The BBC reports that three men allegedly armed with knives were shot dead and another woman...
by Sophie Beach | Feb 25, 2011
Author Wang Xiaofang has written a novel about corruption and the inner workings of Chinese bureaucracy that is not so loosely based on his experience working as secretary to Ma Xiangdong, deputy mayor of Shenyang who was...
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Liaoning residents carrying grievances may now file petitions via video conferencing. From Global Times: Residents in Liaoning Province who want to file a complaint or request on public security issues may do so remotely at...
by Xiao Qiang | Oct 9, 2009
Kuerbanjiang Saimaiti (库尔班江), 27, is a student in the Communication University of China (Thanks to Sunny for the correct translation) and a photographer for the Chinese Central Television (CCTV). He wrote the following post on...
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More on the “ant farmers” in Shenyang, who were hundreds of thousands of mostly poor workers and farmers, many of whom lost their life savings in a financial scam. News about the incident and subsequent protests has...
by Wu Nan | Nov 26, 2007
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Bracketed by stunning long shots taken from the front of a moving freight train, Wang Bing‘s epic, three-part documentary, Tie Xi Qu: West of Tracks,”
by Xiao Qiang | Apr 11, 2007
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