A pair of essays this week illustrates different parts of the spectrum of methods with which...
by Josh Rudolph | Jun 20, 2018
Beijing-based women’s rights activist Xiao Meili recently introduced her friend Ma Hu with the first two parts of a three-part profile. Part one told the story of Ma Hu’s childhood, and how she dealt with her gender and sexual...
by Samuel Wade | May 5, 2016
Three years after China’s first mental health law took effect, Chinese Human Rights Defenders...
by Sophie Beach | Dec 22, 2015
For Foreign Policy, Christina Larson looks at efforts within China’s mental health sector to...
by Josh Rudolph | Jun 18, 2014
The following censorship instructions, issued to the media by government authorities, have been...
by Samuel Wade | May 25, 2014
China’s new mental health law, for all its faults, has substantially addressed the problem...
by Samuel Wade | May 20, 2014
As China faces a surge in dementia cases with weakened social support systems and only 300...
by Samuel Wade | Jan 17, 2014
The Wall Street Journal’s Andrew Browne examines the situation of China’s...
by Samuel Wade | Jan 6, 2014
The Associated Press reports that the man arrested for an arson attack on the Chinese consulate in...
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