A pair of essays this week illustrates different parts of the spectrum of methods with which...
by Samuel Wade | Sep 7, 2018
Last weekend, Kunshan police issued a formal statement regarding the death of Liu Hailong, who got...
by Samuel Wade | Jul 26, 2018
At around 1pm on Thursday, an explosive device was detonated outside the U.S. embassy in Beijing....
by Josh Rudolph | Apr 17, 2017
The South China Morning Post’s Nectar Gan cites state media to report that Xinjiang...
by Josh Rudolph | Aug 15, 2016
While visiting the Tibetan Autonomous Region, Chinese People’s Political Consultative...
by Anne Henochowicz | Jul 14, 2016
Peking University is taking steps to prevent protests after the Hague’s decision in favor of...
by Josh Rudolph | Jul 29, 2014
Global Voices has translated an article from Hong Kong’s InMedia (獨立媒體) [Chinese] on the...
by Anne Henochowicz | May 8, 2014
On Tuesday, rights defense lawyer Pu Zhiqiang and other activists who attended a seminar on the...
by Anne Henochowicz | Nov 27, 2013
Residents of Huangdao, the district of Qingdao where an oil pipeline explosion last Friday has...
by Samuel Wade | Nov 16, 2013
On Friday, Beijing released the 20-page, 60-point ‘CCP Central Committee Resolution...
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