Liu Jianqiang is former Beijing editor of chinadialogue. Before joining chinadialogue, Liu was a senior investigative reporter with Southern Weekend, China's most influential investigative newspaper.
One Chinese villager's view of climate change
Going home to visit his parents in rural China, Liu Jianqiang did not expect to have a discussion about global warming. But his mother's memories, he found, painted an intimate portrait of a changing country – and a changing climate.
Planning failure in Xiamen
Southeast China residents who hoped to fend off the proposed PX plant in Xiamen will be disappointed, writes Liu Jianqiang. A long-awaited review merely exposes the weakness of environmental law in China.
The Three Gorges: a wiser approach
China’s central government recently warned of a potential ecological catastrophe caused by the huge Three Gorges dam, once hailed as the country’s greatest undertaking in 1,000 years. Liu Jianqiang reports on how views of the project have changed.
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Why 2013 was another year of disappointment for the environment in China
A year of continuing environmental degradation, together with a failure to hold derelict and neglectful officials to account has left chinadialogue's Beijing editor Liu Jianqiang disappointed