Photographer Laurent Zyblerman and writer Eric Meyer were two of the first Western journalists...
by Liu Yong | Jun 5, 2009
From New York Times: A group of prominent Chinese lawyers and legal scholars have released a research report arguing that the Tibetan riots and protests of March 2008 were rooted in legitimate grievances brought about by failed...
by Xiao Qiang | May 26, 2009
Austin Ramzy reports from Beijing, for Time Magazine: A new report from a group of Chinese scholars has for the first time challenged China’s official explanation that the deadly riots that broke out across Tibet in March,...
by Xiao Qiang | May 20, 2009
From foolsmountain blog: Chinese think-tank (公盟法律研究中心/Beijing Gongmeng Consulting Co., Ltd. ) established by Beijing University law professors, and joined by several Beijing economics professors. Following the unrest and...
by dwang | Nov 4, 2008
The political fallout from the March anti-Chinese Tibetan unrest continues. Jigme, a Tibetan monk who was taken into police custody on suspicion of involvement in the Lhasa riots, has been in hiding since speaking out on the...
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