Wen's Articles - A selection

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 Articles in contextChina (太平洋中国通 )

At contextChina, from 2012 to 2014, my writings included commentaries, news stories as well as Q&As. To check out, go to my author page there.

 Essay and speech with the American Humanist Association

"My Humanist Detour from China to the United States" was included in The Colors of Humanism, a special issue of Essays in the Philosophy of Humanism, Spring - Summer 2012.

"I do belong" was the speech I gave when I received with great honor the 2010 Humanist Pioneer Award at the Annual Conference of the American Humanist Association on June 4, 2010.

 Opinions in the Seattle Times

Silence in China again on 25th anniversary of Tiananmen    (June 3, 2014)

America vs. China looking more like a tortoise-and-hare race   (July 2, 2010)

Obama, our Confucian president, goes to China (Nov. 13, 2009)

Tiananmen 20 Years later: One Person's Appeasement, Dilemma and Hope (June 3, 2009)

China races into the future on a road with no name (Sept. 25, 2007)

Hu's visit confirms Washington's key role in U.S.-China relations (April 11, 2006)

Continue Colin Powell's pragmatic policy toward China (Dec. 15, 2004)

Redress for Tiananmen crackdown long overdue from Chinese leaders (June 14, 2004)

U.S.-China trade: There's more than meets the eye (Dec. 9, 2003)

China and SARS: the price of shame (May 2, 2003)

WTO Membership No Picnic For China (Nov. 16, 1999)

 Commentaries in Northwest Asian Weekly

A long look at Seattle's sister city Chongqing amidst the Bo Xilai scandal (May 12-18, 2012)

Ring in the rabbit: tiger can rest, parenting or governing (Feb. 19-25, 2011)

From mourning Mao to mourning the masses (June 14, 2008)

Tibet in my eyes may be different from yours (April 19, 2008)

A recall is a recall, Chinese or American, or not? (Dec. 29, 2007)

The human rights and "wrongs" of U.S., China (June 2, 2007)

Seattle vs. Shanghai: democracy means inefficiency? (March 10, 2007)