Juan Pablo Cardenal, author of China’s Silent Army, has just published his new book on China’s arrival in the West and can be bought from Amazon. The book is in Spanish (which is being translated into several other languages).
While China’s Silent Army touches on China’s hunt of natural resources in the developing world, the new book focuses on China’s acquisitions and investments in the Western world – and the impact of it in our governments and societies. Overall, during his 5-year research on China’s global reach, Juan Pablo has followed China’s footprint in over 40 countries.
Juan Pablo Cardenal
Juan Pablo Cardenal is a Spanish journalist that has been Asia-based since 2003, first as the Shanghai correspondent for Spain’s daily ‘El Mundo’ and later in Singapore and Beijing for Spain’s economic daily ‘El Economista’. During these years he has mainly covered China’s economic and social developments and has travelled extensively in the region. Since 2009 he has travelled to 40 countries in both the West and the developing world to look into how is China becoming a global power and the impact of it at local level. The result of such a field research materialized in the book ‘China’s Silent Army’, and in a current book (on China’s approach to the West) that is now in progress.