Lin Zuluan

Wukan Official Resigns, Rips Village Leader

With some villagers in Wukan conceding that “the honeymoon is over” as their democratically elected leaders grapple with the challenge of resolving the grievances that sparked mass land grab protests late last year,...

After Voting, Can Wukan Claim Victory?

After electing a new village chief and one deputy on Saturday, voters in Wukan went back to the polls on Sunday to vote in run-off contests to choose a second deputy and fill the four remaining seats on a newly-created village...

All Eyes on Wukan as Polls Open (Updated)

Villagers in Wukan cast their votes Saturday to fill seats on a new village committee, only a few months after violent protests over corrupt land grabs and the death of a detained villager drove away local officials and yielded...

Wukan Tests Democracy With Historic Vote

Residents of Wukan, the village in Guangdong province which garnered global attention in connection with violent land grab demonstrations late last year, went to the polls Wednesday to select a committee to oversee the election...

Wukan Protest Leader Named Party Chief

Lin Zuluan (林祖銮), one of the leaders of land grab protests in Wukan late last year which boiled over after the death of a detained villager and ultimately led to the ousting of local authorities and concessions from provincial...



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