Simon Denyer

Bureau chiefChina


Pro-Beijing forces blame a Liberal Studies course for filling young minds with dangerous Western ideas.

  • Nov 21, 2014

The democracy camp fears retaliation from the establishment and a legacy of division after the protests end.

  • Nov 15, 2014

President Xi backs vision with tens of billions of dollars of investment, but may find money can't buy love.

  • Nov 11, 2014

Faced with government intransigence and ebbing support, demonstrators want an honorable way out.

  • Nov 11, 2014

A stiff, uncomfortable handshake marked the first official meeting between China’s Xi and Japan’s Abe.

  • Nov 10, 2014

Unable to clear the air completely for an important regional summit, China resorts to blocking the U.S. Embassy’s air quality readings.

  • Nov 10, 2014

The Chinese president’s entourage is accused of using a 2013 trip to Tanzania to smuggle out huge amounts of illegal ivory.

  • Nov 6, 2014

He was one of the most-wanted student leaders after the 1989 protests.

  • Nov 4, 2014

The double murders are already drawing comparisons to the Bret Easton Ellis novel “American Psycho,” about an investment banker who leads a double life as a serial killer.

  • Nov 3, 2014

  • Oct 31, 2014
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Simon Denyer is The Post’s bureau chief in China. He served previously as bureau chief in India and as a Reuters bureau chief in Washington, India and Pakistan/Afghanistan.

He is author of “Rogue Elephant - Harnessing the Power of India’s Unruly Democracy,” published by Bloomsbury in 2014, and co-editor of “Foreign Correspondent: Fifty Years of Reporting South Asia.” He has also worked as a print and television correspondent in Nairobi, New York and London, and has made frequent TV appearances in the United States, Britain and India.
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