This news article focuses on an event held by the Hinrich Foundation at the Hong Kong Maritime Museum on Sino-U.S. trade relations. It quotes Hinrich Foundation Founder and Chairman, Merle A. Hinrich, and Research Fellow, Stephen Olson. It was originally published by the South China Morning Post on December 17, 2018.

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View the full article: “Before the US-China trade war: how America wooed the Qing dynasty with ginseng and furs” by Stuart Heaver in the South China Morning Post.

Source: South China Morning Post