Last week, senior staff at the reformist journal Yanhuang Chunqiu were replaced by its supervising...
by Sophie Beach | Oct 28, 2014
The son of former party general secretary Hu Yaobang has taken over as publisher of liberal...
by Sophie Beach | Oct 16, 2009
The New York Times profiles Du Daozheng, the former high-ranking official who helped record Zhao Ziyang’s memoirs that were released in book form earlier this year: When a former aide of Mr. Zhao’s, Du Daozheng, disclosed...
by Sophie Beach | May 29, 2009
Two lengthy articles look at the legacy of June 4th by profiling the key players. A report in the Age gets the perspectives of several of the student leaders and Du Daozheng, a former official who recently played a major role in...
by Sophie Beach | May 20, 2009
Reuters is reporting that former official Du Daozheng has publicly announced that he played a major role in recording Zhao Ziyang’s recently released memoir: Du Daozheng, reformist chief of the General Administration of...
by Sophie Beach | Nov 19, 2008
Officials have targeted the magazine Yanhuang Chunqiu for its positive reporting on the late party secretary Zhao Ziyang, who is usually not permitted to be mentioned in the Chinese media. From The Age: An official from the...
by Jonathan Ansfield | May 26, 2007
In recent months, as the upcoming 17th Party Congress has occasioned heightened debate over democratic reform, the party journal Yanhuang Chunqiu has been running feisty articles by liberal geriatrics who advocate picking up the...
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