Hong Kong’s government announced on Friday that September’s Legislative Council elections would be postponed for one year, confirming earlier reports and signals from establishment figures. The move was ostensibly...
by Samuel Wade | Jul 14, 2020
Tsinghua University has fired Xu Zhangrun, a law professor and outspoken critic of Xi Jinping’s leadership, who was released on Sunday after six days in detention. Xu was suspended from teaching duties in August 2018 after...
by Samuel Wade | Dec 26, 2019
Recent years have brought a succession of moves to tighten the reins on China’s education system. Authorities have sought to drive out “Western values” and cultivate a new focus on Xi Jinping’s signature...
by Samuel Wade | May 12, 2019
Last week brought the 100th anniversary of the start of the May Fourth movement, a pivotal moment...
by lisbeth | Oct 30, 2018
As the U.S. and China vie for technological superiority in fields like quantum physics, autonomous...
by Samuel Wade | Oct 29, 2018
Two weeks ago, CDT translated a deleted essay by Renmin University student Xiang Junwei describing...
by Samuel Wade | Oct 20, 2018
The addition of “Xi Jinping Thought on Socialism with Chinese Characteristics for a New...
by Samuel Wade | Jul 10, 2018
The following censorship instructions, issued to the media by government authorities, have been...
by Cindy | Jul 6, 2018
Financial Times’ Emily Feng reports that the University of Nottingham Ningbo—the first Sino-UK...
by Cindy | Dec 10, 2016
At a high-level meeting on ideological and political work in higher education this week, President...
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