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Veteran Journalist Xiao Shu Detained in Beijing

The South China Morning Post reports that writer and veteran journalist Chen Min (pen name Xiao Shu) was detained on Friday amid a campaign for the release of detained lawyer and fellow New Citizens’ Movement activist Xu...

The Death of a News Censor

David Bandurski rounds up journalists’ tributes to Southern Weekly’s former “news examiner” Zeng Li, whose blogging played an important role in January’s uproar over heavy-handed censorship by...

Hu Chunhua: Heading to the Top via Guangdong?

As low-profile as he is, Hu Chunhua, the new Party boss of Guangdong Province, has nonetheless attracted curiosity over his policies, which could make or break his fortune as one of the Party’s sixth generation leaders....

“Little Hu” Thrown into the Guangdong Fire

Mimi Lau of the South China Morning Post reports that despite his reformist credentials, new Guangdong party chief Hu Chunhua has held his cards close to the vest while navigating a series of early tests: His low-profile, opaque...

Why Southern Weekly?

Former managing editor Qian Gang looks back on the Southern Weekly incident and the factors behind it, retracing the Guangdong newspaper’s difficult past and examining why its New Year’s greeting has long-rankled...

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