Rebecca Liao is a corporate attorney and writer based in the Silicon Valley. She also contributes to The Atlantic, Dissent Magazine, The New Inquiry, the LA Review of Books, Tea Leaf Nation, San Francisco Chronicle and San Francisco Classical Voice. A graduate of Stanford University, where she studied Economics, and Harvard Law School, she loves watching friends make music and is active in the California Bay Area classical music scene. She tweets at @beccaliao.
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Edgar Degas’ The Rehearsal and Other Classroom Paintings
Some Closure on Jiang Zemin (Not That Kind): A Party Elder’s Death by Twitter
Thoughts on “Beginning of the Great Revival”
“On China,” by Henry Kissinger
The Chinese have a very dark sense of humor
Those Wise Restraints that Make Men Free: Legal Reform with Chinese Characteristics
TIME Magazine’s 100 most influential people: hire Mario Testino next time
What is happening at the Mariinsky?
Beijing Bob: Protester as Possum
Interview with Zoë Keating
Preview: Ai Weiwei’s Circle of Animals/Zodiac Heads
Yundi and Tchaikovsky, Blomstedt and Sibelius
New Tenants at the Arcades
Fetish and the Piano
Old First Concerts
The Death of Klinghoffer
Thoughts on Natalia Osipova in Giselle: Act II Grand Pas de Deux
The Diving Bell and the Butterfly