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As of August 29, the following search terms were blocked on Sina Weibo (not including the “search...
by Samuel Wade | Aug 21, 2014
At The Wall Street Journal, Lingling Wei and Bob Davis provide a lengthy overview of China’s...
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by Samuel Wade | Jun 18, 2014
New Citizens’ Movement activists Liu Ping and Wei Zhongping were each sentenced to six and a...
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