For the last ten years, the University of Notre Dame has banned license holders from putting its logo on products made in China. Notre Dame received praise from Republican lawmaker Frank Wolf for its China boycott. But is it an ethical stance or simply China-bashing? After all, the school sells merchandise made in Vietnam, where labor conditions are equally suspect. Ironically, the same time Notre Dame is boycotting Chinese goods, they are expanding their presence in China. How can Notre Dame court Chinese students while at the same time insulting their country?