The purpose of this blog is to record and spread ideas that I think are interesting about China. It has focused a lot on transport and energy because that’s where I work, but I am also looking to expand more into the area of Canada-China relations. I hope to see more article on that in 2016!

About Robert Earley

I’ve been in China since 2004, teaching English at Hunan University, studying Chinese in Beijing, working in a consultancy, Chinese and international environmental NGOs and now as COO of a startup company called MotionECO.  Since 2008, I’ve been working on policies and practices to reduce emissions from the transport sector.  I also want to explore more about the Canada-China relationship, specifically about what’s going on in China.  What do Canadians do in China?  What do we do well, and what can we do better?

Linkedin: https://cn.linkedin.com/in/robearley


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