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In 2009, university-educated Huang Xingguo took a cashier job at a newly opened Walmart store in Changde, Hunan Province, where he quickly rose
At The World Post, China Labour Bulletin founder Han Dongfang discusses prospects for labor organization in China: […] Of course, the party
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The New Yorker’s Evan Osnos talks to artist Li Liao about his piece Consumption, currently on display in Beijing in an exhibition of 50 young,
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