At The Financial Times, Christian Shepherd reports the removal from teaching duties of Tsinghua...
by Samuel Wade | Jun 26, 2017
Chris Buckley and Austin Ramzy report on the hospitalization of imprisoned Nobel Peace Prize...
by Samuel Wade | Mar 17, 2017
On Wednesday, the National People’s Congress took a step towards the creation of China’s first...
by Samuel Wade | Mar 5, 2015
A recent flurry of translations at Fei Chang Dao tracks the development of China’s current...
by Cindy | Jan 30, 2015
Agence France-Presse reports that China’s Ministry of Education has unveiled new rules...
by Samuel Wade | Oct 29, 2014
On Tuesday, the Party Central Committee unveiled the fruit of its rule-of-law-themed Fourth Plenum meeting, the Decision Concerning Some Major Questions in Comprehensively Moving Governing the Country According to the Law...
by Samuel Wade | Sep 3, 2013
At The Atlantic, Joanna Chiu surveys the debate over whether the Party should be subordinate to...
by Sophie Beach | Feb 26, 2013
Ahead of the National People’s Congress annual session next month, during which Xi Jinping is expected to take over as state president, a group of 100 prominent intellectuals, journalists, and lawyers have penned an open...
by Samuel Wade | Dec 6, 2012
Liu Xia, wife of jailed Nobel Peace Prize laureate Liu Xiaobo, has given her first interview in 26 months, less than a week before the 2012 Nobel ceremony next Monday. Liu Xia has been under house arrest since the announcement...
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