Biography of the Author Xiao Geng

Xiao Geng

Contributor to CNA, Asia's leading English-language news platform.

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  1. FILE PHOTO: FILE PHOTO: People wear protective face masks, following an outbreak of the novel coron

    Commentary: China more focused on getting rich than it is in stoking US rivalry

    Chinese policymakers are less afraid of economic decoupling from the US than many assume, say Andrew Sheng and Xiao Geng.
  2. Inauguration China Analysis

    Commentary: To its own detriment, the US still doesn’t understand China

    Biden plans to build a concert of democracies to contain China, but this will leave everyone worse off, say Andrew Sheng and Xiao Geng.
  3. Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden meets China's now president, Xi Jinping, in Los

    Commentary: New US-China relations has to combine competition with cooperation

    Presidents Joe Biden and Xi Jinping, both chastened by four years of Trumpian disruption, have a real chance to reverse the course of bilateral ...
  4. China US

    Commentary: For China and the US, race to net-zero emissions doesn’t have to be cut-throat competition

    Climate action has become yet another front in the competition between the world's two largest economies, say observers.
  5. Xi Jinping and Joe Biden

    Commentary: After years of demonising China, the US has to start an honest dialogue

    Biden’s presidency offers a chance to change the tone and approach in dealing with China, which will not be cowed by threats, say two observers.
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    Commentary: This young, successful city marks a new era of how China does business

    Shenzhen will become a testbed for Beijing’s new economic reforms, say Andrew Sheng and Xiao Geng.
  7. FILE PHOTO: Officials and delegates attend the opening session of NPC in Beijing

    Commentary: Is China turning inwards?

    China strengthening its internal market does not mean destroying external trade, rather external exchanges will be expanded and deepened in ways ...
  8. Travellers are seen at the Shenzhen Baoan International Airport in Shenzhen

    Commentary: We must follow COVID-19 rules set by governments

    The social costs of inadequate rules and enforcement in some countries are spilling over to those with well-functioning institutions, say Andrew ...
  9. A pro-China protester holds an effigy of US President Donald Trump outside the US consulate in Hong

    Commentary: Global trade, investments could be weakened by growing focus on national security

    The Sino-American rivalry has reached the point where economics is at risk of being hostage to geopolitics, say Andrew Sheng and Xiao Geng.
  10. US President Donald Trump is accompanied by US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo (left) and then

    Commentary: Is Trump the only reason for the great American foreign policy muddle?

    US President Donald Trump’s temperamental and transactional approach to foreign affairs makes him anything but rational, say Andrew Sheng and Xiao ...