Award-winning writer and independent film producer David Bandurski is the editor of the China...
by Samuel Wade | Oct 13, 2013
The Party’s looming Third Plenum is expected to lay out a roadmap of the government’s...
by Scott Greene | Oct 16, 2011
When Canada’s securities watchdog suspended trading in the shares of Toronto-listed Chinese company Sino-Forest in August amid allegations that it exaggerated its land holdings and profits, it sparked a rout...
by Paulina Hartono | Jan 29, 2011
Legal expert Stanley Lubman weighs in on legal reform restricting housing demolition. From China Real Time Report: n October 2010, thugs hired by a demolition company to destroy a house forcefully entered it and brutally...
by Xiao Qiang | Jan 12, 2009
From the China Leadership Monitor: Thirty years after undergoing a major revolution that de-collectivized agriculture, China is facing another major change in rural life as commercial agriculture spreads and as peasants migrate...
by Sophie Beach | Oct 27, 2008
Danwei translates an interview with Yu Jianrong, director of the Rural Development Institute’s Social Issues Research Center at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, about the proposed reforms in land ownership: Yu spoke...
by Priscilla Jiao | Oct 19, 2008
China on Sunday finally issued the full text of the land reform plan approved on October 12. Xinhua reports: The Communist Party of China (CPC) issued a landmark policy document on Sunday to allow farmers to “lease their...
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