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The South China Morning Post reports that writer and columnist Cao Baoyin was detained by police in Nanjing on Tuesday. Cao, a vocal proponent of
Amid China’s ongoing crackdown on terrorism, which has been focused largely on members of the predominately Muslim Uyghur minority
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Caroline Alphonso and Karen Howlett at The Globe and Mail report that the Toronto District School Board’s newly-minted Confucius
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