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August 26, 2014 3:30 PM
In the wake of a broad and sustained campaign against Western influence in education and beyond, China Media Project’s David Bandurski notes
Chinese historian Feng Xuerong recently posted a piece on Sina Weibo titled the “Five Great Jokes of Chinese History.” He ridiculed
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As student and pro-democracy protesters have been calling for Beijing to allow the citizen nomination of candidates in upcoming regional
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