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Word of the Week: National Treasure

Editor’s Note: The Word of the Week comes from China Digital Space’s Grass-Mud Horse Lexicon, a glossary of terms created by Chinese netizens and frequently encountered in online political discussions. These are the words of...

Records of “Drinking Tea”

In two posts at Seeing Red in China, Yaxue Cao presents an overview of over 30 accounts of “tea drinking”—interviews, typically conducted by State Security police or ‘guobao’ 国保—from the Chinese-language...

@StonyWang: Forced to Drink Jasmine Tea

Stony Wang is a blogger based in Shanghai. The following is a collection of his tweets from February 25, detailing his experience “drinking tea” after the calls for a Jasmine Revolution circulated in Chinese...

Chinese Police Admit Enormous Number of Spies

The Telegraph follows up on the Xinhua interview with a local police chief about the use of informants in police work: Experts said the number of spies in China’s major cities, such as Beijing and Shanghai, and in more...

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