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Police have set up a blockade around the Guangdong village of Shangpu, just 100 kilometers away from Wukan, after residen
Following widespread protests in 2011 in Wukan, Guangdong over a government land-grab, the provincial government agreed t
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The Globe and Mail’s Mark MacKinnon checks in from Wukan, where the small village has struggled to deliver results
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