Rights lawyer Xie Yang stood trial in Changsha on Monday, nearly two years after his detention in...
by Josh Rudolph | Feb 10, 2017
A “Christian theme park” in Hunan, the home province of Mao Zedong, is drawing intense...
by Samuel Wade | Nov 29, 2016
Last week, rights lawyer Jiang Tianyong went missing after traveling to Changsha to assist the...
by Samuel Wade | Oct 22, 2013
China Media Project’s David Bandurski translates a front-page editorial from...
by Scott Greene | Jul 25, 2013
The developer of a record-breaking skyscraper in Changsha is denying media reports that it had not received the necessary approvals to proceed with the project, according to the South China Morning Post: Broad Group spokeswoman...
by Anne Henochowicz | Sep 16, 2012
The Hong Kong paper Ming Pao reports on the ongoing anti-Japan demonstrations sweeping China: Strict Control Over Anti-Japanese Demonstrations: Public Employees Forbidden to Encourage or Take Part Ming Pao Newsflash: Numerous...
by Scott Greene | Aug 22, 2012
The Wall Street Journal reports that a number of Chinese cities have rolled out large stimulus measures intended to boost slumping growth: The city of Chongqing in China’s southwest called for investment of 1.5 trillion...
by Samuel Wade | Aug 2, 2011
While Chongqing’s surveillance program has stoked particular controversy due to the participation of Western technology firms, it is far from unique: more than ten million security cameras are estimated to have been...
by Samuel Wade | May 18, 2011
Caijing issues further warnings about electricity shortages around China, which have led to power rationing and stuttering production lines. Many measures have been applied to industries in Zhejiang Province as well. Some have...
by Sophie Beach | Sep 8, 2010
The New York Times reports from Changsha, the center of China’s growing green tech industry: The booming Chinese clean energy sector, now more than a million jobs strong, is quickly coming to dominate the production of...
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