As part of a campaign to tighten ideological controls within universities, the Ministry of...
by Zhaohua Li | Dec 27, 2007
Hundreds of enraged students at Tianjin’s Nankai University recently battered the bejesus out of a black Buick sedan in an incident that suggests the oft-noted imperiousness of China’s new moneyed class is not just aggravating to those on the lowest rungs of the country’s economic ladder. According to a post on one of Nankai’s BBS […]
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