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Matters of taste

New York’s taste maker

One bright New York Saturday this April, leftover snow from the last nor’easter melting on the kerbs, I met Mimi Sheraton— doyenne, writer, restaurant critic for the New York Times between 1976 and 1983—for lunch. She was dressed in a chic charcoal sculptured jacket and her face glowed with curiosity. Even at the age of 92, her mind was as quick and iridescent as a hummingbird. She can remember every meal she has eaten since 1945.

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In Prospect’s June issue: Isabel Hilton, Rana Mitter, Kerry Brown and Yuan Ren debate the rise of China and what it means for the UK and the rest of the world. Hilton argues that China’s ideas could dominate the next century, just as American ideas dominated the last. Rana Mitter charts how those ideas have developed from Confucius to modern political theorist Wang Huning. Kerry Brown explores how Australia is dealing with the rise of China, by reimagining itself as an Asian country and drifting from the US. Yuan Ren asks whether China’s young people will forge a new path for the country in the coming decades. Elsewhere in the issue: Steve Bloomfield explores Jeremy Corbyn’s foreign policy, asking whether Britain would become a silent protester on the global sideline; Jonathan Liew asks if the World Cup has seen better days; Miranda France explores the life and meaning of Frida Kahlo, and Simon Jenkins says Trump’s charge through the China shop of world affairs is not all bad news.
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