At the beginning of this new millennium, China is at last emerging as an economic superpower. Its huge market is an irresistible magnet for foreign companies sometimes ready to look the other way in order to get their share of the cake.
China’s dive into modernity is brutal, full of contradictions and fascinating. It leads to a new model of society which may look like our western capitalist societies while retaining specific aspects of its culture.
China New Disorders takes a hard look at these mutations which, for the better and the worse, are modeling a new country.