Feiwen Rong

Finding Steel Mouse

From movies, fashions to pop music, mainland Chinese have for decades taken cues from their more affluent and cosmopolitan Hong Kong cousins. A new editorial in the Asian Wall Street Journal suggested that the Chinese may now be able to copy another formerly unlikely trend in their fast changing society: civil liberty.

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Internet Dissidents?

Here’s another example of how internet not only serves as a prime stage for public discussion of sensitive topics in China, but also helped catch international media eyeballs, if not yet the tight-lipped Chinese ones. The New York Times reported that more than 100 prominent Chinese academics, lawyers and liberal thinkers made an online petition […]

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