At the Guardian, Sue Anne Tay outlines the situation of many aging Shanghai residents who, after...
by Samuel Wade | Mar 31, 2013
In nearly 9,000 words at The Globe and Mail, Mark MacKinnon recounts his recent 22-day train journey around China, loosely following the course of Mao’s Long March. He met officials and protesters, nailhouse residents and...
by Sophie Beach | Sep 8, 2011
Caixin has posted a slideshow of a husband and wife who refused to relocate from their apartment to make way for a demolition crew in Guangzhou. See the photos here: In Guangzhou’s Yuexiu district lie the remains of what...
by Xiao Qiang | Aug 24, 2010
The following story was reported by the Southern Weekend this March, translated by CDT: According to the Qianlong network, an elementary school teacher in Ninghe county, Tianjin, had her classes suspended after refusing to...
by Michael Zhao | Nov 8, 2007
A commentary translated by CDT from Southern Metropolis Daily: There have been many “nailhouses” making headlines in China lately. But this one is different, and it seems to defy any power in Shenzhen, including the...
by Sophie Beach | Apr 30, 2007
by Sophie Beach | Apr 22, 2007
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