Netizens recently noticed that since July, the Zhejiang Provincial Government Services website has been publicly posting “resolutions on administrative punishment” for individuals and organizations charged with...
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by Samuel Wade | Nov 5, 2014
At China Media Project, David Bandurski examines the career and colorful rhetoric of China’s...
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