses Her New Book ‘China Unbound: A New World Disorder’
“Doggedly reported and fiercely argued”, according to Publishers Weekly, journalist Joanna Chiu’s book ‘China Unbound’ details China’s rapid international rise and the ways Western nations have contributed to a state of global disorder. Joanna has spent a decade tracking the political aspects of Beijing’s multi-billion-dollar “New Silk Road” global investment project and its growing sway over foreign countries and multilateral institutions. ‘China Unbound’ reveals how the CCP used Hong Kong as a testing ground for “United Front” foreign influence activities, and transports readers around the world, including to a frozen lake in Russia, underground churches in Beijing and exiled Uyghur communities in Turkey. Exposing Beijing’s high-tech surveillance and aggressive measures for control, the book asks: Can global leaders get smarter about China, or are we headed towards greater conflict while human rights abuses continue?