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In recent years, many individuals who contributed to the systematic abuses of the Cultural Revolution have offered public apologies. The Chinese
39 years ago, after spending six years in prison, proud Communist Party member Zhang Zhixin (12/5/1930 – 4/4/1975) was executed
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At the New York Times’ Sinosphere blog, China correspondent Edward Wong reflects on his family’s memories of the Xinning Railway,
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