Mar 5, 2012


The Economist has blogs on several themes and prides itself on giving them highly apt names (such as "Banyan" for Asia or "Johnson" for language). Their most recent blog is China-centric.

A couple of months ago, the newspaper ran an article calling on its readers to suggest names. A popular choice was the name "X", as were words invoking cliches such as dragons and the Great Wall. Eventually, "Analects" was chosen.

"Analects" is a collection of thoughts by "X" (the same person mentioned before). Who is X?

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This day last year: Q.156


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