Jan. 31, 2011 The New Yorker

On Jan. 31, 2011 The New Yorker’s James Surowiecki wrote “Don’t Enter The Dragon” about the risk of investing in China. “A lack of transparency and a disregard for accounting regulations are all too common among US listed Chinese firms…” Chinese firms may try a reverse merger by buying American companies listed on the stock exchange to avoid scrutiny by investors or regulators.

David E. Hoffman wrote “Going Viral” about the Pentagon’s efforts to deal with swine flu and other biological threats.

Patricia Marx wrote “The Borrowers” about how people live the illusion of affluence by renting expensive clothes or purses.

Elizabeth Kolbert wrote “America’s Top Parent” about tiger mothers driving their children to excel.

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