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At the Los Angeles Review of Books blog, Rebecka Eriksson discusses Xi Jinping’s “peculiar” references to the May Fourth
The Wall Street Journal reports that Chinese director Ning Hao responded defensively to an outspoken critic of China’s film censorship,
April 25, 2014 2:42 PM
In recent years, many individuals who contributed to the systematic abuses of the Cultural Revolution have offered public apologies. The Chinese
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