Dialogue: Reporting the Chinese economic juggernaut and justice
The recipients of the 2006 Pulitzer Prize for international reporting were two correspondents for The New York Times, Joseph Kahn and Jim Yardley, who won for their series of articles on legal issues in China. While visiting New York in May for the awards ceremony, Kahn and Yardley, who are based in Beijing, took part in two roundtable discussions at the Times to talk about the series as well as about some of the rewards and challenges of covering China.
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