A wave of increased security measures continued this week with the introduction of armed...
by Liu Yong | Jul 23, 2008
From Xinhua: Ma Ningyu stood on the podium and spoke with confidence on his ideas about how to better serve the public in his district. He is speaking off the cuff to convince a panel of judges about his political ideas in a few...
by Paulina Hartono | Dec 25, 2007
From Danwei blog: For the last seven years, commuters on their way to work in Guiyang have found it hard to buy a morning paper. As part of a campaign to clean up the city’s roadways, the capital of Guizhou Province cleared its sidewalks in 2001 and has kept them free of vendors’ stalls, including […]
by Sophie Beach | Jul 13, 2006
From the Washington Post: Hundreds of Chinese attacked police and smashed up squad cars after a migrant was apparently beaten up for refusing to pay for a resident’s permit, a newspaper reported on Thursday. The riot in Guiyang, capital of the southwestern province of Guizhou, was the latest eruption of unrest the Communist Party fears […]
by Michael Zhao | Jul 12, 2006
From Guizhou Metro Daily, translated by CDT: Hundreds of people smashed police cars in Guiyang at midnight of July 10, after para-policemen beat up a newly arrived migrant worker Mr. Guo, who refused to pay for a temporary residency book. The incident happened around 9pm July 10 near a bath house at Luchongguan Road in […]
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