Student Activists and China’s Evolving Labor Movement...

Labor activist Shen Mengyu has been forcibly detained by authorities in Guangdong after supporting factory workers at Jasic Technology in setting up an independent workers’...

Anger Grows over Google’s China Plans

Following a leak that revealed plans by Google to reenter China with a censored search engine, more than 1,000 company staff members have signed a petition protesting the move. Kate...

Jichang Lulu, Martin Hála: New Comintern for New Era...

As part of their continued investigations into Chinese government influence over foreign governments and global institutions, Project Sinopsis’ Martin Hála, and Jichang...

Crime of the Week: Illegal Dedication of Flowers

The Word of the Week comes from the Grass-Mud Horse Lexicon, a glossary of terms created by Chinese netizens and encountered in online political discussions. These are...

Mosque Demolition Protest Ends with Compromise

Thousands of Hui Muslims gathered at the Weizhou Grand Mosque in Ningxia last week in an attempt to stall government plans to demolish the newly built structure. The forced demolition
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Beijing, CEFC, and the Czech Republic

As trade tensions escalate between China and the U.S., Beijing is increasingly looking to Europe for trade deals, and is currently investing nine times there what it invests in the...