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Philip Bowring

Columnist for the International Herald Tribune
Philip Bowring has been based in Asia for thirty eight years writing on financial and political issues. Since 1992 he has been an Opinion page columnist for the International Herald Tribune and South China Morning Post. He also contributes to other publications including the Wall Street Journal and to www.asiasentinel.com, a website of which he is a founder. For many years prior to 1992 he was with the weekly Far Eastern Economic Review, latterly as editor. He was also previously Southeast Asia correspondent of the Financial Times. Before moving to Asia he was a journalist for the Investors Chronicle in London and worked as a freelance in Africa and Australia. He has an MA from Cambridge University where he is a Fellow Commoner of St Catharine’s College. He is married to journalist and writer Claudia Mo and they have two adult sons. His hobby is competitive sailing.
Global Japan
NOV 24, 2011

Changing Balance of Power in Asia – Panel 2/2

The rise of China is undoubtedly one of the most remarkable aspects of recent history in Asia. With the consequent…

Global Japan
NOV 21, 2011

Changing Balance of Power in Asia – Panel 1/2

The rise of China is undoubtedly one of the most remarkable aspects of recent history in Asia. With the consequent…