Choking air pollution. Poisoned soil. Ghost cities. Yawning income gaps. The problems with China's breakneck economic growth are well documented. But what is less known is how the confluence of money and unchecked power helped exacerbate them. Michael Forsythe of the New York Times will examine the corruption that threatens to undermine the seven-decade rule of China's Communist Party.
Tuesday, September 26 at 5:30pm to 5:30pm