Billionaire Guo Wengui, a real estate magnate with ties to the Ministry of State Security, has...
by Anne Henochowicz | Oct 24, 2013
Censorship Vault features previously untranslated censorship instructions from the archives of the...
by Samuel Wade | Aug 15, 2013
Asahi Shimbun’s Nozomi Hayashi reports that both supporters and critics of fallen Chongqing...
by Samuel Wade | Jul 24, 2013
Fallen Chongqing Party chief Bo Xilai was formally charged on Thursday, Xinhua reports: The indictment paper was delivered to the Jinan City Intermediate People’s Court on Thursday. Bo, as a civil servant, took the...
by Sophie Beach | Apr 17, 2013
The Atlantic’s Matt Schiavenza interviews Wenguang Huang, co-author of A Death in the Lucky Holiday Hotel about the downfall of former Chengdu Party chief Bo Xilai: One question while reading your book that struck me was...
by Samuel Wade | Mar 29, 2013
Just over a year after his attempt to seek shelter in the U.S. consulate in Chengdu triggered the fall of Chongqing Party head Bo Xilai, the city’s former police chief Wang Lijun is serving a 15-year sentence for...
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