A Conversation with the SCMP Editor

Nowhere are the intrigues of the Communist Party followed more closely than in Hong Kong, a city that is quickly becoming dependent on China. Recently, I met with the newly appointed editor in chief of the South China Morning Post, Wang Xiangwei, who, as the newspaper’s first-ever mainland head, underscores the changing face of Hong Kong. With his sonorous but distinctly Mandarin-inflected English, he provides an interesting perspective on the Middle Kingdom.

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