China’s aborted openness – Li Xiaorong

From The Daily Times:

China’s state-run Xinhua news agency recently reported on a government investigation into a string of forced sterilisations and abortions in the village of Linyi, Shandong province. The speed of the investigation ” said to have begun days after the kidnapping of Chen Guangcheng, a blind activist who had been a public advocate for the victims ” and the candour of the report created the impression of greater government responsiveness and bolder official media. Is this impression right?

See also “Blind China activist beaten up again” from Reuters.

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