China Media Project translates an article from Shijiazhuang Daily about Zhang Chunxian (张春贤), who has recently been slated to replace Wang Lequan as Party Secretary of Xinjiang. Zhang has been called the “Internet...
by Liu Yong | Jan 3, 2010
From Reuters: China’s restless far western region of Xinjiang will have to wage a long-term struggle to contain separatist forces and maintain stability there, the region’s top leader was quoted as saying by state...
by Sophie Beach | Sep 6, 2009
Despite calls for him to resign following protests over random syringe attacks on residents, Xinjiang’s powerful Party secretary Wang Lequan remains in office, AP reports: Angry protesters poured into the streets of the...
by Sophie Beach | Aug 14, 2009
The repercussions of the violence in Urumqi last month continue to be felt far and wide, from the Internet to China’s political elite. Hackers on both sides of the issue have been battling online in the past few weeks,...
by Sophie Beach | Jul 11, 2009
The New York Times profiles Wang Lequan, the powerful Communist Party Secretary of Xinjiang: Mr. Wang, 64, the Communist Party secretary and absolute power in the northwestern region of Xinjiang, is largely unknown outside...
by Jenny Leung | Sep 18, 2008
From Reuters, Chris Buckley reports on the Chinese government’s crackdown of its Uighur minority group : China’s tense far-western region of Xinjiang will conduct a “re-education” drive against separatist...
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