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Kin-ming Liu

Hong Kong

Former Washington-based columnist for The Hong Kong Standard, The New York Sun, and Insight on the News, an online weekly published by The Washington Times. Covered economic and political relations between the United States and East Asia, with an emphasis on China, Taiwan and Hong Kong. Former chairman of the Hong Kong Journalists' Association. Currently a business executive at a Chinese-language newspaper in Hong Kong. Close.

Kin-ming Liu

Hong Kong

Former Washington-based columnist for The Hong Kong Standard, The New York Sun, and Insight on the News, an online weekly published by The Washington Times. more »

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My Vote on Intellectuals

The Current Discussion: The American magazine Foreign Policy and British magazine Prospect have published a joint list of the world's Top 100 Public Intellectuals. The list includes several PostGlobal panelists. Who's missing from the list? Who would you take off?

Five influential public intellectuals I have voted for: Anne Applebaum, Christopher Hitchens, Robert Kagan, Bernard Lewis and Bjørn Lomborg.

Five people I would add to the list: John Bolton, William Kristol, Simon Leys, Joshua Muravchik and Norman Podhoretz.

Five people I would take off the list: Daniel Barenboim, Pope Benedict XVI, Al Gore, Lee Kuan Yew and David Petraeus.

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