In China, the #metoo movement against sexual harassment and rape had a slow start, due to both...
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A "Christian theme park" in Hunan, the home province of Mao Zedong, is drawing intense criticism...
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At The Atlantic, Matt Schiavenza surveys the dynamic 60-year relationship between Beijing and...
by Scott Greene | Nov 5, 2012
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by Sophie Beach | Jun 24, 2011
As China's socialist past is being glorified by local officials , academics, and others throughout China, the New York Times Magazine visits Nanjie Village, known as the "reddest village in China": For 34 years, Wang has been...
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