In August, Matters News published an interview with CDT founder and Editor-in-Chief Xiao Qiang. The interview, by freelance writer Xiran, examines the events and motivations that led Xiao to become a human rights activist and...
by Scott Greene | Jun 26, 2013
While Taiwan’s ruling Kuomintang (KMT) declined to meet with blind activist Chen Guangcheng, the head of the pro-independence Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) welcomed Chen on Wednesday and praised his perseverance as a...
by Scott Greene | Nov 5, 2012
With both China and United States set to decide their top leadership this week, albeit in very different ways, NPR’s Louisa Lim moderated a debate in Hong Kong over the differences between the Chinese and American systems...
by Samuel Wade | Oct 15, 2011
As reported on Monday, the Jiangsu village of Huaxi recently unveiled a 328-metre skyscraper, crowned with a golden disco ball and housing a one-ton solid gold ox. The Guardian has now published a video report on the village and...
by Xiao Qiang | Apr 13, 2009
From the Financial Times: China faces huge uncertainty, not least how to cope with an America less able to consume its goods, but the country, and its principal commercial city, are hugely ambitious. Shanghai wants to become a...
by Sophie Beach | Aug 16, 2008
Bill Keller, executive editor of the New York Times, writes about the so-called Age of Authoritarianism, as evidenced by the Beijing Olympics and Russia’s actions in Georgia: If it is not yet an age, it is at least a...
by Xiao Qiang | May 19, 2007
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