China has become the largest trading partner for much of the world. Though, and perhaps because, China is in a position of economic power, income inequality and migration have become large problems for the country's new leadership to address.
Sheryl WuDunn and her husband, New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof, wrote "Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide," which advocates improving the conditions of women in order to improve the world. We talk with WuDunn.
China's President Hu Jintao arrived at Andrews Air Force Base Tuesday. The meeting comes at a time when the relationship between countries is strained and both presidents are suffering from a lack of faith in their leadershi
Rapid economic growth has forced adult Chinese children to abandon their hometowns to find jobs in other parts of the country. This cultural shift has led Chinese officials to consider a law that would require adult children to care for their parents.
The Takeaway is joined by spouses Nick Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn, two people who have given a lot of thought to cultural challenges around the world, including poverty, racism, and the systematic oppression of women.
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