Vox Pop in China

In an editorial, the Washington Post asks who is really qualified to speak for the Chinese people:

…since so much policy is built on the views of the Chinese people, it’s worth asking: How do we know what they think? It’s hard enough to gauge national sentiment on complex topics in societies where people feel no compunction about expressing their views. In nations where freely expressing views can and often does land people in prison, it’s quite a bit harder.

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