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April 16, 2014 4:48 PM
The Washington Post’s Fred Hiatt talks to rights lawyer Teng Biao about his political awakening, the New Citizens’ Movement, activist
Amid a renewed commitment to urbanization from China’s new leadership, a recent survey by Tsinghua University shows how much of China’s
October 30, 2013 3:52 PM
For Marketplace, Rob Schmitz tells the story of an elderly woman, Xie Guozhen, and her husband who were brutally kidnapped in Shanghai and held
October 16, 2013 10:48 PM
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- State Council May Clamp Down on Land Grabs
- How Far Can The CCP Push Reform?
- Wukan Official Resigns, Rips Village Leader
- “Honeymoon is Over” in Wukan
- China’s Land Seizures Drop
- One Year Later, Wukan Faces Same Challenges
- Wukan Villagers Protest Over Lack of Progress
- Quasi-Emperors and Displaced Villagers