The Scottish vote for independence coincided with events that struck at one of China’s most politically sensitive subjects: territorial integrity.
The Hong Kong Federation of Students led a weeklong boycott of classes. Their protest was yet another demonstration that Beijing’s role in screening candidates for Hong Kong’s chief executive is intolerable.
The phrase of the week, “exploratory error,” is what Chinese Social Sciences Net (sponsored by the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, CASS) determined was to blame for the famine and deaths that occurred during the Great Leap Forward.
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